Personal data that is processed Codex collects personal information such as name, email and phone number, as well as IP-addresses and information regarding your use of the website including which subpages are visited, Browser settings etc. In addition to this we collect the information you give us in the contact form. Through our own and our collaborators' cookies, we gather information regarding your Internet use to recognize you on our own and other services.
We urge our users not to give sensitive personal information, for instance regarding health, religious beliefs, political convictions, sexual relations or those concerning criminal convictions and criminal offenses in our contact forms.
Codex collects information through forms on our websites and through website visits via cookies. Giving this information is voluntary. If you choose not to give personal information we may be prevented from providing you access to the product or service. You can control cookies through your Internet settings and other tools.
Examples of forms:
Codex sometimes assembles our collected information with information on the Internet and from our collaborators, to target our marketing.
We create profiles based on the information that is collected, to offer you the most relevant products and provide good customer service. The processing of your data is based on your consent.
Information collected through our forms on our websites and cookies, is stored in our own CRM-system and other systems of ours, as well as in our collaborators' systems, to fulfill the purpose of the collection.
We process the information until you give us notification that you wish we delete the information or yourself, or until we ourselves find it expedient. You can reach us at any time to demand yourself erased by contacting us at email@example.com or by calling +47 22 93 38 50.
Codex collects information solemnly for our own purposes. Personal information is not shared with outsiders, but Codex may use a subcontractor to deliver all or parts of the website. Codex also uses external, professional collaborators for marketing purposes such as Google, Facebook and LinkedIn. Such subcontractors and collaborators may process personal information on behalf of Codex. Subcontractors and collaborators sojourn in Norway, EU and other EU-approved countries and businesses where your rights are safeguarded.
You are entitled to know what personal information we have collected and how it is processed. You may also demand correction, deletion or limitations in the processing of your personal information according to the Norwegian Personal Data Act and EU GDPR. The processing of your personal information is based on your consent, which you can withdraw at any given moment. If you believe that Codex Oslo AS has acted in a manner which is in conflict with your rights according to the Personal Data Act, you have the right to file a complaint to the appropriate supervisory authority. This is done by sending a complaint to Datatilsynet, the contact information is available at www.datatilsynet.no.
Codex Advokat Oslo AS
Phone: +47 22 93 38 50
Codex Advokat Oslo AS
Pb. 8744 St. Olavs plass
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small computer file that is placed in your browser to keep oversight of what happens during your visit and to recognize your computer. A cookie is not a program and does not contain a virus. You can read more about cookies on this website: www.nettvett.no
Codex Advokat uses following cookies:
Google Tag Manager
This website uses Google Tag Manager, which utilizes cookies for controlling and implementation of script. Google Tag Manager is a service that allows our digital suppliers to organize script easily on our websites. For instance Google Analytics script is handled through Google Tag Manager.
Hubspot uses the following cookies (external website). When you visit our website, cookies will track you anonymously until you submit your contact information in one of our forms and give us your consent to indirect/direct marketing. The consent means that the information you provide can be linked to the information that previously has been anonymous about your use of our website. If you want more information about how this works, you can read more here (external website).