LoudLaw handles all data of clients and users of its online services with the highest level of care. As put forward by our Privacy Policy, personal data is always treated and protected carefully. LoudLaw undertakes to ensure that it and any third parties it is connected to always adhere to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The purposes for which LoudLaw processes your personal data can be read in our Privacy Policy, which you should consult for the most recent version of this information. If you do not think this information is acceptable, you are welcome to contact us at contact@loud-law.com. This Cookie Policy shall use the definitions as set out in the Privacy Policy.


1.     Security and processing of data

As indicated in our Privacy Policy, LoudLaw keeps a record of its website’s visitors. Unless explicitly stated otherwise, your information will not be provided to third parties. We use comprehensive security procedures to protect the data we process – for example, to prevent unauthorized access to the data.


2.     The use of cookies

LoudLaw uses cookies on the Website. A cookie is a small and simple file that can be stored on the hard drive of a computer. The cookies from LoudLaw are only temporary, not permanent. 

a. Functional cookies

LoudLaw uses a cookie to see whether a visitor to our website accepts the cookies on our website or not. This functional cookie registers your consent.

Futher, a “sessionID” is generated and is the only parameter stored in our servers. This is a session cookie that is generated when a user authorizes their login credentials. The main purpose of the cookie is to identify the type of user logged into our Website.

b. Analytics cookies

Analytics cookies are used by LoudLaw to collect information about how our members use the platform. For example, we can track how long members stay on certain webpages, and what parts of the platform or website they visit. We use the information gathered by analytics cookies in aggregated form, which means that the information cannot be traced to a single individual.

We use analytics cookies to ‘remember’ you and your preferences. These cookies ensure a consistent and efficient experience for visitors.

Our Website keeps track of visitor records and statistics, such as most visited pages. This allows LoudLaw to optimize the layout of the Website. To this end, we use Google Analytics and use this data to improve our website, compile statistics and measure the popularity of various aspects of our website. LoudLaw uses this data in an aggregated form and can therefore not be traced to a computer or individual. To prevent this, you can install the "Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on" to prevent our websites from informing Google Analytics about your visits. This cookie is owned by Google and will be deleted after a maximum of two years.

c. Third-party cookies

Certain features on our website are provided by a third party. We will always make you aware of this by clearly stating the name of the third party. Some of these features make use of their own cookies. The Calendly integration used on our Website makes use of its own cookies, and will ask you to accept these separately. These cookies are stored by Calendly and you are advised to inform yourself by reading their Privacy Policy.

You can set your browser to inform you as soon as you receive a cookie or to deactivate cookies. This might mean that our websites may not function optimally.

We give you the possibility to give your consent to the use of cookies when you first access the Website. If you, at a later point in time, wish to disable these cookies, you can follow the instructions below. You can also set your browser to notify you as soon as you receive a cookie or to deactivate cookies. In doing so, it is possible that our websites will not function optimally.

Here we offer some specific information about cookies for the most commonly used browsers, and more specifically, how to disable these:

Cookies and Internet Explorer, see: https://privacy.microsoft.com/en-us/privacystatement#maincookiessimilartechnologiesmodule

Cookies and Firefox, see: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences

Cookies and Google Chrome, see: https://policies.google.com/technologies/managing?hl=en

Cookies and Safari, see: https://www.apple.com/legal/privacy/en-ww/cookies/

Cookies and Opera, see: https://help.opera.com/en/latest/web-preferences/