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1. What are cookies?
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2. What is the legal basis for cookies?
Cookies are collated and processed on the basis of
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3. Which cookies does Moore Belgium Law collect and for what purpose?
Moore Belgium Law uses different cookies, classified according to their functionality. We only use these cookies for the purposes explained below and not for any other purposes that are incompatible with the original purpose. We have listed them in tables to provide maximum transparency with respect to the cookies we use.
However, despite all the precautions we have taken to create a complete list of cookies used, some cookies may be replaced by others that are not listed in the tables below. That is why this policy may occasionally be changed (see below).
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Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact Moore Law Belgium by sending an e-mail to DPO@moore.be.