Privacy Policy

Goldwater Dubé website does not place permanent cookies on the hard drives of visitors’ computers. No personal information is gathered unless you give prior consent. You cannot be identified personally by information transmitted automatically between computers. The information is collected because of the technical requirements for Internet navigation and is used for statistical purposes.

As soon as you access the website of Goldwater Dubé, the following information, which does not identify you personally, is exchanged between your computer and server for the site:

  • the Internet domain name and the IP address with which you accessed our site
  • the type of browser and operating system used to access our site
  • the pages you visited
  • the date and time of the visit
  • the address of the referring site, if you accessed the Tribunal’s site from another site

This exchange of information is necessary for the server to send you a file compatible with your computer equipment. This site stores the information so that it can keep track of the number of visitors, the pages most visited, the technology used by visitors to the site, the referring sites and users’ countries of origin.

If you decide to send us personal information — by email or by filling out a form — we will use only the information we require to answer and follow up on your request. Your information may also be stored on a database for the purposes of auditing usage on our website and meeting legal or other regulatory obligations imposed on us. Electronic messages are treated as confidentially as regular mail.

Occasionally we may use personal information to send you details of new services, legal updates, and invites to seminars and events, however, we will only do this where you consent to being contacted in this way.

If your personal information changes and you wish us to amend it please let us know by sending an email to the same email address and we will update our records.

In no case is any information you provide used to draw up user profiles or communicated to a private organization.