Cookies: A cookie is a small data file that is transferred to Your computer or mobile device when you browse the OALP website. It enables us to remember Your account log-in information, IP addresses, web traffic, number of times You visit, browser type and version, device details, date and time of visits.
DPO: Data Protection Officer
NDPR : Nigeria Data Protection Regulation
User or You or Your: means an individual who visits our website
3. Cookies we use and Purposes
3.1. Own cookies are those sent to the website visitor’s terminal from a computer or domain managed by OALP and from which the service requested by the website visitor is provided.
3.2. Session cookies. These are a type of cookie designed to collect and store information while the website visitor is accessing a website. These cookies are not stored on the User’s computer when the session expires, or the browser is closed.
3.3. Functional cookies. These are a type of cookie in which the data continues to be stored on the website visitor’s terminal and can be accessed and processed during a period defined by the controller of the cookie, which can range from a few minutes to several years. Functional cookies enable the website to function properly and are therefore necessary and not optional. However, the User can delete them at any time. Also, limiting their functions will depend on the browser used by the website visitor
3.4. Technical cookies are those that enable the website visitor to browse the Web page, platform and use the different options or service on it, e.g. to log into secure areas of our website, to access restricted web site areas, to make a subscription or an application to participate in an event, to use security elements during browsing, to store content to broadcast videos or sound or to share content over the social networks.
3.5. Personalisation cookies are those that enable the website visitor to access the service pursuant to certain general, pre-defined characteristics according to a range of criteria on the website visitor’s terminal, such as e.g. language, browser type used to access the service, regional configuration from where the service is accessed, etc. This enables us to remember your preferences (for example, your choice of language or region).
3.6. Analytical or performance cookies are those that enable its owner, by monitoring and analysing the behaviour of website visitors of the website to which they are linked. The information gathered through such cookies is used for measuring the activity of the website, platforms or application and for profiling navigation of website visitors or platform, in order to improve the website based on those analyses for example, by ensuring that website visitors are finding what they are looking for easily.
4. Manage Your Cookies
When browsing this website for the first time, a cookies banner will be displayed, which will allow the website visitor to choose which cookies are saved to their browser, giving the option:
4.1. To accept all of them and keep browsing: the cookies banner will not be displayed again, and it will be assumed that the website visitor accepts the present Cookies Policy.
4.2. To disable selected categories of cookies (except for those that are essential for the website to function).
4.3. To disable all cookies (except for those that are essential for the website to function). In this case, the website will only store the cookies which are required for the website visitor to use the website.
4.4. To modify the configuration by following the instructions hereinafter and accepting or disabling some of the cookies or just acquiring more information about cookies and check our cookies policy.
4.5. At any time, you will be able to access and manage the actual cookies consent and to check the actual cookies used by OALP. The information will be accessible in this Cookies Policy.
5. Contact Us
Users can contact us by sending an email to: LAWYERS@OLANIWUNAJAYI.NET to get more information concerning cookies.