Cookie Policy

Disputas AS │ Last updated: 30.08.2021

We make use of cookies in order for our website to work as intended, and to gather information about how our users interact with the website. A “cookie” is a small file that is saved on your device when you visit our website. On this page you will find information about the cookies we use, how you can change your cookie settings, and how you may manage or withdraw a previously given consent.

Our use of cookies is regulated by the Norwegian Electronic Communications Act section 2-7b. According to this Act, we need your consent before we save cookies on your device. Consent given in advance through your web browser is understood as a consent in relation to this Act, and this is the only way you can consent to cookies on our website. This understanding of the Act is supported by the Norwegian Communications Authority. When you give your consent, the cookies will remain on your device for a certain time period as shown by the list below.

We do not collect personal data through cookies without explicit consent from you. To the degree that the cookies do collect personal information, the GDPR and the Norwegian Personal Data Act also apply. You can read more about how we process your personal data in our privacy policy.

Overview of cookies on and its subdomains

NamePurposeNecessityStorage periodReceiver
auth_tokenUser loginNecessary30 daysDisputas
refresh_tokenUser loginNecessary30 daysDisputas
firestore_tokenUser loginNecessary30 daysDisputas
_gaUsed to distinguish usersOptional2 yearsGoogle
_gidUsed to distinguish usersOptional24 hoursGoogle
_gidUsed to distinguish usersOptional24 hoursGoogle
_ga_<container-id>Used to persist session stateOptional2 yearsGoogle
_gac_gb_<container-id>Contains campaign related information. If you have linked your Google Analytics and Google Ads accounts, Google Ads website conversion tags will read this cookie unless you opt-out.Optional90 daysGoogle

Management and withdrawal of consent

If you wish to manage or withdraw your consent to the use of cookies, you can do so through your browser settings. If you need help finding the right settings, we recommend using the guide found on the Whatismybrowser webpage: .

To manage or withdraw your consent related to Google Analytics, you can also use Google’s program “Google Analytics Opt-out Add-on”. Information on what this add-on does and how you use it can be found here.