As required by Section 129(1) of the Electronic Communications Act of 13 June 2005, we wish to inform visitors to its website concerning the use of cookies.


A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer when you visit a website. Information is stored in this text file. The website can read this information during a subsequent visit. Some of these cookies are essential, because the site will not function properly without the use of these cookies. Other cookies are useful to the visitor. For example, to safely remember your user name and language preference. Due to this, you no longer have to enter this information every time you visit the site.



Seeds of Law uses cookies to offer you a better user experience tailored to your personal preferences. With the help of cookies, Seeds of Law ensures that you do not, for example, have to repeatedly receive or enter the same information. The cookies are also used to optimise the functioning of the website. For example, cookies simplify the checkout process or help you find a specific article more quickly.

By continuing to use this website, you acknowledge that you have read the terms of this cookie policy and that you agree to our use of cookies as stated above (unless you have explicitly indicated otherwise).

Seeds of Law has taken adequate organisational and technical measures to protect your personal data to the maximum extent against loss and all forms of unlawful processing.



  • Essential Cookies

Essential cookies are cookies that are required for the functioning of a website. They enable the operation of basic functions such as page navigation, security and loading time.


  • Functional cookies

These cookies do not register any specific user personal data, but are essential to ensure that the website functions properly, and that you can therefore use our website in a useful manner. Functional cookies track information about your choices and preferences on a website. For example, they remember your language choice, login details or the region in which you live.


  • Analytical cookies

These cookies help us better understand how you use our website, so that we can continually improve the design of our website. These cookies also do not contain any specific individual personal data, but only keep information on a general scale and are not used for any marketing purposes.

Cookies used:

_ga (Google Analytics)

_gid (Google Analytics)

_gat_gtag (Google Analytics)


  • Social buttons

The site includes buttons to promote or share pages on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. These buttons are pieces of code from the social media itself, and must use a cookie in order to enable their use. This cookie remembers that you are logged in so that you do not have to log in every time you want to share something on Twitter or Facebook. A social media cookie of this type will only be placed if you visit the Seeds of Law website and click the relevant button . You may view the privacy policies of FacebookTwitter and LinkedIn (which may change regularly) for more information on what they do with personal data that they receive with this code.



You can very easily disable cookies manually in any browser. Attention: If you disable cookies, your usernames and passwords will no longer be remembered on any website.



  1. Open Firefox.
  2. Click the ‘Alt’ key on your keyboard.
  3. In the menu bar that appears at the top of your screen, choose ‘Tools’ and then ‘Options’.
  4. Then go to the ‘Privacy’ tab.
  5. In the dropdown menu next to ‘Firefox will’, choose ‘Custom settings for history’. Check your preferences here and then save them.



  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. Choose in the menu for the option ‘Tools’ and then the ‘Internet Options’ option.
  3. Click on the ‘Privacy’ tab.
  4. You can check and save your desired options under the ‘Advanced’ button



  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Click on the tool icon.
  3. Choose ‘Options’.
  4. In the ‘Advanced Options’ tab, choose Content Settings.
  5. In the ‘Cookies’ tab, check and save the recommended options.



  1. Open Safari.
  2. Choose ‘Preferences’ from the task menu and click on ‘Security’. (The task menu is located at the top right of the Safari window and looks like a cog).
  3. In the ‘Accept cookies’ section, check whether and when Safari is allowed to accept cookies from websites. For more information about the options, click the button with the question mark.
  4. To learn more about the cookies that are stored on your computer, click ‘Show cookies’.



We have the right to change this cookie statement at any time. The latest version of this cookie statement will always be published on its website. This cookie policy was last amended on 6 June 2021.

Please do not hesitate to contact us in case you have any questions about this.

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