Privacy & Cookies Policy

www.sportsarbitrationmoot.com (hereinafter “Website”)

Cookies

Functional cookies: these are the cookies which are required for the safe and correct functioning of the Website. Your authorization to the use of such cookies is not required and, by browsing the Website you accept the use of such cookies.

 

Analytic cookies: these cookies are not essential to the correct and safe functioning of the Website but allow Sports Arbitration Moot (“SAM”) to monitor the performances of, and to improve the Website. Your consent is required for the use of such cookies.

Social media cookies: these cookies are not essential to the correct and safe functioning of the Website but allow you to share contents of the Website or to access contents on social media platforms (such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.) more easily. Your consent is required for the use of such cookies. 

(Targeted) Advertising cookies: cookies can be used to enable online advertising, which may be personalized to show ads that are more relevant and interesting to you, both within and beyond the Website. Your consent is required for the use of such cookies.

Please, note that your internet browser (Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, etc.) may use cookies which are not under the control of SAM. If you wish to modify the cookies settings of your browser, please access the cookies setting area of your browser.

If you wish to modify the cookies settings of your browser, please find here some technical information on how to do that in the most used browsers:

 

Cookies used by this website

Title
Description
Duration
Cookie Type
wixLanguage
Used on multilingual websites to save user language preference
12 months
Functional
XSRF-TOKEN
Used for security reasons
Session
Essential
hs
Used for security reasons
Session
Essential
svSession
Used in connection with user login
2 years
Essential
SSR-caching
Used to indicate the system from which the site was rendered
1 minute
Essential
_wixCIDX
Used for system monitoring/debugging
3 months
Essential
_wix_browser_sess
Used for system monitoring/debugging
session
Essential
consent-policy
Used for cookie banner parameters
12 months
Essential
smSession
Used to identify logged in site members
Session
Essential
TS*
Used for security and anti-fraud reasons
Session
Essential
bSession
Used for system effectiveness measurement
30 minutes
Essential
fedops.logger.sessionId
Used for stability/effectiveness measurement
12 months
Essential

Notice on Cookies

iThe website www.sportsarbitrationmoot.com (“Website”) is a website of the SAM Association, a Spanish non-profit association that organises a moot-court competition about sports law and arbitration and a five-day crash-course on sports arbitration.

 

The Data Controller is Sports Arbitration Moot, a Spanish non-profit association, having its registered office in Calle de la Ruda, 15, escalera exterior, 2D, 28005, Madrid (Spain), represented by its president Ms. Sofia de Sampaio Jalles (hereinafter referred to as “SAM”).

 

The Data Controller can be contacted regarding any question relating to its cookies policy and, in general, to the processing of personal data at the e-mail address: info@sportsarbitrationmoot.com or by registered letter addressed to:

 

SAM Association

Calle de la Ruda, 15, 

Escalera exterior, 2D, 

28005 Madrid (Spain)

 

In accordance with current laws and regulations applicable in the European Union, we provide you with all required information concerning the processing of users’ personal data SAM might acquire due to the navigation on the Website or use of the functionalities of the Website (such as, for instance, browsing, use of the link to social medias, etc.). 

 

A specific information notice for the participants (or perspective participants) to the Moot competition organized by SAM can be found and downloaded HERE.

 

1. General information about the Website and Cookies

 

SAM aims to make your online experience and interaction with the Website as informative and relevant as possible. The Website uses cookies or similar techniques to achieve this. We feel that it is important that you know what cookies the Website uses and for what purposes. This will help to protect your privacy, while ensuring that our Website is safe and as user-friendly as possible.

 

Cookies are small text files that are stored onto your terminal equipment (computer or mobile device) when you visit certain websites. Cookies can be required to make the Website function properly. For example, without cookies it would be difficult to make a Website remember that you were already logged-in, or to adapt the Website to the screen of your device. These are called functional or required cookies (the Website will not work properly on your device without them). Functional cookies can also be used to ensure the safe navigation on the Website. 

 

Cookies can also be used to analyse how the Website is used, to count the number of visitors, to learn how the Website may be improved. We do not link the Website usage statistics and other reports to individual people and all information we acquire through such cookies is anonymous. These cookies are called analytics cookies.

 

The Website also uses social media cookies to enable integration of social media into the Website, so that you can immediately like or share a page or product on your favourite social media service (LinkedIn, YouTube, etc.).

 

Finally, cookies can be used to enable online advertising, which may be personalized to show ads that are more relevant and interesting to you, both within and beyond the Website. This can be done by (targeted) advertising cookies.

 

2. Setting the cookies preferences for the Website


The Website offers you the possibility to set your preferences regarding cookies. By clicking on the Cookies Settings section at the bottom of each page of the Website you can choose, at any time, which types of cookies you would like the Website to use (e.g.: analytics, advertising, etc.). In the Cookie Settings area, you can also find an updated list of all cookies within each category (required, analytics, social media, targeted advertising).

 

Please note that using the Cookie Settings on our Website may not result in the deletion of any cookies that have already been set. You can do that via the settings of your web browser (Google Chrome, Explorer, Firefox, etc) as described below, after you have changed your Cookie Settings on our Website.

 

The Website currently does not make use of a technical solution that would enable the Website to respond to your browser's 'Do Not Track' signals. Besides using the Cookie Settings section on the Website (see paragraphs above), you may manage your cookie settings in your browser settings at any time. 

 

Please be aware that if you simply disable all cookies or all cookies coming from the Website in your browser settings, you may find that certain sections or features of the Website will not work at all or in a correct way, because your browser may prevent us from setting functionally required cookies. Therefore, it is recommended to use the Cookie Settings the Website instead of disabling all cookies via your web browser.

 

3. Cookies used by the Website

The Website currently uses the cookies listed in "Cookies used by this website", above.

 

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