Cookies on Byström Avocat website



You are informed of the existence of cookies on this website, www.bystrom-avocat, and you are invited to give your consent before storing or reading these cookies or other tracers on your terminal (computer, mobile phone, tablet, etc.), unless these tracers fall under one of the exceptions provided for in Article 82 of the French Data Protection Act:


These cookies are intended to temporarily store information about your browsing during the consultation but do not make it possible to identify you. However, they record information relating to the browsing on your terminal (computer, mobile, tablet, etc.), such as the pages visited, the date and time of the visit, etc.) They can be read on a subsequent visit.

Cookies used: gtag.js-cookies

The following table describes each cookie set by gtag.js.

Cookie name

Default expiry date


_ga2 Used to distinguish users.
_ga_ <container-id>2 Keeps track of session status


For more information on the data collected by Analytics, please visit


Setting of cookies


Each browser offers a setting solution for:

  • notifying you when cookies are stored on your computer,
  • allowing you to accept or refuse them, on a case-by-case or systematic basis.

You can refuse to accept them, delete them, or disable them by configuring your browser in accordance with the instructions for each browser, which can be found at the following links:


For Firefox:

For Chrome:

For Internet Explorer:

For Safari:

→ For more information on the provisions on cookies/trackers, you can visit the CNIL website, in particular via the following link:  Cookies and trackers in French law:” Cookies traceurs que dit la loi” (=


Cookies issued by third party

Buttons to share our content with social networks such as Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube are available on our website to help promote it. We do not transfer your login details and you must log in to each of these sites to share content.
Nevertheless, social networks that provide such buttons are likely to identify you simply because your account with the social network concerned is activated on your terminal (open session) while browsing our website.

We have no control over the process used by the social networks to collect information relating to your browsing on our website that is linked to the personal data they hold. Please read the social networks' privacy policies to find out how they use the browsing information they may collect using these application buttons, especially for advertising purposes. These protection rules should allow you to make your choices regarding these social networks, by configuring your user accounts for each of these networks.