Latest version: February 2020
We collect information that the User voluntarily provides us as the owner of the data, by contacting us through our contact form or by subscribing to our Website, among other means of obtaining licit data. The personal data we collect includes your name, surname, email and other information that you decide to provide when contacting us.
For more information about our cookies and modify them visit our Cookies Policy bellow.
Your personal data is used by the firm to provide the services described in our Terms and Conditions of Use. We will use your data to:
- Communicate with you in case you have requested information on our website
- To include you as part of our contact list, with the purpose of sending information about the firm for marketing purposes, such as newsletters, marketing communications, invitations to events, and/or webinars.
- Send you recent and updated information about the legal field in Panama and other jurisdictions.
- To generate statistics and improve our website.
- In the event that it is requested by a competent entity, to comply with the legal or judicial requirements for transparency of information when required.
We will keep your data for the time established by the Law. In case you do not want to continue processing your personal data, you are empowered to exercise your ARCO rights, and we will withdraw your data at your request.
We share your data only for the purpose of improvement of our website and offer you our services, mainly we will share your data with:
- Our service providers that allow us to manage marketing, measurement and analysis strategies.
- If required, to governmental and judicial entities, in compliance with legal requirements or requests to police authorities.
Your data is not transferred to third parties to any entity, except those mentioned, unless we have your express consent. Your data will not be subject to sale to third parties.
Different types of cookies keep track of different activities. Session cookies are used only when a person is actively navigating a website; once you leave the site, the session cookie disappears. Tracking cookies may be used to create long-term records of multiple visits to the same site. Authentication cookies track whether a user is logged in, and if so, under what name.
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There are different types of cookies, our website uses the following:
- Necessary: they are those that allow the website to be used, allowing basic functions such as navigation and access to the website. Without these, the website cannot function
- Preference: are those that allow the website to remember information that causes the website to change its appearance or behavior
- Marketing: they are used for statistical purposes of visitors to the website.
- Not classified: cookies that are in the process of classification by their providers.
We use "cookies" to collect Site usage data and to improve your experience on the Sites and our service generally. A "cookie" is a small data file transferred to your computer for access on future visits to the Site, which can tell us that you (or someone using the same computer or IP address) visited our Site(s) before, what clips you've listened to, etc. You can stop accepting cookies by setting your Internet browser accordingly, but this will likely result in our not recognizing you or your preferences on future visits, so you may have to re-enter certain information.
The Sites and e-mails from us may contain electronic images known as "web beacons." These are files that allow us to count visitors to our Sites, to tell if an ad has been viewed or if an e-mail has been opened or forwarded, or to serve particular content or services. Web beacons collect limited non-personal information, including beacon number, time and date of a page or e-mail view, and a description of the page on which the web beacon resides, all of which we may store and use. Disabling cookies may prevent some beacons' activity, but generally, the beacons will operate if you visit the Site.
- On your computer, open Chrome.
- At the top right, click More Settings.
- At the bottom, click Advanced.
- Under 'Privacy and security', click Site settings.
- Click Cookies See all cookies and site data.
- At the top right, search for the website's name.
- To the right of the site, click Remove .
To manage cookies on Safari, go to Safari > Preferences > Privacy, and then click the “Manage Website Data…” button. This displays a list of all websites that have stored cookies on your computer that can be used to track your browsing. It also shows you any other data that a website stores
Go to Firefox > Preferences, and a new tab will open the Preferences page in your web browser. In the left-hand column, click Privacy & Security, and then under the Cookies and Site Data section click the “Manage Data…” button.
You can allow or block cookies saved by websites.
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Chrome app .
- To the right of the address bar, tap More Settings.
- Tap Site settings Cookies.
- Turn Cookies on or off.
iPhone and iPad:
If you remove cookies, you'll be signed out of websites and your saved preferences could be deleted.
- On your iPhone or iPad, open the Chrome app .
- At the bottom right, tap More Settings .
- Tap Privacy Clear Browsing Data.
- Tick Cookies, Site Data. Untick the other items.
- Tap Clear Browsing Data Clear Browsing Data.
- Tap Done.
- On your iPhone, open the "Settings" App
Return to the Home Screen by pressing the round button underneath the screen. You will see the grid of icons. Then, find the "Settings" icon and tap on it.
- Scroll and tap on the "Safari" item
The Settings screen will be longer than the actual screen of your iPhone, so to reach the "Safari" section you need to scroll the screen down a bit by dragging on the screen with your finger.
Scroll down and choose your Cookies preference
You can see the Block All Cookies setting in the Privacy & Security section - when this slider is slid to the right (and turned green), then all Cookies will be blocked. Be careful; blocking all cookies may actually prevent you from using a lot of websites normally! First-Party Cookies are usually used when you log in to websites; and you may find you can't use a lot of websites without Cookies enabled.
However, the other setting you want to pay attention to is the one above it: Prevent Cross-Site Tracking. This setting also controls Third-Party Cookies. These are cookies set by sites other than the one you are visiting, and it's one of the major ways that companies track your activity online.
DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY: There are third-party links on this webpage that will send you to websites that we have no control over. Clicking on a third-party link is done at your own discretion and risk. By clicking on a third-party link, you understand that you will be solely responsible for any loss or damage that may result from such activities.