Privacy Policy

The Blog owner, respective partners and agents (hereinafter referred as “we“) respect the data protection and privacy rights of the website users (hereinafter referred as “you“) of (hereinafter referred as the “Blog” or “website” or “site“). This Privacy Policy applies to this Website, to any personal information, including personal data, collected and provided to this Blog when you visit and uses this site; and in particular, when you post a comment.

What personal information do we collect from the people that visit our Blog?

This Blog collects personal information that you voluntarily provide on this website, which may include without limitation, to your name, e-mail address and IP address. For example, to post a comment this website requests you to enter your name and email address.

Do not provide information about others unless you are authorized to do so and consent to have all information used, disclosed, and transferred per this Privacy Policy and the relevant laws. By submitting the information about others, you represent and warrant that you are authorized to do so and that you have received authorization from the person about whom you are providing the information and that person has consented to have all information used, disclosed, and transferred in accordance with this Privacy Policy and the relevant law

We do not collect sensitive data or children data.

When do we collect information?

We collect information from you when you visit and uses this site. In particular, when you provide feedback on our articles and/or lawinfographics.

How do we use your information?

This information is used to respond to your queries and to follow up the traffic of our site – see more details below “use of cookies”.

For the avoidance of doubt, we do not use your information to provide you with not requested information, offers, or promotions.

Do we use ‘cookies’ and other electronic tools?

We may place, view, and/or use “cookies”, Web server logs, Web beacons, or other electronic tools to collect statistical and other information about your use of this Web site.

This information may include information about the IP address of your computer, browser type, language, operating system, your mobile device, geo-location data, the state or country from which you accessed this Web site, the Web pages visited, the date and the time of a visit, the websites you visited immediately before and after visiting this Web site, the number of links you click within this Web site, the functions you use on this Web site, the databases you view and the searches you request on this Web site, the data you save on or download from this Website and the number of times you view an article or lawinfographic.

For what we use “cookies” and other electronic tools?

The use of cookies and other electronic tools may improve research, analysis, to better serve you as a user of this web site (providing customized content, tailored to your interests), to compile aggregate and anonymous information about the usage of this Web site and other websites, other statistics, etc. If you delete and disable cookies, these uses will not be possible to the extent they are based on cookie information.

How to disable “cookies”?

If you decide so, you can remove the use of cookies. To opt out of Google Analytics, including Demographics and Interest Reporting, please visit:

Most browsers are set to accept cookies by default. If you prefer, you can usually set your browser to disable cookies or to alert you when cookies are being sent. Likewise, most mobile devices allow you to disable the ability for geo-location information to be collected from your mobile device. The help function on most browsers and mobile devices contains instructions on how to set your browser to notify you before accepting cookies, disable cookies entirely, or disable the collection of geo-location data. You need to set each browser, on each device you use to surf the Web. Thus, if you use multiple browsers (e.g., Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.), you should repeat this procedure with each one. Similarly, if you connect to the Web from multiple devices (e.g., work and home), you need to set each browser on each device. However, if you disable cookies or refuse to accept a request to place a cookie, it is possible that some parts of this Web site, will not function properly.

Third-party disclosure

Subject to the relevant laws, we do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties your Personal Information.

Note that if you post a comment on this Blog, the information that you voluntarily disclose through the use of this feature will be available to the public and/or other users of this website. We are not responsible for the information that you choose to disclose publicly on this Web site and will not be cover under this Privacy Policy.

Third-party links

At our discretion, we may mention include third party links in our website. Primarily, to indicate the sources of the information that we provide you with. These third-party sites have separate and independent privacy policies. We, therefore, have no responsibility or liability for the content and activities of these linked sites.

Since we do not control third-party sites and are not responsible for any information, you may provide while on such sites, we encourage you to read the privacy policies on those websites before providing any of your information on such sites.

Nonetheless, we seek to protect the integrity of our site and welcome any feedback about these sites.

Storage, Accuracy, and Security of Personal Information

In accordance with the EU relevant laws, this website has implemented appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure a level of security appropriate to the risk. The measures implemented mainly aim to safeguard personal information against loss, theft, unauthorized use, disclosure, or modification; and to ensure the integrity of the personal information.

Any personal information you provide on this Blog is kept on secure servers based in the EU.

Subject to the relevant laws, your information is stored for six calendar months and subsequently will be erased it.

How we proceed in case of a data breach occurs?

We will notify you via email without undue delay as set out in the relevant EU Data Protection Regulations.

Children Online Privacy Protection

We do not specifically market to children under the age of 16 years old. Under any circumstance, we collect children personal data.

As requested in our Terms and Conditions:

Use of this Website

You must carefully read all the terms conveyed in these Terms and Conditions, Legal Disclaimer and Privacy Policy, before using this site. If after reading, you do not accept all or in part of these Terms and Conditions and/or Legal Disclaimer and/or Privacy Policy, please leave the site immediately.

By using this site, you agree to be bound by all the terms as above mentioned and you confirm that you have sufficient legal age to access to this site and it is in compliance with the applicable laws and regulations of your jurisdiction or country of residence

Age and Responsibility

Subject to the relevant laws, you confirm that you are sufficient legal age to use this website and to create binding legal obligations for any liability you may incur as a result of the use of this website.  (…).”

Questions Regarding This Privacy Policy

If you have questions regarding this Privacy Policy, please contact us by

Please include “Privacy” in the Subject line of your inquiry. 

Your EU Data Protection Rights

If you are an EU resident, EU Data Protection Regulations apply, we are committed to respecting your data protection rights as set out in the law. Right to access to your personal data, right to rectification, right to erasure, right to object, right to data portability.

To make a request, please send an email with your first name, last name, mailing address, email address and telephone number to Please include “EU Data Protection Rights” in the Subject line of your email. We speak English.


Last Updated: August 2017