This Personal Data Privacy and Protection Policy (the “Policy”) establishes the commitment of CEPEDA, GRECO, IGLESIAS, AVINO, WAKIMOTO ADVOGADOS law firm, enrolled with CNPJ/ME [Corporate Taxpayers Register of the Ministry of Economy] under No. 05.849.371/0001-66 (“Cepeda Advogados”), to the protection of the personal data of its clients and visitors who may have contact with the firm, even if in a digital manner (https://www.cepeda.law).
This Policy describes how our firm may collect, store and use Personal Data (of clients and/or visitors) according to Law No. 13.709/2018 (“General Personal Data Protection Law”).
“Cookies” are small text files that are stored by your browser when you visit a website. Almost all websites use cookie technology. Cookies may store certain information, such as your IP address, information about the contents you view, content information supplied by you so that you don’t have to enter it again each time you visit our website, and your preferences and settings.
Cookies enable the digital environment (www.cepeda.law) to memorize information when you access the website, such as the recurrence of your sessions, and other variables that we consider important to improve your experience. Cookies are also used in compiling anonymous and aggregated statistics that may improve your browsing experience. You will not be personally identified through these data.
See below information about the types of cookies and tracking technologies, the types of information that we collect through these technologies, and your specific rights relating to such processing.
Our websites may use the following four types of cookies: strictly required cookies, performance cookies, functional cookies, and cookies for marketing purposes.
• Analytical Cookies: we use Google Analytics’ web analysis services, which apply cookies to collect information such as your IP address or other identifiers, browser information and the contents you view, in order to analyze how visitors use our website. The information generated by cookies about the use of the website is transmitted and stored by these service providers on servers located in Brazil, the United States and the United Kingdom. These service providers will use this information on our behalf in order to analyze the number of users of our website, the location of our users, the sections most visited on our website, the browsers most used to improve the functionality and the interests of our users. These service providers may retain information for up to two years.
• Strictly required cookies: they are crucial to allow you to browse our websites and use their features. These temporary cookies will last only for the time your browser is open (for the period of 1 day), and are used for technical purposes, such as providing better browsing on our website. Without these cookies, your browsing on our website can be significantly affected. When closing your browser, these cookies will automatically disappear.
• Performance cookies: they are stored on your computer for longer periods and used for other purposes, such as tracking the number of unique visitors to our website, and getting information such as the number of times a webpage is viewed, how long users stay on the page, and other relevant statistics. The information collected is aggregated and, thus, becomes anonymous. These cookies are used exclusively to improve website performance and, thus, the
• Functional cookies: they allow the website to store information that has already been entered (such as the user’s name, language choices and the user’s location), so that improved and more customized functions can be offered. Functional cookies also enable the features requested by you, such as the reproduction of videos. These cookies collect anonymous information, and cannot track your movements on other websites.
By activating IP anonymization, your IP address will not be informed. In exceptional cases, the IP address will be transferred to a Google server in the United States, where it will be anonymized. The IP address transmitted by your browser to Google Analytics will not be associated with any other data held by Google.
Other forms of contact and mailing of newsletters
We reserve the right to send e-mails to our clients, partners and third parties who have somehow had a relationship with our firm.
Additionally, in case You have contacted us and delivered your data voluntarily, should it be by e-mail, on digital media, at on-site meetings and events, and/or upon requests to receive newsletters through our electronic mailing system, your e-mail and phone number may be registered for this purpose (receipt of emails – newsletters), so than we can offer topics that are merely informative and that may be of your interest, and we undertake to maintain strict confidentiality about this information (your e-mail and phone number).
We reserve the right to send e-mails to our clients, partners and third parties that have somehow had a relationship with our firm, and information that we believe to be of your interest, and you may request to be excluded from these distribution lists in the footer of the messages that are sent to you.
In order to optimize and improve our communication, when we send e-mails, we may be notified about when they are opened, or when the newsletter is accessed, as long as this possibility is available.
In addition to cookies, our marketing-related e-mails may contain tracking pixels, also known as “web beacons,” “web bugs,” “tracking bugs,” which are
intended to inform us about whether our e-mails are opened, and check all clicks on the links that are included in the e-mail. We may use this information (such as your personal identity and e-mail) to determine the e-mails that are most interesting for you, and to question whether users that do not open our e-mails want to continue receiving them. Pixels will be excluded when you exclude the e-mail. If you do not want to download pixels to your device, choose not to click on the links that we send to you. When you register for any online event held by us, all related e-mails will also include a pixel. We track your interactions with these e-mails and our events in order to validate your participation for registration purposes, and to help determine the information that is of your interest, as described above.
Please be attentive: our e-mails are only sent from domains ending in “@cepeda.law”. We never request confirmation of personal information, passwords or security codes. We do not send files attached to our informative e-mails. For this reason, we are not liable for any fraudulent electronic communications that may collect your personal data (phishing).
Regarding the e-mails that you receive, we recommend that you check their content before accessing any internet address, or clicking on any link. Do not trust in e-mails with suspect headers, from suspect senders or with odd contents, messages with grammar errors, or even pictures and logos with failures.
As a feature of our website, we may provide links to other internet websites (such as those of the sources of the news included in our newsletters). Our firm is not responsible for these websites and contents, and we do not share, subscribe, monitor, validate or accept the way these websites or content storage tools collect, process, and transfer your personal data. We recommend that you refer to the privacy policies of these websites in other to get information about the processing of your personal data.
know what data are being collected and their relevant purposes, and we will provide the means to disable them. So, please access this Policy periodically.
If you become aware of any violation of this Policy, please contact us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We remain at your disposal.