Privacy Policy

Version: February 1, 2017.

Where in Panama is committed to respecting your privacy and protecting your personal information. This Privacy Policy explains the current information management practices on our website and within our business.

What kind of information is collected when you visit the Where in Panama website?

When you browse or download information from Where in Panama’s website, our servers automatically collect limited amounts of standard information for traffic monitoring and statistical purposes. The information is analyzed for operational trends, performance, and for ways to improve our site.

Where in Panama cannot identify you from this information.

We collect the following standard types of information:

  • Internet Protocol (IP) addresses of the computers being used to access our site
  • Operating systems and the types and versions of browsers used to access our site
  • Internet Service Providers used by visitors to our site
  • Dates and times users access our site
  • Pages visited
  • Keywords users enter into our search engine
  • Names and sizes of files requested

Where in Panama’s computer systems use hardware and software to anonymously monitor unauthorized attempts to upload or change information on our site, disrupt service, or otherwise cause damage. As a general practice, we make no attempt to link this information with the identity of individuals visiting our site. If an attempt to damage our site has been detected, we will take further action to the extent allowed by law.

What happens when you send Where in Panama personal information?

When you visit our website, we will not collect your personal information unless you choose to purchase and use products or services that require it.

You may choose to provide us with personal information such as your name, address, phone number, and e-mail address if you wish to submit a comment, question, request for information, or to request a product or service. When you do so, any personal information you provide will be used only to the extent necessary to respond to your message and provide you with the requested product or service.

How does Where in Panama use Cookies and Web Analytics?

This web site may use cookies. A cookie is a small text file sent from a web server and placed on your computer’s hard drive. A cookie is generally used to enhance your browsing experience.

You can choose to set your browser to detect and reject cookies, to accept cookies from all sites, or to prompt you whenever a site wants to send you a cookie. Check your browser’s Help system to learn how to do this.

If you choose to refuse cookies, you may not be able to access some of the interactive features on our website.

Any cookies we create do not store personal information.

In order to serve you better, we also use web analytics services to analyze the use of our website. These tools use cookies to collect and generate information about your visits to our site (including your IP address) that is transmitted to their servers in an anonymous form for processing. We study patterns of website activity so we can improve the experience of visitors to our site. The use of these tools does not allow us or our analytics service providers to identify individuals.

You can opt-out of analytics activity by setting your browser to notify you when a cookie is sent and block analytics cookies if desired. Please consult your browser’s Help system for instructions.

Visiting our website with analytics cookies disabled will have no significant impact on your browsing experience.

What is not covered by this policy?

This policy does not apply to information that is publicly available, including an individual’s name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address, when listed in a directory or made available through directory assistance.

What legal obligations may counter this policy?

This Privacy Policy will not apply if Where in Panama is required to comply with a law, regulation, or legal request; to protect the safety of any person; or to investigate and pursue a breech of agreement by its customers.