The Ministry of Finance obtains and records information about its visitors through manual and computerized means.
Computerized Means: Computer processes that generate records on user activity, without individual identification, through which browsing and user patterns may be determined.
Manual Means: Requests for information submitted by visitors on data such as name, e-mail address, occupation, and other information. The Ministry of Finance processes this information according to ethical and legal norms. Databases generated with information about visitors to this website will neither be disclosed nor sold to any third parties.
The Ministry of Finance may pass information gathered by computerized means that does not contain the user’s personal data to third parties, including other government entities and agencies, on items such as users, number of visits, and the most visited areas of the website.
The Ministry of Finance may disclose personal data only if required by law or court injunction. In addition, it may disclose this information should the user violate the general conditions regulating access to and use of the services and materials provided, and any time disclosure is required to safeguard the rights of the Ministry of Finance and of other users and third parties.