Privacy Policies

Your privacy is important to us. It is the policy of Botton-Champalimaud International Pancreatic Cancer Conference to respect your privacy regarding any information we may collect from you through our website, social media platforms, forms and other sites we own and operate.

We only request personal information when we truly need it to provide you with the best service possible. We do so with your knowledge and consent, protecting it within commercially acceptable means to prevent loss and theft, as well as unauthorized access, disclosure, copying, use or modification.

We do not share personally identifiable information publicly or with third parties, except when required by law.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer through your Internet browser and allow the servers that host the content to recognize visitors and remember their activity.

Cookies can only last for your visit or persist for a longer time, allowing the server to recognize visitors on multiple visits.

What cookies do we use?

Service Cookies

Service cookies are necessary to provide the core functionality of our websites, platforms, and forms. They include:

  • "Session ID" cookies.
    These cookies allow us to store, recognize, and associate all actions for proper display of our website and to provide the requested services. They remain active only during the visit and disappear from the device after the browser session is closed.

  • "Navigation Experience" Cookies.
    These cookies allow us to store user preferences such as language, country, age, and whether you have viewed our privacy panel or disabled cookie control. They are used to improve the navigation experience and display appropriate content. Some of these cookies remain on the device to allow the display of the same preferences when you return to the websites.

  • "Non-functional cookies"
    These non-functional cookies are not strictly necessary to provide the core functionality of our website, but they are useful for improving the way we provide content, marketing, and more relevant and personalized advertisements. They include:
  • "Web Audience Measurement Cookies"
    These cookies allow us to monitor when you or other users interact with our website and Botton-Champalimaud International Pancreatic Cancer Conference marketing and advertising communications on third-party sites. The information we can collect includes mouse actions and scrolling movements, as well as basic interactions with forms and other content. We use this data to evaluate performance, but note that many of these may persist on your device even after you close your session.
  • "Advertising Cookies"
    These cookies are used to monitor and store your interaction and other users with the Botton-Champalimaud International Pancreatic Cancer Conference website, marketing communications and advertising. We use this data to direct and personalize relevant products and services defined by what you view, search or click. These cookies can be controlled by third-party advertising networks and persist on your device even after you close the session.
  • Social media cookies
    If you log in to the social networks on this site, a cookie may have been set on your device to recognize you when you access content on our sites. These cookies allow you to share content on social networks through the use of share settings and may allow us to monitor your activity.

"Registration form cookies"

The personal data collected (name, email*, company, position, country and any other not specified here that is not billing information) within the registration fields in the Event form and for its management and Leading - Congress Management and Organization, Ltd. Taking into account that:

  • "Email" personal data is mandatory for filling in order to send relevant notifications related to the registration status, changes, or other useful general information regarding the event, so without this data we cannot fulfill your requests.
  • The remaining data (name, company, position, country and any other unspecified that is not billing data) allow us to personalize communication and perform analytical analysis of registered participants in order to tailor content and filter notification delivery.
  • In case there are billing data (name, entity, address, VAT number, phone and any other unspecified), they will be used exclusively for accounting and financial procedures regarding event registration.

The data in question will not be used for any other purpose, and will be kept by the organizing entity for 2 years.

You may exercise your rights provided for by law (access, rectification, erasure, restriction, opposition, portability) by written contact to the following email or to the email specified in the registration form, without prejudice to the right to file a complaint with the competent control authority.

When you send us your personal data, it will be protected through appropriate security protocols for internet communications. You may withdraw your consent at any time.


Image Use
This event may be photographed and filmed, by participating you agree that the images may be used for promotion in the context of the event.

User Commitment
The user must commit to using the contents and information offered by the Botton-Champalimaud International Pancreatic Cancer Conference on its website appropriately, which includes:

A) Not engaging in activities that are illegal or contrary to good faith and public order;

B) Not spreading propaganda or content of a racist, xenophobic, online betting houses, luck and chance games, any type of pornography, terrorism apology or against human rights;

C) Not causing damage to the physical (hardware) and logical (software) systems of Leading, its suppliers or third parties, to introduce or disseminate computer viruses or any other hardware or software systems capable of causing the previously mentioned damages.

More Information
We hope to clarify you at all levels and, as mentioned before, if there's something you're not sure if you need or not, it's usually safer to leave cookies enabled, in case you interact with one of the resources used on our site.