With the confidentiality agreement, the parties agree on a specific purpose for which the information may be used. Any use of information outside the fulfillment of this purpose is prohibited unless authorized in writing. For example, the purpose of a confidentiality agreement could be to allow an investor to evaluate a particular investment. If the data is used in some way for another investment during the period of validity of the confidentiality, the investor violates the pact. The clause provided for by the applicable law and jurisdiction is fundamental, as it depends on the possibility of enforcing the agreement and/or making a court order that can be enforced quickly and efficiently. It is also important that the agreement precisely determines who is part of the Receiving Party organization (think collaborators, technical advisors, professionals, collaborators, etc.) who have the right to access the information, if possible through the registration of the confidentiality agreement by all parties. . . .