Privacy Policy and Cookie Law

Protection of the users’ personal data is an essential principle for the site. The Privacy Policy describes how the site handles personal and non-personal user data, collected automatically from the user or given willingly.

The conditions of utilization of this collected data are detailed below, and are shown to be in accordance with the various related European Union laws and statutes regarding information ownership, security and privacy.

Transparency and clarity of operation are essential for the site and are key elements in establishing the necessary rapport between user and site, where data security and privacy is concerned, and the integrity of users and data protection are crucial to the successful operation of the site’s various services.

Here the site management’s policy with regards to user-obtained data is detailed.

Handling and collection of user data is performed in accordance with Recommendation number 2/2001, adopted on May 17, 2001 by the European Authorities for the protection of personal data, in order to identify common minimum requirements for on-line collection of personal data within the European Union.

Further information on the topic is provided in the Recommendation according to Article 13 of Law Decree dated June 30, 2003, number 196 – Codex, in the matter of personal data protection.

Personal data possession and obligations

Personal user data may be made available to the site’s business organization (commercial, marketing, legal, system administration, administrative) or external third parties (postal carriers, hosting providers, IT companies, communication agencies, technical service suppliers). Only information absolutely required for them to provide their services will be given to these third parties. Data in their possession must be handled along the same rules as those detailed in this Privacy Policy, as if they were the owners or responsible managers whom the Owner has appointed.

Location of Data Handling

Data handling takes place at the Data Handling Owner’s Headquarters. For any data handling outside the EU, explicit permission must be given by the party in concern, as mandated by article 43 and following of Law Decree 196/2003.

Aims and ways of data handling

Navigation and personal data are collected for the reasons described below, be they given willingly by the user or interested party or gathered automatically by the site.

Data is handled with systems and policies guaranteeing security and privacy, in accordance with provisions of Law Decree dated June 30, 2003, number 196, and current regulations.

For only the aims listed below, will make use of data supplied willingly or obligatorily by users.

Technical, accounting or clerical necessities, or to permit delivery of goods and services that the site provides.
Replying to particular user queries for information.
Regularly informing the user about particular commercial offers or new services and products that the site offers.
Notifying the User of lack of service or site maintenance.
For the user to me profiled commercially.
For legal defense of the Site Owner in Court from user abuse of the site or services, during or prior to a case.
Before data handling, will ask for the approval of the user or interested party as required by Law Decree 196/2003.

Types of data handled

Data automatically collected about the User

AmalfiNotizie routinely records some personal information about the user throughout the duration of the operation of the site’s services. Navigation data regarding the technical use of the site, which facilitates user access to the services, is gathered. This data is given obligatorily.

This kind of data facilitates the user or interested party’s identification. The user’s name, surname, address, telephone number, e-mail address, fax, social security (tax) number, IP address and other information connected with the identity of the User and his/her method of accessing the site are found in this category.

The information will be utilized only for the required duration to carry out processes for services that the user requests. The User can ask for such data to be removed at any time, given that a legitimate reason is provided.

In the case of possible cybercrimes against the site, this type of data could be used to ascertain culpability.

Data the User has willingly given

It is voluntary and optional to give personal information that may be sensitive, such as data revealing racial or ethnic information, religious or political views or health or sexual orientation related information, and the site requires the user’s explicit approval to disseminate any such data.

If the user chooses to use the site to make public the data of a third party, the consequences will be brought to bear totally and completely on the user. There will be no accountability on the Owner’s part for the handling of data resulting from this publication. is committed to control and preserve all user information that the site gathers automatically or voluntarily on the user’s part, in a way and with such prudence to minimize the danger of loss, theft, sabotage, deletion or inappropriate use out of accord with the objective of their collection.

Data handling in non European Union Countries

Any operations regarding personal data may be carried out in a non European Union member Country only if that Country can ensure the required security, as per articles 43 and 44 from Law Decree dated June 30, 2003, number 196, and articles 25 and 26 from Directive 95/46/CE by the European Parliament and Council, dated October 24. consequently assures the user that supplier services conform to data safety protection protocols like the bilateral agreement “Safe Harbor”, which was signed between the EU and USA defining shared and safe guidelines for personal data transfer to companies located in the US.

Rights of involved parties

The user or involved party may at any time directly communicate at the address given above with the Data Handling Owner, to exercise the rights granted by article 7 of Law Decree 196/2003 (confirmed existence of supplied data, knowledge of their content and source, request for blocking data in violation of law, opposition to data handling for legitimate reasons).