Copyright

The documentation, texts, images, trademarks, job offers published on the site and anything else published and reproduced on this site are the property of Confindustria Nautica, the Italian Marine Industry Association https://confindustrianautica.net (henceforth CN or Owner) and/or is granted to them for use by third parties. These rights also extend to software and source codes. All contents of this Platform (the “Platform”) owned by Confindustria Nautica, managed through the company Fuoricentro Studio with the technical support of Net7 hosted at Siteground are protected by copyright and intellectual property laws. Reproduction in any form, even partial, is strictly prohibited.

Violation of the conditions of use by a user will result in denial of their access to the website. These rights may be exercised at any time.

Liability

The Owner takes on no responsibility in relation to either the content published on this site or the use that third parties may make of it, or for any contamination deriving from access, interconnection, downloading of material or computer programmes from this site.

Therefore, the Owner may not be held liable in any way or for any reason whatsoever for any damages, losses, or prejudices of any kind that third parties may suffer as a result of coming into contact with this website, or following the use of and reliance on the information published therein, as well as the software used.

This exclusion of liability also extends to the compatibility or otherwise of this site with the user’s hardware and software.

Any liability on the part of the owner with regards to any damages that may arise from the use of this site, including the loss of data or infection by viruses, attacks or any other illegal actions carried out by third parties via this site, is expressly excluded. In this sense, the user must adopt the protective measures deemed by them appropriate before starting or continuing their browsing experience or downloading information or images.

The user may not in any way use this site to carry out computer attacks or in any case unlawful operations against either the Owner or third parties.

The material and information on the website are subject to change or being updated without notice.

Although the Owner takes the utmost care in entering information, they take on no responsibility for the accuracy and completeness of the information provided, the use of which is at the user’s sole risk. By making this information available to the user, the Owner does not, however, grant any licence to copyright, patents or any other intellectual property rights. The presence of any links to third-party sites does not imply any liability on the part of the Owner and it remains the user’s sole responsibility to check the terms and conditions of use for such websites when accessing them.

The user of this site may not carry out operations such as the insertion of links, the creation of frames, the insertion of text, images or video, or make any changes to it.

The user is in no way authorised, even indirectly, to insert links to pages of this site from their own website or that of third parties. This limitation applies both to hypertext links, and to any other form including deep-linking, farming, and any other computer modality, without the prior written consent of the Owner, the granting of which is fully discretionary.

Enforcement

By accessing the Site and browsing its web pages, the user declares that he/she accepts to be subject to the applicable regulations in force in Italy.

It is our practice to respond to users who send formal written complaints to  dpo@confindustrianautica.net to investigate the reported problem. We undertake to cooperate with the competent authorities, to settle any complaints regarding the processing of personal data that are not resolved directly between the Owner and the individual.

These Terms of Use are governed by Italian law. Any dispute relating to compliance with or in any way connected to these Terms of Use shall be subject to non-exclusive Italian jurisdiction, with the Court of Genoa acting as the place of jurisdiction.