The Municipality of San Vincenzo has created the Site www.visitsanvincenzo.it (hereinafter 'the Site') with the aim of publishing events held in the municipal territory.
This page contains the Legal Notes on the use of the Site.
This document may be modified at any time and without prior notice. The User is therefore invited to regularly consult the latest updated version of the same, available and permanently accessible from any page of the site, by clicking on the "Legal notes" link.
Viewing, downloading and any use of the data published on this type implies acceptance of these legal notes and the conditions of the licence under which they are published.
Unless otherwise indicated, the data published on this site are made available under a CC-BY 3.0 licence, the full text of which is available at: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/it/legalcode
This means that, unless otherwise stated, the contents of this site are freely distributable and reusable, provided that the source is always cited and - where possible - the web address of the original page is given.
USE OF THE SITE AND DOWNLOADS
All documents published on this site conform and correspond to the original documents.
Under no circumstances may Ente be held liable for damage of any nature caused directly or indirectly by access to the site, or by the inability or impossibility of accessing it.
Furthermore, Ente cannot be held liable in any way for the connectivity services used by Users to access the Portal.
The documents present on this site for downloading (downloading) such as technical documentation, regulatory documentation, software, etc., unless otherwise indicated, are freely available free of charge, otherwise a notice is produced as a preface to their use.
ACCESS TO EXTERNAL LINKED SITES
The links to external sites indicated on this site are provided as a simple service to users, with the exclusion of all liability for the correctness and completeness of the links indicated.
The indication of links does not imply any type of approval or sharing of responsibility on the part of Ente for the legitimacy, completeness and correctness of the information contained in the sites indicated.
The Authority uses social media for institutional purposes: it informs, communicates, listens and publishes institutional content.
The content published includes photographs, institutional videos, press releases, service information, news on the activities of the Authority and its related services, as well as opportunities for citizen involvement and participation. Through its social channels, the Authority can share and relay content and messages of public interest and utility published by other users.
Social channels are constantly and systematically monitored.
The Authority undertakes to manage communication and dialogue spaces within its profiles on the various social platforms, asking its users to respect a few simple rules of fairness, measure and respect.
In social media, everyone is responsible for the content they publish and the opinions they express. Insults, vulgarity, insults, threats and, in general, violent or defamatory attitudes will not be tolerated. The interest of the topics in relation to the organisation's activities is an essential requirement: it is not possible in any way to use these spaces for purposes other than institutional ones. Any form of advertising, spamming or promotion of private interests or illegal activities will not be tolerated, and content that violates copyright or the unauthorised use of registered trademarks is not permitted.
In any case - where the social media allows it - all posts, comments or audio/video materials that present inappropriate, threatening, violent, vulgar or disrespectful language, that present illicit, offensive, obscene, misleading, alarmist, discriminatory content, that promote or support illegal activities, or that violate copyright will be removed by the staff.
The official social profiles of the organisation are indicated below:
Any other accounts referring to the organisation are not managed by it.