# I am committed to protecting your privacy. I will only use the information that I collect about you lawfully (in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998).
I will not e-mail you in the future unless you have given us your consent.
I will give you the chance to refuse any marketing email from us in the future
The type of information I may collect about you includes:
I will never collect sensitive information about you without your explicit consent.
The information Ihold will be accurate and up to date. You can check the information that I hold about you by emailing us. If you find any inaccuracies I will delete or correct it promptly.
The personal information which we hold will be held securely in accordance with our internal security policy and the law.
I may use technology to track the patterns of behaviour of visitors to our site. This can include using a "cookie" which would be stored on your browser. You can usually modify your browser to prevent this happening. The information collected in this way can be used to identify you unless you modify your browser settings.
If you have any questions/comments about privacy, you should use the contact page
ALL IMAGES AND VIDEOS ARE THE PROPERTY OF ROBERTO MANETTA AND ARE NOT OF PUBLIC DOMAIN
Using these images without permission is in violation of international copyright laws (633/41 DPR19/78-Disg 154/97-L.248/2000)
NO PHOTOS AND VIDEOS may be copied, reproduced, distribuited, republished, downloaded, displayed, posted or trasmitted in any forms or by any means, including electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording without written permission of Roberto Manetta
Every violation will be persued penally
The copyright protection begins the moment you take a photo or a video.
That’s how copyright law works in the 176 countries around the world that are members of the Berne Convention.
It makes no difference whether you take that photo with your smartphone, iPad or SLR camera. Once you save the photograph (or fix it, as copyright parlance calls it) on your phone, a memory card or otherwise, it’s automatically protected by copyright in the U.S. and other Berne member countries.