Category : Lawyer’s Corner

01 Jul 2014

What is the ‘right to be forgotten’? – The Lawyer’s corner

‘The right to be forgotten’ is a peculiar form of the right to privacy. It protects people’s interests, in that, repeated publication of a news item that in the past was lawfully published, can no longer continue. This will ensure the confidentiality that normally arises from the passage of time when the diminished relevance of the news is no longer in the public interest. The Court of Justice of the European Union, in a judgment on 13th May 2014, reiterated […]

08 Jul 2013

The Right of keeping weapons

Owning a gun in Italy is simpler than you think. Every citizen over 18 years of age, who didn’t commit any of the crimes specified in 1931 “Decreto Regio” (articles 11 and 43), can get a license to own a gun for personal defense, sport, hunting or collecting. Despite this, gun ownership is not common among Italians. According to latest estimates, in Italy there are about fifteen millions guns, mostly for hunting purposes. We could say that about one in […]

16 Apr 2013

Renting your house or apartment for “touristic” purposes

In the previous issue of The Mag, Lawyer Cancellieri talked about “Freedom of Speech“. In this, however, he talks about renting your house for touristic purposes. In a recession, owning a second home can be a burden because of extra taxes to pay. Your entrepreneurial spirit can transform the problem into a form of income, thanks to the “Rental For Touristic Purposes” regulation. It can be a casual activity with no need for opening  a “Partita IVA”. Here is some […]