Terms and Conditions
Subscription Terms and Conditions
The present agreement includes terms and conditions for the supply of the services provided and should be acknowledged prior to the subscription to the website www.lexangaming.eu, the online scientific and technical Law Journal called « LEXANDGAMING – EUROPEAN GAMBLING LAW JOURNAL », which is owned and operated by the Company Lex Giochi S.R.L., which registered office is in Rome (00196), Piazzale delle Belle Arti n.2 (C.F. 10582491006), registered at the Chamber of Commerce of Rome (Camera di Commercio Industria Artigianato e Agricoltura di Roma) (Registration number REA: RM – 1241787). The terms and conditions related here below are integral part of the subscription contract. Paying the subscription fee and using the services provided by the aforementioned web portal by means of a personal username and password, means accepting to abide by all the terms and conditions included in the present agreement.
The payment of the subscription fee allows access to the online Journal’s sections reserved to the subscribers of the online scientific and technical law Journal called « LEXANDGAMING – EUROPEAN GAMBLING LAW JOURNAL » for the duration of 365 (three hundred and sixty-five) days, starting on the day the password is released.
After the subscription and payment of the relevant fee, the subscriber will be sent via email their designated account and password to access the reserved sections of the Journal. In the case of a multiple subscription (2 or more subscriptions), a password will be assigned for each subscription.
The subscription invoice will be sent by email to the address provided by the subscriber in the order.
The present agreement is not regulated by the «Codice del Consumo» (Italian law on Consumer’s Rights), approved by Legislative Decree n. 30/2005, as the client is either a physical, a legal person or an authority acting for the purpose of their own business and/or professional and/or institutional activity.
The client acknowledges that the Journal is protected in accordance with the copyright regulation in force and that any unauthorized reproduction is forbidden. Reproduction of parts of it, only for personal use, is allowed. Any other kind of distribution, exploitation or reproduction, by any mean, for any particular purpose and to any person, is forbidden without a permission written by the Company Lex Giochi S.R.L. If any abnormal behaviour were to be noticed, access to the portal will be interrupted and no refund will be given for the part of the subscription that will not have yet been used, and the appropriate legal action will be undertaken pursuant to and in accordance with art. 171 and Law n. 633/1941.
The password is strictly personal and cannot be communicated to any third party even if they belong to the same structure or organization. The Company Lex Giochi reserves the right to unable the password without notice if the password is being used by more than one user. For a simultaneous use by several devices, a multiple subscription needs to be activated for the relevant number of devices.
The Company Lex Giochi S.R.L. reserves the sole and unquestionable discretion for the choice of its collaborators, for the frequency of its updates and newsletters, for the choice of its free of reserved contents, which might change from its initial configuration on the day of the present request.
The editor, director, authors and collaborators are exempted from any responsibility for the possible offenses which might be caused by errors, partiality, subjectivity or obsolescence of the contents, information or opinions present in the Journal.
In accordance to Legislative Decree no.196/2003 (related to the protection of personal data), the personal data collected is necessary and will be processed for the purpose of the activation of the requested subscription in order to guarantee the security and confidentiality of the data in question. The client benefits from the rights provided by art. 7 of the aforementioned Legislative Decree, in virtue of which they will be entitled to request and receive information regarding their personal data and the purpose for and method of processing it. They will also be entitled to request the updating, correction, integration, cancellation, anonimisation and blocking of their data and will have the right to refuse processing of the latter. Such rights will be exercised by sending a written request by registered mail.