Terms and conditions of use of SI.ARDITI

ARDITI respects individual privacy and values the confidence of all users of SI.ARDITI platform. As such, we are committed to protecting the personal information you may share with us. This page describes how we use that information.

Data collection

Any of your personal information, voluntarily provided, will only be accessed by us. It is considered personal information anything that might be used to identify a user as, for example, name, email address, title, date of birth, gender, profession or any other data necessary for us to provide the requested service or to improve the operation of SI.ARDITI service. We don't register any personal information automatically. The data provided will not be transferred to third parties without your prior consent, but can be used within the ARDITI for processing or mail purposes.

Updates of information

At any time you can correct or update your data. Once accreditation of an entity is made by ARDITI (person or institution), its basic identification information may only be changed through a new accreditation process.

Links to Third Party Sites

This site contains links to some third party sites, which, in our view, may offer useful information. The Privacy Policy presented here does not apply to those sites.


The provisions material on this site, namely text and image, is owned by ARDITI or third parties; their use is made with the permission of their authors. Non authorized usage of such information is a crime punishable by law. If you have any questions about how we manage information, please send us an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Any changes to the Privacy Policy on this Site will be discriminated on this page and can be placed at any time. If the change is substantial and has implications for how we use your data will be informed through a notice on the website homepage.


Date of publication of this legal notice: December 2015. Revised in May 2018 under the new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).