General Provisions. The Artdata platform, the Swiss register, is created to make art more accessible to all and especially the most 'secure, promoting exchanges and the enhancement of the works, offering benefits and services that no one in the world and' was able to provide: in fact many of our systems and technology are protected by patents. The Artdata platform promotes openness and transparency by giving users the ability to record their own works of art or multiple copyright unique (as defined in the "Declaration of Venice - Biennale 1991- Enzo di Martino), through an international certification by compiling the Swiss Art Certificate and affixing the Swiss sticker, patented in collaboration with Orell Füssli Security printing Ltd. Zurich (society 'founded in late 1600 and the most important and respected in the world in the printing of banknotes) and exchange their works through the innovative markets Artdata FreeTrade Exchange and the dissemination of art of all and for all done on the basis of certain principles, in compliance with legal restrictions, technology and new social norms. These principles are the basis of the rights and responsibilities of users of Artdata service sponsored by the Swiss Stellage SA (Switzerland) standing with leading global partners and, for those who had fraudulent intent or animated by little correct strongly recommend abstinence from 'work with our platform, because 'would be easily discovered, it reported to the competent authorities and unmasked with ease 1. Absolute freedom of sharing and contact users will have the freedom to share all the information they want, by any means of communication and any format being able to manage the information they want to share and on their own responsibility. 2. Ownership and Control of Personal Information Each user is the owner of your personal information (such as name, last name, username and password). Each user will have the freedom to share such personal information with anyone you want and take them with you anywhere, and the freedom to remove them from Artdata service. Users will have the freedom to decide with whom to share information and to set privacy controls. These controls, however, not only can limit the mode of use of the information by the users who receive them, in particular outside of the Artdata service. 3. Free access to information Users will have the freedom to access all the information made available to them by other users. 4. Artdada without borders The Artdata service will transcend geographic and national boundaries and will be available for users around the world. 5. Artdata Pact The rights and responsibilities of Artdata and its users will be described nell'Artdata Pact.