This Privacy Policy applies exclusively to: (i) The ItalianSide website located at;
italianSide adheres to the highest standards of ethical practices in all of its operations and is dedicated to protecting the privacy of all visitors to our website and those participants in our email marketing campaigns in accordance with the following terms and conditions.

Gathering and Use of Information:ItalianSide collects information voluntarily provided from our visitors (hereinafter referred to as “you” and “your”) through our website. However, we do not require our users to submit personal information to obtain general access to our website. Information that is collected is used to improve our services to you and to better serve your needs by providing ItalianSide with valuable information about your interest in our services. In addition, the information collected helps us evaluate what types of information might be of interest to you.

ItalianSide does not currently provide personal information to any other third party. Should our policy on the use of personal information change, we will post an updated policy on our website.

Collection of Personal Information in Forms: Certain pages of website contain forms that allow you to request information. In completing a form, you may be required to provide contact information, such as your name and email address. Please note that any information you submit implies consent for use of the information, and ItalianSide may use the information from these forms to respond to your request and send you the information you need.

Internet users: ItalianSide doesn’t record or store any information provided by users when browsing our website. ItalianSide doesn’t use cookie technology

Links: may contain “links” to other Web sites. We recommend that you check the specific privacy policy of any site before providing any personal information.

Changes to this Privacy Policy: Any changes to privacy policy will be posted in this section


4 Messages to “Privacy”
  1. Paul says:

    Looking for information on a Michele Clemente born province of Campobasso in 1860 or Lucy Capobianco born in Avelino,Italy 1869 her father was John Capobianco. They married in Sault Ste Marie, MI in 1888. They are my Great Great Grand Parents but would like to find out more of family.

  2. Jim Moretti says:

    I will be in Monticelli and Esperia on May21, and I would like to obtain my grandfather’s birth certificate. Is there a “cit hall” or something similar I can go to or request by mail to obtain his birth certificate? Thank you very much.


  3. Marco says:

    Hi my grandfather was born in RIESE
    His name Ludovico BATAGELLO
    son of Alessandro BATAGELLO and Cristina DARU
    How can I get his birth certificate?
    Many thanks

  4. Patricia Rita says:

    I will be spending 2 days in Ruvo Del Monte, Potenza next May. This is the home of my grandparents who emigrated to the U.S. in 1904. They were both born in the town and married there. They had 2 children before emigrating. I would like to see all their birth and marriage records. This would allow me to learn the names of my great grandparents. Once I have this information I would like to locate their graves in the cemetery. What would be the steps I need to take prior to my arrival? Who do I contact? Do I need to go to Potenza for documents if I know the hometown was Ruvo Del Monte? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I do not speak Italian

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