Dear Sirs

Dear Clients,

Studio 1896 (hereinafter “Studio” or also “Owner”) considers your privacy important. This Policy explains how we use your personal data when you access our website.

Identity and contact details of the holder

The data controller and owner of the site is Studio Legale 1896. For any questions concerning your personal data, you may contact us at the dedicated e-mail address or by sending a letter to Via Pretorio 7 6900 Lugano.

Purpose of the data processing

Personal data relating to you will be processed in order to:

  • ensure the connection to the site through the use of network protocols;
  • ensure the security and stability of the site;
  • respond to any requests for information.

In any event, the firm processes your personal data in compliance with regulatory and contractual obligations, including administrative, tax and accounting profiles, and in accordance with applicable law.

Data source and tracking tools

Some personal data, such as your IP address, will be collected automatically, as their communication is inherent in the use of network protocols. Other data may be communicated to us directly by you, for example, if you decide to send us a request for information. 

This site uses cookies and tracking tools of a so-called “technical” nature, i.e. those necessary to ensure the operation and security of the infrastructure. No statistical analysis or marketing activities are carried out.

To whom the data are communicated

Processing is carried out directly by the Data Controller’s organisation, by means of appropriately designated and instructed subjects, as well as by external companies also in their capacity as subjects acting on behalf of the Data Controller (Data Processors) or as autonomous data controllers. These are the suppliers of the IT services used to manage the website. When the legal requirements are met and upon specific request, the data may be communicated to the Judicial Authorities.

How do we protect your personal data?

In accordance with Article 8 in the nLPD, we take appropriate technical and organisational security measures to protect the personal information in our possession from unauthorised disclosure, use, alteration or destruction and to ensure the traceability of the operations performed. Where possible, we use encryption and other technologies that can help protect the information you provide. We also require our service providers to comply with the most stringent rules and requirements regarding confidentiality and data protection.

Data transfer abroad

In the context of the processing activities described above, data will not be transferred beyond the territory of Switzerland.

Personal data rights

As the data subject (data subject), you have the right – provided the legal requirements are met – to access the relevant information, to rectify or erase your personal data and to obtain their portability.

If you wish to avail yourself of any of your rights, you may do so by sending an e-mail to or by sending a letter to Via Pretorio 7 6900 Lugano.