1. The American is a pro bono, non-profit project with no commercial ties. It does not accept paid advertising or so-called advertorial content and has no parallel print edition.
2. The American prizes free speech, but reserves the right to publish only that content it considers appropriate to its ethical standards and goals. It is a rigorously pro bono project based in Rome, Italy whose contributors, whether regular or occasional, receive no compensation of any kind aside from the satisfaction of airing their views.
3. The American encourages outside contributions and reader comments, which can be sent via email or posted to the magazine’s Facebook page. It does not censor writers based on political or ideological point of view. Editors will however delete or abridge comments that are abusive, use gratuitously foul language, or include ad hominem attacks.
5. If readers disclose information about themselves in any publicly accessible areas of the website, they may receive unsolicited messages from other parties. Accordingly, they should behave judiciously.
6. The American contains material that is protected by state, national and international copyright, trademark and other intellectual property laws. You may not modify, copy, reproduce, republish, upload, post, transmit or distribute in any way any material, including code and software, from our site. You may download material from the site and may use the service for your personal, non-commercial use only, provided you keep intact all copyright and other proprietary notices.
7. The American believes it is GDPR compliant. For more information, please read: HERE.
Should you have questions, you may write to us at: email@example.com