name removed on his request
Ferrari owners don't want - for whichever reasons –
anyone to know that they own one or several of these
in the same hand, these owners participate in events
like the Ferrari meeting during the AvD Oldtimer Grand
Prix or in Ferrari's 50th Anniversary Celebration in
Rome and Maranello; these events are/were at least
partly accessible to the public.
someone takes a photo of the car with its registration
plate in a public event, the owner does not have the
legal right to prohibit the photographer from
publishing this photo.
the name of the owner is either listed in a publicly
available entry list or later on published in a
publicly available magazine (like "auto welt",
published in the 1980s and 1990s by Auto Becker), the
owner has no legal right to prohibit the photographer
from adding this information with source reference to
owners don't really know about the legal conditions
regarding these matters. Out of this ignorance, they
threaten publishers and event organizers either with
"legal actions" (which would be pointless)
or by announcing that they would never again
participate in an event like the one during which they
do know about the legal conditions VERY well. However,
it is not our intention to cause harm to publishers or
event organizers (like Ferrari Italia or Ferrari
Deutschland GmbH) or any other third party who might
be threatened by ignorant owners and customers. We do
want that as many cars as possible will be publicly
shown in future events.
this reason, www.barchetta.cc willingly and obligingly
removed the names of certain owners from our website.
It just should be pointed out that the characters in
question did NOT have any legal right to ask for the
removal of particular information since the latter
were collected in an accurate and totally legal way.