Advertisment Introduces New Subscription Plans Amid Privacy Concerns; Updates on Global Events

María Alejandra Trujillo
New Update Introduces New Subscription Plans Amid Privacy Concerns; Updates on Global Events

Italy's leading news agency,, has launched an array of subscription plans tailored for users who opt against accepting tracking and profiling cookies. In a move that seeks to balance data privacy with the need to generate revenue, the news agency is providing an affordable Consentless plan and other subscriptions for unlimited content access. The General Conditions of Service, Cookie Policy, and Privacy Policy are readily available for users who wish to acquaint themselves with the nitty-gritty details of's data collection and usage policy.


Flexible Subscription Plans

At an annual cost of €16.99, users can avail of access to all headlines and 10 articles every 30 days. For those who decide to consent to profiling and tracking cookies, the basic services, including access to all headlines and 10 articles every 30 days, will be granted., along with its 750 third-party partners, use cookies and similar technologies to process personal data for purposes ranging from ad personalization to product and service enhancement.

Customer Support

Advertisment is making a concerted effort to provide comprehensive customer service, with assistance available through email or a toll-free number for any queries or concerns users might have.

Current Global Events

In related news, the report also sheds light on current global events, including a recent terrorist attack in Jerusalem, claimed by Hamas, that led to the unfortunate death of three Israelis. Efforts are in full swing to extend a ceasefire in the region, with the U.S. spearheading the negotiations. Satellite images reveal significant damage in Gaza, with nearly 100,000 buildings potentially affected. The U.S. has condemned the attack and called for an extension of the ceasefire, with a permanent one not on the cards just yet.

Two Israeli women held captive in Gaza have been released, with the hope of more being freed in the near future. The victims of the Jerusalem attack have been identified, and the Palestinian driver who carried out the attack on Israeli soldiers has been neutralized. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has urged Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to ensure the protection of civilians, should the ceasefire come to an end.