Bologna has become the poster child for the problems facing the web marketing industry, with many websites and businesses in Italy complaining about their inability to maintain online presence and grow.
The city of Bologno is one of the first places in Italy to have taken measures to deal with the online migration crisis.
Last month, the city’s mayor announced that anyone caught entering or leaving the city without a valid permit would face a fine of 100,000 euros ($132,000).
According to Bolognese news site ProBologneso, the new law comes after the city decided to impose a fine on anyone who is not registered in Bolognese and is suspected of entering the city illegally.
In the new rules, Bologne will also ban anyone from entering without a permit and anyone from using the internet without a licence, with the same ban on the use of social media sites.
According to a local news report, the measures are aimed at reducing the number of people who enter Bolognen without a proper permit, as well as the number who use social media to get around the new regulations.
In a blog post published on Monday, Bocca Bologni, the local authority’s head of marketing, wrote that there are two main reasons for the city to be tackling the issue.
The first is that many Bolognsi residents are immigrants, who are not registered.
The second is that the web is a global phenomenon, and its reach is not being properly regulated.
BoccaBologni also stressed that this law does not mean that Bolognos internet will be safe.
According to Bocchea, the police have already begun arresting migrants, and Bologninese residents will have to prove their identity with a photo ID, while the city will be able to deport anyone caught without a photo identification.
The new measures, which came into force on Monday and will come into effect on February 1, will help the city improve its ability to manage online presence.
Bologs internet will also be subject to stricter monitoring, according to the mayor.