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Cookie Policy


Cookie usage on this site
Cookie usage on this site will be described in this cookie policy. Before doing so, we would like to note that the use of so-called session cookies (which are not stored permanently on the user's computer and disappear when the browser is closed) allows the transmission of session identifiers (made up of random numbers generated by the server), which are required for the safe and efficient exploration of the site.
The so-called session cookies used on this site do not utilise other IT techniques that could potentially compromise the browsing privacy of users and do not permit the acquisition of the user's personal identifying data.


What is a cookie?
In order to provide you with all the relevant information concerning cookies and their use, even if only potential, and to make you aware of how to change your browser settings for cookie usage, we ask that you read this detailed description.


Browser cookies:
Cookies are packets of information that the website places on your browsing device when you visit a page. They may involve the transmission of information between the website and your device, or between your device and other websites that work on our behalf or privately, in accordance with the corresponding privacy policy. We may use cookies to group the information that we collect about you. You can decide whether to receive a notification every time that a cookie is sent or to disenable all cookies by changing the settings on your browser. However, disenabling cookies may mean that some of our services will not function correctly and you will not be able to have access to numerous functions that have been designed in order to optimise your browsing experience on the website. For more information on how to manage or disable browser cookies, please consult the last section of this Cookie Policy.
We use various kinds of cookies that have different functions. In regards to technical cookies, we may use proprietary persistent cookies and session cookies for the sole purpose of aiding efficient site navigation. Periodically we may publish an updated table indicating the type of cookies used and useful references to make you aware of the specific purposes of use.
Here is a summarised description of the main types of technologically feasible cookies.


1. Strictly necessary cookies (technical cookies)
These cookies are fundamental in order to be able to browse the website and utilise some of its functions. Without cookies that are strictly necessary, online services that are normally offered by the site could become inaccessible if their provision is based exclusively on these kinds of cookies. In fact, this kind of cookies allows the user to browse efficiently between pages on the website and to use the different options and services offered. For example, cookies allow for a session to be identified, reserved areas to be accessed, for elements making up a previously formulated request to be saved, for a purchase order to be completed or a quote to be memorised.
Consent is not required for technical cookies, as they are essential to assuring the requested services. It is possible to block or remove technical cookies by changing the settings in your browser, if the cookies are disabled or deleted. However, by carrying out these steps you may not be able to access certain areas of the website or to utilise some of the offered services.
For more information we would like to refer you again to the privacy policy found on the site.


2. Performance cookies (analytics cookies)
We (or service providers that operate on our behalf) may place performance cookies on your browsing device. The information gathered via performance cookies is used exclusively by us or on our behalf.
Performance cookies collect anonymous information about the way in which users utilise the website and its various functions. For example, our performance cookies collect information concerning the web pages that you visit most often and about our advertisements that appear on other websites that you interact with, as well as verifying whether you open or read communications we send you and if you receive error messages. The information collected may be used to personalise your online experience by showing you specific content. Performance cookies are also used to limit the number of times you see the same advertisement. Our performance cookies do not collect personal information.
A link to our Cookie Policy is available on the website. By continuing to use this website and its functions, you are authorising us (and advertisers external to this website) to place performance cookies on your browsing device.
To delete or manage performance cookies, please consult the last section of this Cookie Policy.
In particular, the website uses Google Analytics, which is an analysis tool from Google that helps website and app owners to understand how visitors interact with their content. Google may use a set of cookies to collect information and generate usage statistics for the website without personally identifying the single visitors.
In addition to generating reports on the usage statistics of the websites, the tag pixel of Google Analytics may be used, together with other cookies used for advertising that have been described above, to allow us to show the most relevant results on Google owned sites (like Google Search) and throughout the web.
For more information you can visit this website Analytics cookies and privacy.


3. Functional cookies (profiling cookies)
We reserve the right to use the functional cookies that are placed in your browsing device for ourselves (or service providers that work on our behalf). If we were to use these cookies, in no instance would we share the information gathered via the functional cookies for any advertisers or third parties.
These cookies are used to store choices you have made (language preference, country or other online settings) and to provide personalised or optimised functions selected by the user. Functional cookies may be used to provide you with online services or to avoid offering you services that you have refused in the past.
Moreover, we would like to inform you that it is technically possible to authorise advertisers or third parties to supply content and other online experiences via this website. In this instance, the third party in question could place its own functional cookies on your device and make use of them, in the same way as us, in order to provide you with personalised functions and to optimise your user experience. By selecting personalised options or settings or optimised functions you are authorising us to use the functional cookies needed to offer you these experiences.
Deleting functional cookies, preferences or selected settings means these will not be saved for future visits.
In the instance that third party cookies were to be used, we reserve the right to explain the links to the privacy policies prepared by said third parties in detail.
The site may use remarketing tools from third parties. In this instance some of the pages on the site may include a code defined as a "remarketing code". This code allows browser cookies to be read and configured so that the kind of advertisement you will see can be determined, based on the data concerning your visit to the site, such as the navigation route chosen, the pages you actually visited or the actions carried out on said pages.
The remarketing lists that are created are kept in a database on Google servers where all the IDs of the cookies associated to every list or category of interest is kept. The information obtained only allows for the browser to be identified, due to the fact that third parties are not able to identify the user with this information.
These tools allow for personalised advertisements to be published based on user visits to our site.
Authorisation for the collection and storage of data may be withdrawn at any time. Users may disable cookie usage from Google via the specific setting options on the different browsers.

Enabling/disabling cookies via your browser
There are various ways to manage cookies and other tracking technologies. By changing your browser settings you can accept or refuse cookies or decide to receive a notification message before accepting a cookie from the websites you visit. We would like to remind you that by completely disabling cookies in your browser you may no longer be able to use all of our interactive functions.
If you use several computers with different settings, ensure that every browser is set up in such a way as to meet your preferences.
You can delete all the cookies installed in the cookie folder on your browser. Every browser has different procedures for managing settings. Click on one of the links below to get specific instructions.

Disabling Cookies
You will find information on disabling cookies on your browser in this section. We would like to remind you that some parts of the website may not function correctly if you disable cookies.
If you do not find your browser listed below, please consult the instructions given on your browser concerning cookie management.

Internet Explorer version 6 or higher
• Select "Tools" in your browser bar
• Select "Internet Options"
• Select the "Privacy" tab and then click on "Advanced"
• Select "Override automatic cookie handling"
• Disable "first-party cookies" by selecting the "Block" tab
• Disable "third-party cookies" by selecting the "Block" tab
• Disable "session cookies" by deselecting "Always allow session cookies"
• Click "OK"


Firefox version 9 or higher
• Select "Tools" in your browser bar
• Select "Options"
• Select "Privacy"
• Choose the drop-down menu in the "Chronology" section and select "use personalised settings"
• Disable cookies by deselecting "Accept cookies from websites"
• Click "OK"

Google Chrome version 24 or higher
• Select "Chrome Menu" in your browser bar
• Select "settings"
• Select "Show advanced settings"
• Click on "Content settings" in the "Privacy" section
• Disable all cookies by selecting "Block sites from setting any data" and "Block third party cookies and site data"
• Click "OK" if you do not use any of the browsers listed above, select "cookie" in the corresponding section in the guide to discover where to find your cookie folder.

Deleting Flash cookies
Click on the link that follows to change your settings concerning Flash cookies.

Disabling Flash cookies

Enabling and disabling cookies

In addition to being able to use the tools provided by the browser to enable or disable individual cookies, we would like to note that the site www.youronlinechoices.com offers a list of the main providers that work with website manager to collect and utilise useful information for behavioural advertising. You can disable or enable all the companies or, alternately, adjust your preferences individually for each company. In order to do so you can use the tool that you will find on the page www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices to check your preferences on behavioural advertising.

Further information relevant to cookies is available on the following sites:

www.allaboutcookies.org
www.youronlinechoices.com

 

 

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VM MOTORI Privacy policy

PRIVACY - WEB PRIVACY POLICY GENERAL INTRODUCTION

This website is owned and managed by Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A. As a result of the use of this website, data relating to identified or identifiable individuals or legal entities, considered personal data as defined under Legislative Decree 196/03, may be processed. Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A., in line with current Italian data protection laws, undertakes to guarantee the privacy and the security of each website navigator's personal data, even when the Internet is accessed from abroad. This page describes the procedures used to manage the website with regard to the processing of the personal data supplied by site users. Detailed information regarding processing, as per Article 13 of Legislative Decree 196/03 – Personal Data Protection Code - is provided on each page where services are offered. These disclosure statements aim to define the data processing limits and procedures for each service so that the customer/visitor may freely provide consent and authorise collection of his/her personal data and its subsequent use.

TYPE OF DATA PROCESSED

This website offers informative and interactive content. During site navigation, information regarding the customer, or more generally regarding the visitor to the site, may be acquired as follows:

Navigation data

During normal operation, the IT systems and software procedures used to run this site collect personal data, which is implicitly transmitted through the use of Internet communication protocols. This information is not collected in order to be associated with identified data subjects, but could, by its very nature, and if processed and integrated with third-party data, allow Users to be identified. IP addresses, browser type, operating system, domain name and Web referring or exit pages, information on pages visited by the User within the site, access time, length of stay on each page, clickstream analysis and other parameters regarding the operating system and the User's IT environment all fall under this category of data. This technical/IT data is collected and used on an aggregated and anonymous basis exclusively to improve quality of service and obtain statistics on site use. This data is not associated with Users who may access this site or certain areas of it by using an authentication system based on the use of a username and password.

Data voluntarily supplied by the customer/visitor

These cases involve the customer/visitor entering his/her personal data on the site after reading detailed information in order to access personally selected services. "Opt-in" and "Opt-out" policies: in all cases, appropriate detailed information is provided and, where required, consent for the processing of personal data is obtained before a given service is activated. Said consent may be revoked at any time, whereby the ability to use the service in question is lost. Specific information is gradually provided or displayed on pages of the site that offer specific services on request.

Data from minors (under-18s)

Fiat Group Automobiles does not allow minors under 18 years of age to supply personal data.

DATA RETENTION

Data collected is retained only for the amount of time strictly necessary to achieve the purpose of the processing. Once the service has been provided, all personal data required to activate and manage the service requested will be deleted, in accordance with data retention policies, unless otherwise requested by government or legal authorities or otherwise stipulated by law.

TECNOLOGIES

Cookies

Cookies are pieces of information that may be saved in a computer during website navigation, in order to process and identify usage data. The cookie file is usually extremely small and does not take up excessive space on the computer's hard disk. The cookie is transferred to the User's disk after registration in order to "remember" the areas of the website that were visited. This allows the User to save time, by more readily reaching the main areas of a previously visited website.

Various types of cookies exist:

  • permanent cookies, which remain on the computer's hard disk, even once the browser has been closed;
  • temporary or session cookies, which are saved only for the navigation session and which are deleted from the computer when the browser is closed;
  • third-party cookies, which are generated by a website other than the one you are currently visiting.

The cookies used by Fiat Group Automobiles are a combination of these three types: some serve only to open and maintain an authenticated session (temporary cookies). In this case, closing the authentication session or browser will make them unusable both to us and to third parties, even though they physically remain on the hard disk of the computer that is used (permanent cookies). In order to offer a site that better meets customer/visitor expectations and interests, data collected using cookies is continually analysed; this data indicates exclusively and anonymously how our website is used, and what areas and sessions are of most interest and use to navigators. The customer/visitor may set his/her browser to accept all cookies, some cookies, or to refuse them. Note that failure to accept cookies may prevent us from providing the service requested in areas requiring authentication. In addition, at the end of each navigation session, the customer/visitor may delete the navigation cache memory as well as the cookies collected from his/her hard disk.

Javascript

This is a technique used as an alternative to direct analysis of Web server log files. It consists of collecting and processing navigation data using dedicated JavaScript code in the HTML pages deemed of interest. This technique is also used in newsletters sent out via email.

EXTERNAL SERVICES

"This website uses an external web analysis service provided by ADOBE, which uses JavaScript technology to allow the website to analyse how users use the website. The information generated on the use of the website by the user (including his or her IP address) will be sent and stored on ADOBE servers (ENGLAND). ADOBE will use this information in order to track and examine the use of the website, filing reports on the activities of the website for the website operators and providing other services related to website activities and Internet usage. ADOBE may also send this information to third parties where this is laid down by the law or should these third parties process the aforementioned information on behalf of ADOBE. ADOBE will not associate your IP address with any other data held by ADOBE. By using this website, the user authorises ADOBE to process his or her details for the aforementioned purposes and ends".

CONNECTION TO THIRD-PARTY SITES

It is possible to link to other websites from this site; the ability to do so is clearly indicated in order to inform the customer/visitor that he/she is leaving the Fiat Group Automobiles site. The customer/visitor should note that these sites are not the property or responsibility of Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A. as they are fully managed by other companies and/or organisations. It is therefore necessary to verify and accept their data protection policies. Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A. consequently declines all responsibility for requests and/or release of personal data to third-party sites.

OTHER FORMS OF DATA USAGE

In addition, and exclusively in the interest of law and order, observance of provisions of law regarding national security and defence, and prevention, investigation and/or prosecution of criminal offences, the data provided may be used for purposes other than those required to provide services and may be communicated to public entities, including law enforcement agencies and public and judicial authorities to allow them to perform duties that fall under their responsibility.

BEHAVIOUR INCONSISTENT WITH THE POLICY (LOYALTY)

This document has been drafted to better satisfy our customers' needs for transparency and trustworthiness and to preserve Fiat Group Automobiles company values, in particular that of protecting the privacy of collected data. For any problems or to request explanations on website content or any information contained in this document, please contact us at Fiat Group Automobiles - Customer Services - Privacy Office - Corso Agnelli, 200 - 10135 Turin - Italy.

POLICY CHANGES

This Privacy Policy governs the methods for processing personal data provided by customers/visitors when navigating our website. These methods may need to be modified as a result of new laws entering into force or after examination and updating of User services. As a result, our policy may be modified over time, and we kindly ask customers/visitors to periodically consult this page.