Legal notice

By visiting, viewing or using the pages of the present website (hereafter the “Website”) belonging to Auriga S.p.A. (hereafter “Auriga” or the “Company”), visitors (hereafter “Visitors” or “the Visitor”) accept the contents of the Legal Notice below.

  1. Disclaimer
    Access to this WebWebsite implies acceptance of the terms and conditions that follow, as governed by national and European regulations. Except as otherwise specified, materials published on the Website, including images, graphic design, distinctive marks, software applications, codes and script formats used in its implementation, as well as, in general, any material and services presented on it (hereafter “Content”), are the property of Auriga and are protected by copyright. All rights are reserved.Therefore, said Content and all of its constituent parts may not be copied, modified, downloaded, transmitted, displayed, distributed to third parties, or disseminated by any means, unless expressly authorized in writing by Auriga or otherwise allowed; and in general, any modification or utilization of data or material derived from the Website, in any form, through extant media and technologies or those developed in the future, is forbidden unless otherwise provided.Auriga takes care that the information contained in the Website respects the obligations of reliability, correctness, accuracy, completeness and up-to-dateness; nevertheless, Auriga assumes no responsibility regarding whether the data is correct, complete or up-to-date on the Website or on other sites connected to this one and accessible through links.

    We consequently shall not be held liable for errors of omission beyond our control or for any decision based on information found on the Website, any such decision being the exclusive responsibility of the Visitor.

    Auriga assumes no responsibility for any damage, whether direct or indirect, particular or consequential, and/or any harm (particularly of a financial or commercial nature) caused by consultation of the Website and/or by use (whether authorized or not) of the information therein, and therefore also by any inadequate updating of that information.

    Auriga reserves the right to modify at any time and at its discretion the contents and the functional and operational procedures of the Website and of any services offered.

    Even though Auriga adopts appropriate measures to eliminate computer viruses in files accessible through the Website, it is recommended that you use an efficient and up-to-date antivirus program before opening and using the files.

    Auriga assumes no responsibility for any materials created or published by third parties to which the Website provides links. Anyone who decides to visit a website linked to the Website does so at his or her own risk, assuming the burden of taking all necessary steps against viruses or other harmful elements. Links to other Websites are indicated merely for the Visitor’s convenience, without any guarantee, of any nature, concerning those websites and their contents. Auriga’s responsibility in this regard is expressly excluded.

  2. Cookies
    Cookies are short text files that are downloaded onto a Visitor’s computer when he or she visits a web site. Cookies are used in various ways, for example: to allow more efficient navigation through the pages, to recall preferred sites and, in general, to improve the browsing experience. Cookies also help assure that any advertising viewed online will be better directed at Visitors and their interests.Depending on cookies’ purpose and characteristics, the Visitor’s consent may be necessary before they are installed on the computer being used.These cookies are used to facilitate surfing by the Visitor, thus allowing the site to “recall” some of the choices made.

    There are differents sorts of cookies:

    1. Browser and/or session cookies: these serve to guarantee normal browsing and use of the website.
    2. Analytics cookies: these collect information on the number of visitors and how visitors view the website’s pages, such as which pages and sections of pages are the most viewed and which pages send malfunction messages. The data is gathered in aggregated and anonymous form.

Some cookies (session cookies) remain active until the browser is closed. Others “survive” the browser closing and are available at the visitor’s succeeding visits to the website.

These cookies are said to be persistent and their duration is determined by the server at the time they are created. In some cases an expiration date is set; in others, the duration is indefinite.

Auriga does not use persistent cookies. Nevertheless, when browsing the pages of Auriga’s websites, you may interact with websites managed by third parties, which may create or modify permanent or profiling cookies.

Visitors to the website may decide whether or not to accept cookies in their browser settings.

N.B.: total or partial disabling of technical cookies can compromise use of the site’s features reserved for visitors. On the other hand, use of public content is possible even if cookies are completely disabled.

Disabling “third party” cookies does not in any way diminish navigability.

The setting can be defined specifically for different websites and web applications. Furthermore, the best browsers permit setting different parameters for “proprietary” and “third party” cookies.

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