CARBODIES applies, both in law and in spirit, the protection of privacy.
Such protection is aimed at anyone who is in relationship with CARBODIES, whether they are employees, suppliers, customers, potential customers, or simple visitors to your Site.

If a visitor of the Site intends to voluntarily release the personal data of D.L.G. 196/2003, this can only be done in compliance with the rules and procedures indicated on the Site and in accordance with the above-mentioned D.L.G. 196/2003.
The release of personal data is a free choice of each visitor to the Site.
There is no personal data record in the CARBODIES Site, except as a result of precise and specific reporting to the visitor of the possibility of registering his / her personal data. In order to avoid mistakes or misunderstandings, any personal data record may, however, not occur as a result of a further and last confirmation by the visitor.

CARBODIES uses cookie technology to perform statistical surveys on your site.
A cookie is a small informational element sent from the web site contacted and stored on the hard disk by your computer browser.
TheCARBODIES site tracks the path of the cookie (so-called click stream activity, which is the registration of the paths followed by visitors to a site in the transition from one page to another), without which the user can still know or identify the user has entered the site in order to collect statistical data on the site such as visited pages, downloaded pages, etc.
We reiterate that none of this information is associated with you individually. Cookies do not capture your personal e-mail address, or any of your private information.
The information generated by tracking cookies is evaluated only in total.
CARBODIES also uses web server log files to count visitors and evaluate the technical capabilities of our site.
We use all this information to know how many people visit the Site to organize the pages as easily as possible to facilitate site navigation and to make their pages more useful to users.
We collect information about site traffic, but not about individual visitors. As a result, no information concerning you in particular can be stored or used.

If you would like to send e-mails to the Site for any reason, we would like to remind you that if any of these options require you to register your personal information, your personal data will always be kept in compliance with the Privacy Act. Therefore, any registration will take place only after your explicit and repeated consent.

As indicated in the warnings, access to the Site entails the full acceptance of the rules stated in the Site itself.
In so doing, the user who accesses the Site agrees that the applicable law to address any problems arising from access to the Site, or the Information or Objects present on the Site, is Italian law.
Likewise, you agree that the forum solely responsible for the above mentioned issues is the Forum of Monza.