Copyright, trademarks and other Industrial Property Rights
This web site, including all contents, graphics, code and software used on or incorporated into it, and the arrangement or integration of all such content, graphics, code and software, are subject to copyrights held by or licensed to Alpine Electronics (Europe) GmbH ("ALPINE"), and all rights thereto are specifically reserved. Any use, storage, alteration or reproduction of the images, graphics, symbols, logos, sound, video, animation or text documents in any format and any combination thereof found on this site is subject to the prior written consent of ALPINE, which can be revoked at any time.
The words "Alpine" and "Alpine Europe", the Five Striped Alpine logo, and the names, images, and pictures identifying Alpine's products and services are the proprietary marks of ALPINE. These marks, and any colorable imitation of such, may not be used in any manner or for any purpose without the prior written consent of ALPINE. Nothing contained on this web site shall be construed as conferring in any manner any license or right under the proprietary rights of ALPINE or any third party.
You agree to access the website and its content at your own risk. ALPINE cannot be held liable for damage or injury resulting from access or the impossibility of access or from the use or impossibility of use of this website or from the fact that you have relied on information given on this website. ALPINE has compiled the information provided on this website with the utmost care. The information on this website is purely for the purpose of presenting ALPINE and its products. No representation is made or warranty given, for the completeness or correctness of the information on this website. Should you require any advice or instructions concerning our products, please contact us directly.
Links to third party websites are provided to users only for the sake of convenience. Users access such websites at their own risk. By providing such links, ALPINE does not give its approval to their contents. Neither does ALPINE accept any responsibility for the availability or the contents of such websites or any liability for damage or injury resulting from the use of such contents, of whatever form.
The products presented here are presented solely for the purpose of promoting products available for and to be used within the European Union. ALPINE makes no representation that such products are appropriate or available for use in any other locations. Those who choose to access this site from locations outside the European Union do so on their own initiative and are responsible for compliance with all local laws.
Any legal claims or lawsuits in conjunction with this website or its use are subject to the interpretation of the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany, except for the provisions of international private law and the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods.
When using our services, you might be asked for personal information. Answering to these questions is voluntary. Your personal data will be stored and used according to the applicable data protection law.
The personal data collected via this website, will be used for purposes of performing contracts and for answering your requests. Using your data for purposes of consultation, marketing or market research will take place only with your explicit agreement.
If your agreement concerning the above-mentioned purposes covers also the transfer of data to related companies of Alpine Electronics (Europe) GmbH or other third parties mentioned in the declaration of consent, we are allowed to transfer your data. Otherwise, no transfer of data will take place.
Your consent can be revoked at any time with effect for the future, by contacting us.
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The aim of this Cookies list is to provide you with an understanding as to what types of cookies we use on our site.
We will try to inform you, before you receive cookies, and will try to cover all cookies in this list that we or our technology partners use. Please be aware that there may be a delay in updating this list. If you do notice that cookies are getting set without informing you or without being listed here, be sure to contact us and let us know. We will work as soon as possible on the update of the cookie-listing and/or overcome the hindrance of not informing you before setting the cookie.
We use the following cookies:
Category 1 – Flash-Cookie
The Flash-cookie remembers your settings (e.g. volume) when using the flash video player and stores the default settings for your next visit. Even if you have adjusted in your browser settings that you do not want cookies on your computer, you may be asked, if the flash player may store information. The reason for this is that they are not HTTP cookies. They are only used by the flash applications and have nothing to do with other Internet access protection or security settings you may have set on your browser.
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We use plug-ins from the social network "facebook.com" on this website. "Facebook" is operated by the Facebook Inc., with its registered seat in 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA.
If you visit a web site with such a plug-in you will be automatically connected with the Facebook server. At the same time the web browser is notified and the plug-in appears on the web site. Hereby Facebook gets the information of which web sites you have visited.
If you are logged in to Facebook at the time the plug-in is activated, Facebook will classify the information as belonging to your Facebook account. By using these plug-ins (e.g. clicking on “Like”-buttons or commenting) Facebook also classifies this information as belonging to your account. If you want to prevent that you have to log out.
Find more information about the data collection and data use by Facebook as well as your rights and possibilities to protect your privacy in the “Data Use Policy” of Facebook.
2 clicks for data security:
The “like it” buttons can help you to easily share interesting content from our webpage with your friends and colleagues. However, when integrated without an activation method, such buttons may already lead to a transfer of information to the operators of network platforms, including the URL of the current page plus an identifier that can be linked directly to a user’s Facebook, Twitter or Google account.
In order to protect your data security, Alpine provides you the 2 clicks data security function. By default, social “like it” buttons on the Alpine website are not activated. They can be activated with a first click on the button. With the second click you can then send your referral for the specific page which you wish to recommend.
Alpine Electronics (Europe) GmbH
Tel: +49 (0)89 - 32 42 64 - 0
Fax: +49 (0)89 - 32 42 64 - 241
commercial register munich, HRB 152868
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