Privacy Policy

Most Ferrari owners and enthusiasts value their privacy – a lot. That’s why will never sell or rent your email address or contact information, period. In fact, other than two exceptions noted below, your personally identifiable information will not leave this website except to accomplish our operations, for example, backing up our servers.

The two exceptions are as follows:

1. In order to properly document the history of Ferrari of Los Gatos, we need to collect content and cite its source. For this reason, per our Terms of Use, when you publish content on you give us the right to use that content in any of our future publications. In addition, your name is required so that should your content be selected for inclusion in a future publication we may cite your name as the source, if necessary; and

2.We reserve the right to include advertisements in our emails to you, although you may unsubscribe at any time. We may also include advertisements in our publications. This is important to note because in some cases your IP address may be visible to a third party when the ad is served.

Of course, any images, text, or other content you post becomes published content and is therefore not subject to this Privacy Policy. Once disclosed, they also become available to the general public via the Internet essentially forever, so please keep this in mind when posting.

This Introduction is for your convenience only; our actual Privacy Policy follows.

Our Privacy Policy and the websites and other publications it operates (“our publications”) collect user information from our customers, visitors, users and others (“our users”), and this policy details the use and disclosure of such information. The purpose of publishing our Privacy Policy is to help you make an informed decision regarding whether to use or continue to use our publications.

Our Privacy Policy is a part of and subject to our Terms of Use. Your use of our publications and any personal information you provide remain subject to our Terms of Use and this Privacy Policy.

Note that any text, images, or other content that our users post becomes published content and is therefore not considered personally identifiable information subject to this Privacy Policy.
Any information that you voluntarily disclose online – for example in posts or comments – becomes available to the general public and can be viewed or collected by any third party. This information may be available on the internet once disclosed, whether in our archives or those of third parties.

What Types of Information Do We Collect?

Information Provided by Users

We collect the content you provide when you participate in the activities of our publications – e.g., when commenting or posting – including personally identifiable information such as your name and email address. The information about the content you provide, for example, the date a file was created or the location a picture was taken, is also indirectly collected.


When you visit our publications we may send one or more “cookies” to the browser on your computer. A cookie is a small text file containing alphanumeric characters that is used to uniquely identify a browser on a computer. We may use session cookies, which are temporary and removed when you close your browser. Or we may use persistent cookies, which remain after your browser closes, and are used to remember your settings on subsequent visits to our publications.

Your browser’s help section can typically give you information about how to disable cookies, clear cookies, or be notified when a cookie is set, etc. However, please be aware that some features of our publications may not function correctly or at all without the use of cookies.

Log File Information

When you access any website, your browser sends information to that website, including things such as your internet request, IP address, browser type, language, platform type, cookies and so forth. Our servers may record this information. Similarly, interacting with any blog – reading, commenting, posting – creates information, and our servers may record this information, including the types of content you view or engage with, as well as the frequency or duration of those activities.

How Do We Use the Information We Collect?

Per our Terms of Use, when you publish content on – for example, by posting or commenting – you grant us the right to use that content in any of our future publications, including documentaries, books, other websites, and so forth. Should we select that content for inclusion in one of our publications, we may choose to cite your name as the source.

If you provide personally identifiable or other information to our publications, we may use that information to operate and maintain our publications.

We may use your email address or other information to send marketing or other commercial messages, however not without your consent, unless part of a specific program or feature for which you can opt-in or opt-out as you choose.

We may however use your email address or other information without further consent for administrative or other non-marketing purposes, for example, to notify you about changes to this policy.

When Do We Share the Information We Collect?

Other than the two exceptions noted below, we do not share your personally identifiable information with any third party except to accomplish our operations, for example, backing up our servers or emailing our users.

First, should your content be selected for inclusion in one of our publications, we may choose to cite your name as the source.

Second, we reserve the right to allow third-party companies called ad servers or ad networks to serve ads within our publications or the emails we send out. This is important to note because when these ads are sent to your browser or mail tool, they automatically receive your IP address, and may also send cookies or use other mechanisms to personalize or measure the effectiveness of their ads.

We may also share non-personally-identifiable information – such as anonymous usage data, platform types, number of clicks, etc. – with third parties to help them understand usage patterns for certain features, functions, content, services, advertisements, or promotions in our publications.

Your information may be shared between our publications, and in the event of changes to the ownership or control of all or part of our publications, your information may be transferred or assigned to the new owner.

In the event of bankruptcy or similar conditions, we may be unable to control how your information is shared. Similarly, although we employ commercially reasonable safeguards to protect your information, we cannot, and explicitly do not, guarantee that your information will not be accessed, disclosed, altered, or destroyed by a security breach or accidentally.

Finally, we may release your personally identifiable or other information as required by law, or in the good-faith belief that doing so is made necessary by law or by a court order, subpoena, or search warrant.

We also reserve the right to disclose your personally identifiable or other information that we in good faith believe is both appropriate and necessary to enforce our Terms of Use, protect ourselves against liability, investigate and/or defend against any third-party claims or allegations, assist law enforcement or other government agencies, preserve the integrity or security of our publications, or protect the personal safety, rights, and property of our publications, our users, and others.

Does This Privacy Policy Ever Change?

This policy may be updated periodically, so please visit this page occasionally to keep abreast of any changes. Your continued use of any of our publications constitutes your agreement to this Privacy Policy, including its revisions.

Questions about our Privacy Policy? Please feel free to contact us.


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