We are delighted at all the interest shown in our website. Protecting your privacy is very important to us. The following will give you detailed information as to how we handle your personal data.

The surveying, processing and usage of your private details

You can visit our site without entering your personal details. We only retain your access data, without any reference to identifying factors such as your Internet provider, the site through which you reached us, or the names of files you wished to access. This data will only be used to improve our service and will never lead to any attempt at personal contact.
Personal data will only be retained if the client gives permission, for example by opening a customer account, registering an instrument or signing up for our news letter. Unless we have your specific permission, your details will only be used for the above-mentioned purposes. If you subscribe to our newsletter, your e-mail address may be used, with your permission, for our own advertising purposes, until you cancel your subscription. Cancellation is possible at any time.

The use of cookies

We make use of cookies on some pages to enhance the experience of visitors to our website and to facilitate certain functions. These are small files that can be installed onto your computer. Most of the cookies we use will be deleted from your hard drive as soon as your browser visit comes to an end (known as session cookies). Other cookies will remain stored on your computer and allow us to recognise your device at your next visit (known as long term cookies). These cookies are used in conjunction with your username and save you the trouble of having to re-enter your password or fill out further documents when you make an order. Our business partners are not allowed to access these cookies via the website, or make use of them in any way.

Privacy policy for the use of Google Analytics

This website makes use of the web analyser Google Analytics. Source is Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. Google Analytics uses the aforementioned ‘cookies’(text files that can be stored on your computer to analyse your usage of our website). Any information concerning your usage of our website that derives from cookies will mostly be transferred by Google to a US based server and stored there.
When this website’s IP-Anonymisation is activated, your IP address will, however, be abbreviated by Google in countries belonging to the European Union and in those with legal affiliations to the EEC. Only in exceptional cases will the full IP address be transferred by Google to the USA and abbreviated there. Google will use this information, on behalf of the authors of this website, to evaluate your usage of the site and to compile reports on website activity and to report back to us on website and Internet-related services. The IP address conveyed by your browser to Google Analytics will not be merged with other Google data.
You can prevent cookie storage by adjusting the relevant settings in your browser software. If you do choose to use these settings, you may not be able to enjoy the full benefits of our website. Furthermore, you can prevent the tracking or processing of any data related to cookies or to your usage of the website (including your IP address) by Google, by downloading and installing the browser plug-in, available through the following link: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de
You can prevent the recording of your data through Google Analytics by clicking on the following link. This installs an opt-out cookie, which will prevent any transfer of your data during future visits to the website. Deactivate Google Analytics
You can find more information about terms of use and privacy protection by clicking on: http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/de.html or https://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/. We would draw your attention however to the fact that on our website, Google Analytics is further enhanced by the code ‘anonymizeIp’, to ensure an anonymous recording of IP addresses, (known as IP masking).
(Source: www.datenschutzbeauftragter-info.de)

Google’s advertising network, re-marketing and double-click

Google makes use of the double-click cookie on websites that are part of their advertising network and on certain Google services, to support Ad-Words customers and publishers when posting advertisements and in website maintenance. When you connect with a website and then click on an advertisement displayed on that website, a double-click cookie may be filed on your browser. The double-click cookie evaluation on your browser is the same one that comes into play when you visit a website and double-click on an advertisement. If your browser already contains a double-click cookie, you should not download another one.

You can find further information about double-click cookies, in conjunction with the double-click advertising program, among the many online queries on the subject of double-click data protection.
In addition, our website uses Google Analytics re-marketing for online advertising. This contains cookies from third parties, including Google. Through the combined use of firsthand cookie suppliers (for example Google Analytics cookies), and third-party cookies (for example double-click cookies), advertisements can be submitted, improved and evaluated based on your earlier visits.
Re-marketing helps to collect and store anonymous information about your Internet surfing habits (targeting/re-targeting). With the help of cookies these files are stored on your computer. Based on algorhythms, the resulting personalized product recommendations can be displayed on other websites in the form of banners (so-called publishers). In no circumstance, however, can these files be used to identify you as a visitor to our website. The data collected will only be used to improve what we offer.

Google Tag Manager

Our website also uses Google Tag Manager. This enables website tags to be managed through an interface. Google Tag Manager (that implements the tags) is a cookie-free domain and contains no files relating to individuals. The software assists the triggering of other tags, which in their turn may contain such files. Google Tag Manager makes no use of these files. When at domain or cookie level de-actification is undertaken, this action accounts for all tracking tags implemented by Google Tag Manager.

Privacy policy for the use of Share This plug-ins

We use plug-ins from bookmarking service Share This, marketed by ShareThis Inc. (‘ShareThis’), 250 Cambridge Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94306, USA. If you click on a website that uses integrated Share This buttons and upload them, Share This ‘sees’ your IP address and that you are currently visiting the Duesenberg website. Share This plugins enable Internet users to access available bookmarks to other websites and to make links to relevant social media websites such as Twitter, Facebook or Google +1, and post, or rather recommend, their contents. Should a user be a registered member of a social media network (Twitter, Facebook or Google +1) and uses one of the Share This buttons included on our website, future visits can be assigned to the relevant network.
Further information regarding the surveying, evaluation and processing of your data through Share This and your rights based on its use can be found in the Share This Privacy Policy www.sharethis.com/legal/privacy/
If you don’t wish your visit to our website to be assigned through your user agreements to the various social media networks or bookmarking services, we recommend that you don’t use the relevant Share This button on our website, or alternatively decline the use of Share This via their ‘opt out’ link. The opt-out buttons for Share Tracking can also be found under www.sharethis.com/legal/ privacy/

The use of YouTube plug-ins (videos)

Our website makes use of YouTube plug-ins (YouTube.de/YouTube.com), operated, via Google Inc., by YouTube, LLC, Cherry Ave., USA. When you search for us on the Internet using a website equipped with these plug-ins, a connection is set up to YouTube’s server and the plug-in will be shown via a message on your browser. Through this action the YouTube server will know which of our websites you have visited. If you are logged in as a YouTube member, YouTube will assign this information to your personal account on their platform. When using these plug-ins, for example by clicking on the start button of a video or posting a comment, information will be assigned to your YouTube user account. This process can only be avoided by logging out before using the plug-ins. Information regarding the surveying and usage of data obtained through the platform and/or plug-ins can be found under privacy tips: http:// www.youtube.de/t/privacy

The use of Twitter plug-ins

Functions of the Twitter service are also included on our web pages. These functions are operated by Twitter Inc., Twitter, Inc. 1355 Market St, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA. By using Twitter and its ‘re-tweet’ function, websites you have visited can be linked to your Twitter account and made available to other users. This action also involves the transfer of data to Twitter.
Please note that we, as the party responsible for our website, have no knowledge of the content of data thus transferred, nor of its use by Twitter. You can find further information on this topic in Twitter’s Privacy Policy: http://twitter.com/privacy.
You can alter the privacy settings in your Twitter account in Account Settings: http:// twitter.com/account/settings ändern.

The use of Facebook plug-ins

As part of our Internet presence we have included plug-ins from the social media network Facebook. Facebook is a subsidiary of Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA.
For every user connection to any one of our Internet websites equipped with such a plug-in, the plug-in enables the chosen browser to load the visual representation of Facebook’s own plug-ins. The Facebook server will thus be aware of which particular one of our Internet websites you are currently viewing.
If you are a Facebook member and are logged into Facebook while visiting one of our websites, Facebook recognizes the information conveyed via the plug-in which tells it which of our websites you are currently viewing, and transfers this to your personal Facebook user account. When you use one of the plug-ins, for instance by clicking a ‘like’ button or by leaving a comment, this action will be sent to your personal Facebook user account and stored there. Additionally, the fact that you made use of our Internet presence, will be conveyed to Facebook, irrespective of whether you activate a plug-in or not.
To avoid the transfer and storage of your personal information and surfing habits to Facebook, you must log out of Facebook before visiting any of our websites. You can find more detailed information about the transfer and storage of data on Facebook, about your online rights and about how to adjust your settings to protect your privacy on Facebook’s data protection page: https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/

Freedom Of Information

As stated in the national data protection act, you have the right to free information about your stored data, as well as, where necessary, its correction, blocking or removal.

Further information and contacts

If you have further queries on the subject of data protection, please contact us. For questions on the subject of surveys, the processing or use of your personal data, general enquiries, corrections, blocking of data or its removal, or the revoking of previous agreements, please contact us via e-mail at: