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Volkswagen AG uses various cookies on its websites. Cookies are small files containing configuration information that are stored on your end device. There are basically three categories of cookies: cookies that are essential for the functionality of the website (“Functional Cookies”), cookies that increase the comfort of a website visit and, for example, save your language settings (“Comfort Cookies”), and cookies that are used to create a pseudonymised user profile (“Tracking Cookies”).

The processing of the Function Cookies is necessary to enable your visit to the website (cf. Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. b GDPR).

The legal basis for Comfort Cookies is a legitimate interest (Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f GDPR). The legitimate interest is providing comfort when visiting the website. You can object to data processing at any time with effect for the future. Further information can be found in our privacy policy.

Tracking Cookies are only set if the website visitor has given their consent (Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. a GDPR). Consent is given via the so-called cookie banner, which must be actively clicked on.

You can find further information on the Tracking Cookies used by us in our privacy policy.

Furthermore you can revoke your consent to the data processing described above by using the listed cookies and tracking tools at any time with effect for the future by clicking on the following link and changing your currently set preferences in our Cookie Consent Manager:

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The following cookies are used on this website:

Cookie name Purpose of use Storage period Type of cookie
VWAG_PRIVACY_BANNER_VIEWED_INDUSTRIALCLOUD This cookie saves the information that the user has accepted the Cookie-Policy-Banner. The value is either TRUE or FALSE.  1 year Functional Cookies
VWAG_PRIVACY_MODAL_VIEWED_INDUSTRIALCLOUD This cookie saves the information that the user has accepted the "Necessary Cookies". The value is either TRUE or FALSE.  1 year Functional Cookies
VWAG_PRIVACY_ANALYTICS_INDUSTRIALCLOUD This cookie saves the information that the user has accepted the "Analytics & Personalisation". The value is either TRUE or FALSE.  1 year Functional Cookies
disclaimer_<ID> This cookie stores whether the user has agreed to the disclaimer of a particular page. <ID> unique identification of the page containing the disclaimer.  6 month Functional Cookies
collection This cookie stores the list of pages the user has added to their folder.  1 year Functional Cookies
socialOpt_fbSecurity-de This cookie stores whether the user has given their consent for the data transfer of the Social Media 'like' function.    6 month Functional Cookies
socialmedia.filters This cookie stores the filter settings that the user has configured on the social media page.    1 year Functional Cookies
s_cc The cookie determines if cookies are enabled in the user’s browser settings.  Session Tracking Cookies
s_dl The cookie stores the number of days since a user last visited the webpage.  Session Tracking Cookies
s_sq The cookie stores information about the previous links on the pages being measured that were clicked on by the user. This information is used to compile a ClickMap. An Adobe Analytics ClickMap is a graphic representation of the total number of clicks by a user on the site.    Session Tracking Cookies
s_vi The cookie tracks users by determining the “Unique Visitor” ID and Timestamp. This allows Adobe Analytics to identify a user on a returning visit.  2 years Tracking Cookies
s_fid The cookie tracks users by determining the Unique Visitor. The cookie is a fallback cookie in case the s_vi cookie normally used for this purpose is blocked..    2 years Tracking Cookies
s_depth The cookie counts the number of pages the user has opened during the visit. Each time the user opens a new page the size of the visit is increased by 1.  Session Tracking Cookies
s_invisit The cookie identifies whether the user is arriving at the domain for the first time. The value is either TRUE or FALSE.  Session Tracking Cookies
s_ppv When a customer leaves a page the cookie stores the percent of the page viewed by the user. This is relevant, e.g., for pages where the user can scroll down (percent per page viewed).  Session Tracking Cookies
s_tbm The cookie identifies the marketing channel through which the user accessed the page. One possible marketing channel is paid advertisements on Google.  30 minutes Tracking Cookies
s_vnum The cookie stores the number of visits by a Unique Visitor. This makes it possible, e.g., to capture return frequency of a visitor over a 30-day period.  30 days Tracking Cookies
sc_appvn The cookie stores the number of visits per application. Each application measured by Adobe Analytics is given a tracking name. For example, the Car-Net portal has the application name of “Car-Net”.  2 years Tracking Cookies
sc_fv The cookie identifies the version of Flash Player the user has installed on his system.  Session Tracking Cookies
sc_prevpage The cookie identifies the Volkswagen page previously visited by the user (previous page).  Session Tracking Cookies
sc_prop32 The cookie identifies the current application. Car-Net is one application captured in Adobe Analytics tracking.  Session Tracking Cookies
ssc_tsev The cookie enables or is the prerequisite for calculating the time spent on a visit using the sc_tsv cookie.  Session Tracking Cookies
sc_tsv The cookie stores the time spent on a visit to the website based on the information from the sc_tsev cookie.  Session Tracking Cookies
sc_c68 The cookie issues a custom timestamp for the visit. The date and time of the visit to the page are recorded, making it possible to track the sequence of the actions of the anonymous user. The cookie is set once at the beginning of the visit to the page.  Session Tracking Cookies
sc_tsp The cookie issues a current timestamp for the customer’s visit. Unlike the sc_c68 cookie, this cookie is set at the beginning of each individual page view so that the duration of the visit to the page can be measured.  Session Tracking Cookies

Status: March 2020

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