MotoMatters.com takes privacy seriously. We do not share your data with any other persons, companies, or organizations. We store cookies on your devices solely for the reasons set out below. To find out more about what cookies are, see this resource. If privacy is a concern, consider installing and using a browser such as Brave.
- To enable users to log on. If you are a registered user, you will need cookies enabled to be able to log on and comment. If you are a subscriber, you will need cookies enabled to access exclusive subscriber content.
- For external services:
Google Analytics: We use Google Analytics to track user statistics. These statistics are anonymized and handled by Google. You can enable "Do not track" on your profile to avoid being tracked, or log in to Google to manage your data.
Google Doubleclick for Publishers: We use Google DFP to serve ads to non-subscribers. We are currently reviewing this, and may move to a better, less public platform.
Social Media: The links for sharing, such as Twitter and Facebook, connect to those social media platforms. If you are logged in to those social media platforms, they may collect data on you. You can manage that data on those platforms.
User registration data / MotoMatters.com store data
User registration data and purchase history is stored in a secure database on the MotoMatters.com server. No credit card or other financial details are stored on our servers. We do not share user registration data or MotoMatters.com store data with any other body. The only use we make of that data is to separate out store purchases based inside and outside the EU, for the purposes of VAT reporting. That data is anonymized before use.