As far as I'm aware, these links don't point to the Fiat website - they point to a copy of a copyrighted CD, that someone has hosted on the Internet even though they shouldn't have.
Fair enough, if you tell me that the eLearn stuff has no resctrictions on it whatsoever, then I'm sure you've looked into it and you're right. Which begs the question why people don't just phone Alfa direct and ask for a copy.
You are basically implying that any of us that have this CD are guilty of theft.
I have a new laptop and have just installed Firefox, Thunderbird, Open Office, Picasa and WinAmp. All fantastic software which I value so where should I send my money?
There are lots of software and data products out there that are not subject to cost and have very open licensing. In my opinion it is not the case that you assume a product is copyrighted unless it says otherwise, I believe it is the responsibility of anyone who would hold copyright to make sure that it is clearly stated. On the CD it is not (unless it has been removed).
I am not aware that Alfa sell this package (so they are not losing revenue) and the installer (which is Italian) does not offer a copyright acknowledgement in the traditional manner.
In my opinion, whilst not freely offered by Alfa this is not something on which they are attempting to impose copyright.
If someone shows me different I will happily remove the software - its not that great anyway (rather vague in places).