Cookie Policy

In compliance with the provisions of (i) Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the Parliament European and of the Council of April 27, 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free circulation of such data and (ii) Law 34/2002, of July 11, on Information Society Services and E-Commerce, as well as any other applicable regulations on Data Protection, we provide you with expanded information in this

Cookies Policy

that is part of the

Terms and Conditions

of the website

https://solublestudio.com/

and its subdomains (hereinafter, jointly "

the Website

") that 

SOLUBLE STUDIO, SL

 (hereinafter "

SOLUBLE STUDIO

", "

us

", "

we

" or "

our

") makes available to Internet users indicating, among other things, what they are used for, and a general indication of how long they remain on the Users computer.

DATA CONTROLLER OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA

Identity: SOLUBLE STUDIO, S.L.

 (hereinafter  "

SOLUBLE STUDIO, S.L.

", "

SOLUBLE STUDIO

", "

us

", "

we

" o "

our

")


Adress:

 Carrer Dels Àngels, nº8, Principal 2 (Barcelona) (Spain)


Telephone:

+34 935 416 338


Email:

­hello@solublestudio.com

General information

This policy provides a detailed description of the cookies that are downloaded when accessing the Website.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are data packets that are stored on the device of users who visit a website that generate certain information that can be read by the server that has installed them. For example, cookies are used:

  • To allow a user to navigate through a restricted access area, once they have entered their access codes.

  • To remember user preferences (language, font, etc.)

  • To obtain information about visited pages and to offer advertising.

What cookies are installed when accessing our website?

Our Website uses its own and third-party cookies. We speak of our own cookies to refer to those that our Website installs and that are not managed by third-party companies. On the contrary, third-party or third-party cookies are not managed directly by us (although in some cases, they are downloaded from our Website). Considering their purpose, we have classified the cookies we use into the following groups:

  • Analytical cookies:

    these are cookies through which we can obtain statistics on the use of our Website. We use these cookies to understand how our Users use the Website, to detect what works and what doesn't, to optimise and improve our Website, and to ensure that our Users continue to find our Website interesting and relevant. The data we collect includes, but is not limited to, the web pages you have visited, referring pages/exit pages you have entered and exited, the type of platform you use, date/time information, and data such as the number of clicks you have made on a given page. We also use analytical cookies as part of our online advertising campaigns to see how Users interact with our Website after they have been shown an online advertisement, where advertisements from third-party websites may also appear. However, we will not know who you are because the information that we collect is anonymous.

  • Advertising cookies:

    we use our cookies and those of third parties to show you personalised advertisements on other web pages. This form of advertising is called "retargeting" and is based on activity.

  • Cookies related to the use of external services:

    they allow, for example, to share or consume content embedded in our Website

What to do to avoid the installation of cookies?

The browser can be set to automatically reject cookies. In these links, the information necessary to carry out said configuration appears:

How long do the cookies on our website remain active?

The cookies we use have a variable lifespan. The maximum useful life that we establish in them is 2 years from your last visit to our Website. You can delete all cookies from your browser at any time.

How can I recognise the website cookies?

You can find our cookies in your browser settings.

Does our website use advertising cookies and third-party analytical cookies?

Yes, our Website uses the services of recognised and trusted online companies dedicated to advertising and marketing. Our Website may also use third-party providers for analytical purposes. These companies need to insert cookies to enable their services.

Our suppliers are committed to raising consumer awareness and establishing responsible business and good standards and practices in data management.

As part of online advertising and marketing companies, we always try to work only with companies that meet the standards of the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) and/or the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB). NAI and IAB members follow industry principles and codes of conduct. Both the NAI and IAB offer the ability to

opt-out

of behavioural advertising. Go to

www.networkadvertising.org

and

www.youronlinechoices.com

to identify the NAI members who have stored cookies on your computer. If you don't want one of the NAI or IAB members to use behaviour-based reporting programmes, click in the checkbox for the company that you want to opt out of.

To understand how Google Analytics works visit the following link: 

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6081186?hl=en

Who has access to the information from the cookies of our website?

Only

SOLUBLE STUDIO

has access to the information from the cookies on our Website. Third parties that have stored cookies on your computer will have access to them.

Specific information about certain types of cookies

1. Analysis cookies

These are cookies installed on the Users' equipment by our Website, associated with the domain solublestudio.com, but managed by a third party company (Google Inc, through its Google Analytics service). They help us obtain statistical data on the browsing habits of visitors to our Website. More information about them can be obtained at the following link:

http://www.google.es/intl/es/analytics/

  • _ga:

    Used to distinguish users. Expiry:

    2 years.

  • _gid:

    Used to distinguish users. Expiry:

    24 hours.

  • _gat:

    Used to limit the percentage of requests. Expiry:

    1 minute.

  • AMP_TOKEN:

    Includes a token that can be used to retrieve a Google Analytics User ID from an AMP User ID. Other possible values ​​indicate opt-outs, requests in progress, or errors encountered retrieving a Google Analytics ID from an AMP User ID. Expiry: 30 seconds to 1 year.

  • _gac_<property-id>:

    Includes campaign information related to the user. Expiry:

    90 days.

  • _gaexp:

    Used to determine the inclusion of a user in an experiment and the expiry of the experiments in which they participate. Expiry: 90 days.

2. Cookies related to the use of external services

When browsing our Website, different cookies related to the use of external services and the inclusion of certain design complements of our page (for example, the buttons to share content on social networks or follow profiles) are installed. All of them are third party, that is, managed by other companies, specifically by:

Some of these cookies have an analytical purpose, for use by the service providers.