Privacy and Cookies Policy

This cookie policy has the specific purpose of illustrating the types, how to use and to provide guidance about the action to refuse or delete cookies on the website smarckstudio.com
a. What are cookies and how they are used
Cookies are strings of text sent by a web server (e.g. website) at the user’s Internet browser, the latter automatically stored on the user’s computer and automatically resubmitted to the server at each occurrence or subsequent access to the site
By default almost all web browsers are set to accept cookies automatically.
Web sites use or can use, also in combination with each other, the following categories of cookies, divided according to the classification proposed in the Opinion 04/2012 concerning the exemption from consent for use of cookies issued by the Working Group under art. 29 in the European Community (available here: http://ec.europa.eu/justice/data-protection/article-29/documentation/opinion-recommendation/files/2012/wp194_it.pdf#h2-8):
“session that are stored on a user’s computer for mere technical-functional needs, to the transmission of session identifiers required to allow safe and efficient exploration of the site; they delete at the end of session” (hence the name) with the closing of the browser. This type of cookie avoids the use of other computer techniques potentially prejudicial for the confidentiality of users ‘ browsing;
“persistentthat remain stored on your computer’s hard drive until they expire or delete from users/visitors. Using persistent cookies which visitors access the site (or any other users who use the same computer) are automatically recognized at each visit. Persistent cookies satisfy many features in the interest of surfers (like for example the use of language or the navigation cart registration in online shopping. However, persistent cookies may also be used for promotional purposes or, even, for purposes of dubious legality. Visitors can set the computer‘s browser so that it accepts/wastes all cookies or display a warning each time a cookie is offered, in order to assess whether to accept it or not. The user is entitled, however, to modify the default configuration (the default) and disable cookies (i.e. block them definitively), setting the security level higher.
These two types of cookies (session and persistent) can in turn be
first part when they are managed directly by the owner and/or Manager of website
third party when cookies are designed and managed by foreign managers to the web site visited by the user.
b. How they work and how do I delete cookies
The operating mode and the options to restrict or block cookies, can be made by changing the settings of your Internet browser.
You can also visit the site in English, www.aboutcookies.org to learn how to manage/delete cookies based on the type of browser used.
To delete cookies from your Internet browser of your smartphone/tablet, you should refer to the user manual of the device.
For more info please refer also to the excellent Google Guide: https://www.cookiechoices.org/
c. List of cookies on the web site smarckstudio.com
As reported at sub a), cookies may be beyond that and also persistent session by third party. The latter fall under the direct and sole responsibility of the same manager and are divided into the following macro-categories:
Analitycs. Are cookies used to collect and analyse statistical information on access/web site visits. In some cases, associated with other information such as the credentials submitted for access to reserved areas (your e-mail address and password) can be used to profile the user (personal habits, sites visited, downloaded content, types of interactions, etc.).
For example, Google Inc. for information, aggregate statistics useful to evaluate the use of the web site and the activities conducted by the visitor, stores the information collected by cookies on servers that may be located in the United States or other countries. Google reserves the right to transfer the information collected by its cookies to third parties where this is required by law or where the third party process information on its behalf. Google ensures not to associate your IP address with any other data held in order to obtain a user’s profile by more detail. More information about privacy and their use are available directly on the websites of the respective handlers.
Widgets. This category includes all those graphic components of a user interface of a program, which aims to facilitate the user interaction with the program itself. Examples are facebook cookies widget, google + twitter. More information about privacy and their use are available directly on the websites of the respective handlers.
Advertsing. Fall into this category cookies used to advertise within a site. Google, Tradedoubler fall into this category. More information about privacy and their use are available directly on the websites of the respective handlers.
• Web beacons. Fall into this category code snippets that allow a web site to transfer or collect information through the request of a graphic image. Web sites can use them for different purposes, such as analysis of the use of the web sites, monitoring and reporting on the advertising and advertising and content customization.
The blog uses ANONYMIZED Google Analytics: analytics cookies are considered technicians if used only for optimization and if IP users are kept anonymous. We inform you that this site uses the free Google Analytics service.
Note that the data is used only for the data of most visited pages, the number of visitors, aggregate data for visits, operating system, browser etc. These parameters are stored on Google servers that governs the Privacy according to these guidelines.
The code used for anonymizing IP addresses with Google Analytics is the following: ga (‘ set ‘, , true anonymizeIp);
Interaction with social networks and external platforms
+1 button widget and Google + social, I like Button and Facebook social widget, Tweet Button and social widget of Twitter and LinkedIn button for sharing. Use: cookies and usage data.
“+1” button and Google + social widgets (Google Inc.)
The +1 button and Google + social widgets (including the comments) are services to interact with the Google + social network provided by Google Inc.
Personal data collected: cookies and usage data.
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“I like” button and Facebook social widgets (Facebook, Inc.)
The “likebutton and Facebook social widgets are interacting with the Facebook social network, provided by Facebook, Inc.
Personal data collected: cookies and usage data.
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“Tweet” button and Twitter social widgets (Twitter, Inc.)
The Tweet button and Twitter social widgets are services to interact with the Twitter social network, provided by Twitter, Inc.
Personal data collected: cookies and usage data.
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Button and social widget Linkedin (Linkedin, Inc.)
The button widget and Linkedin are social interaction services with the social network Linkedin, provided by Linkedin Inc.
Personal data collected: cookies and navigational Data and usage.
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Button and social widget Vimeo (Vimeo, LLC.)
The button widget and Vimeo are social interaction services with the social network Vimeo, provided by Vimeo, LLC
Personal data collected: cookies and navigational Data and usage.
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