Cookies Policy

February 2022

In this document we provide you with information about cookies, both in a general way and about the ones we use in particular.


What are cookies?

“Cookies” are small compressed text files that allow us to save data specifically related to the user’s device while he is visiting our website. Generally, when referring to “cookies” on the Internet, reference is also made to other technologies used for similar purposes: for instance, through the technical configuration of your device, or your IP address when you download complete images or simply a “pixel”, data are being collected. This allows us to recognize you when you visit our website again, to know your approximate location, the connection time, the device from which you access (fixed or mobile), the operating system and browser used, the most visited pages, the number of clicks made, among others.

What are cookies?

Web browsers usually allow you to disable the use of cookies; limit them to specific web pages or configure the browser to notify you when a cookie is placed in the device. You can also delete them at any time from your computer’s hard drive (file: “cookies”).

In most cases, a website can be accessed even if the use of cookies has been blocked in the browser settings or when they have not been accepted.

However, typically, when you block the placement of cookies, you can suffer limitations in the presentation of the website and your user interface.

Session and persistent cookies

We use the so-called “session cookies”, which are stored exclusively during the time of your visit to any of our websites.

In addition, we and our partners use “persistent cookies” to withhold information about those users who repeatedly access any of our websites.

Analytical, advertising cookies...

We use personalised advertising cookies (which we will talk about below) and web analytics cookies, to know the number of visitors to the different pages and sections of our website, their interactions and duration of their visits, place of entry and exit, to try to improve our content and its capacity to generate interaction.

We use Google Analytics, Cloudfare and Hotjar cookies to measure the results of visits and customer acquisition, and to analyse traffic and, for example, detect potentially malicious “bots”.

Cookies can also be “first-party” or “third-party” cookies

“First-party” cookies are those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a device or domain managed by Satori Graphics as editor of the website from which the services requested by the user are provided.

“Third-party” cookies are those that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment from a device or domain that is not managed by Satori Graphics, but by another organisation, which processes the data obtained through such cookies.

Information on the processing of data shared with our advertising partners

Preliminary information

In the field of online advertising, cookies and other similar technologies allow website visitors to be recognised or singled out (but not identified in the traditional sense of the word, that is, by their names, surnames, ID number or email address) and classified into groups or “audiences” based on their interests.

Knowing your interests and personalising the advertising displayed to you in accordance with them is possible thanks to the use of these cookies and similar technologies.

International data transfers

Regarding Satori Graphics advertising,  by  using  Facebook  and  Google services, we participate in the international transfer of personal data to countries with a potentially lower level of protection than that imposed by the General Data Protection Regulation. These international transfers are therefore based on standard contractual clauses.

In relation to third-party advertising, Satori Graphics’s controllership is limited to the duties of providing information and obtaining our website visitors’ consent for the purpose of using their cookies to show personalised advertising.

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