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Privacy & Cookie Policy

1. Informative note
 1.1 The data you entered, including personal identification data, addresses, telephone numbers and emails, will be processed by SODS using electronic systems, and in our function as Data Controller we will use it for the sole purpose of answering your requests. Your data will not be disseminated or made available to others.
1.2 Processing your data is necessary in order for SODS to fulfil the services we offer to you.
1.3 As the concerned party, you may exercise the following rights: to ask the Data Controller to confirm the existence of your data, and to communicate such data to you in intelligible form, to be informed of the processing methods and logics, to ask for your data to be updated, integrated or erased. To exercise such rights, you may write to us at Students Of Design LIMITED, 39 Long Acre, London, WC2E 9LG at any time.
 
2. Cookie Policy
SODS uses cookies, which may include third-party cookies, to improve your navigation experience and to allow you to use our online services and display advertising in line with your preferences. The cookies used on this website are included in the categories described below. By continuing to use this website you are giving consent to cookies being used.

 2.1 What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file automatically stored on your computer in the browser. Cookies contain basic information on your use of the Internet, and by means of the browser, are recognised whenever you visit the website.

2.2 How to deactivate cookies in browsers
2.2.1 If you are using Internet Explorer
In Internet Explorer, click on ‘Tools’ and then ‘Internet Options’. On the Privacy tab, move the slider up to block all cookies or down to allow all cookies, and then click on OK.
2.2.2 If you are using Firefox
Go to the ‘Tools’ menu of the browser and select the ‘Options’ menu. Click on the ‘Privacy’ tab, deselect ‘Accept cookies’ and click on OK.
2.2.3 If you are using Safari
In Voting Browser, select ‘Edit’ and select ‘Preferences’. Click on ‘Privacy’. Set ‘Cookies Block’ to Always and click on OK.
2.2.4 If you are using Google Chrome
Click on the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar. Select ‘Settings’. Click on ‘Show advanced settings’. In the ‘Privacy’ section, click on ‘Content Settings’. In the ‘Cookies’ section, select ‘Block sites from setting any data’ or select the ‘Block third-party cookies and site data’ checkbox. Then click on OK.
If you are using another browser, search the cookie management method in the browser's settings.

2.3 Cookie management

2.3.1 Technical cookies 
2.3.1.1Activities necessary for operation
These cookies are technical and allow the site to work properly. For example, they are used to keep you connected during navigation and prevent you needing to log on again to open another page.
2.3.1.2 Preference saving activities
These cookie are used to save the preferences you select during navigation.
2.3.1.3 Statistic and audience measuring activities
These cookies help to understand, by means of data gathered in an anonymous, aggregated manner, how users interact with our websites, by providing information on the visited sections, the time elapsed on the website, and possible malfunctions. This information helps us improve the quality of our websites.

2.3.2 Third-party cookies
2.3.2.1 We use various suppliers, who in turn may install cookies for the correct operation of the services we are providing. Please click on the links provided in the following table, for more information on third-party cookies, and on how to deactivate them.
Furthermore, the http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices page provides information on behavioural advertising, and on how to deactivate or activate the listed companies which work with website managers, for collecting and using information useful for accessing advertising information.

 2.3.3 Cookies needed to provide the service 
These cookies allow us to active the following service components. The list of services used and the links to the respective cookie policy pages are shown below.

 2.3.4 Third-party statistic and audience measuring cookies
These cookies (third-party web services) provide information in anonymous/aggregated form, on how visitors navigate the website. Links to the respective cookie policy pages are provided below.
 
Company Service Type More information
Google Google Analytics: statistics system analytical cookies https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245
Google Adword campaign conversion counter conversion cookies https://www.google.com/intl/it/policies/technologies/types/

2.3.5 Advertising and remarketing proliferation cookies
These cookies (third-party advertising services) are used to send advertising and customised contents, according to the website navigation chronology. Proliferation cookie use can be deactivated by means of the following link.
 
Company Service Type More information
Google/Doubleclick Google Adword: advertising service Advertising cookies https://www.google.com/settings/u/0/ads?hl=it&sig=ACi0TCgXr8uqvKa_OfQ2M4xiVRj3nMEDB3lkpd-dmIl54m3q8aTOydNUUPfu9frvG0wfipSTZUtGDlbn20zzsgE_7VVmcHOQBw
Facebook Customer Audience, Advertising campaigns retargeting cookies https://www.facebook. com/help/cookies
Important: deactivating proliferation cookies does not means that you will not receive advertising when navigating on the website, but only that the advertising you will see, will not be selected according to your interests, and could thus be less relevant to you.

2.3.6 Social media sharing cookies
These third-party cookies are used to integrate some common functions on the major social media networks, and to provide them on the website. In particular, they allow registration on the website using Facebook and Google Connect, as well as sharing or commenting, on social networks, about the website content – enabling ‘Like’ on Facebook and ‘+1’ on G+.

Social media sharing cookie use can be deactivated via the following links.
 
Company Type More information
Facebook social media https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/your-info-on-other 
G+ social media https://www.google.com/intl/it/policies/technologies/cookies/
YouTube social media http://www.google.co.uk/intl/en/policies/privacy/ 
Twitter social media https://twitter.com/privacy 
LinkedIn social media http://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy 
Pinterest social media https://about.pinterest.com/en/privacy-policy 
 
 2.4 The Data Controller is STUDENTS OF DESIGN LIMITED -  39 Long Acre, London WC2E 9LG, UK. 
You may exercise the right to ask the Data Controller to confirm the existence of your data, and to communicate such data to you in intelligible form, to be informed of the processing methods and logics, to ask for your data to be updated, integrated or erased.
 
To exercise the aforesaid rights, you may contact the Data Controller by writing to STUDENTS OF DESIGN LIMITED address 39 Long Acre, London, WC2E 9LG, UK or by sending an email to info@sods.co.uk.