Cookies policy

Your security comes first.

If you’re here, it’s because you’re really into cookies. On this page we’ll explain how we use them at, and how to consult, or deactivate them.


At present, according to current legislation, it’s necessary for you to accept the cookies on our web to continue using it. To do so, you have to click on «I accept» or «OK» on the message you’ll see in the lower corner of the main page of our web.
LSSI-CE (the Law on information Society Services and Electronic Commerce) obliges everyone with a blog or a website to alert the user about the existence of cookies, provide information about them, and requires permission to download them.
Following the established in art. 22.2 of Organic Law 34/2002. “Service providers can use storage devices and the recuperation of data in terminal equipment of receivers/addressees, in the event that the same have given their consent after they were facilitated clear and complete information about their use, particularly about the ends of the data treatment, in agreement with Organic Law 15/1999, on the 13th of December, Personal Data Protection”.
Acceptance of this cookies policy indicates that you have been informed in a clear and complete way about the use of cookies, and that Duit Studio, S.L. has your consent for their use on our web, as established in article 22 of Law 34/2002, of the 11th of July, from the Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSI-CE).
Remember that when you leave our website, you can remove cookies from your browser.


A cookie is a small archive of text that a web links to your browser to recognize you as a user. Its mission is to identify your browsing habits to facilitate use and improve your experience in future visits to that site. To the contrary of what you might believe, cookies don’t store personal information such as contact data, bank information or anything else. Above all, we respect your privacy.


Our web uses our own and third-party cookies to offer a better browsing experience, so you can share content on social media, so we can show you advertisements tailored to your interests, and so we can obtain user statistics.
Because of this, the cookies used at are associated with only one anonymous user and their computer, and don’t provide any references that would allow the detection of the user’s name and cannot read the user’s hard drive or send virus in its texts. Likewise, can’t read the cookies implanted in the hard drive of the User by other servers.
The user is free to decide whether or not to allow the implantation of the cookies employed on on their hard drive. In that sense, the user can configure their browser to accept or reject by default all cookies, or to be shown a warning on their screens about each cookie and decide in that moment whether or not to allow its implantation on their hard drive. For this we advise consulting the help section of your browser to find out how to change your current configuration. Even when the User configures their browser to reject all cookies, or expressly to reject the cookies at, you can browse the Portal with only the inconvenience of not being able to use functionalities that require the installation of some cookies. In any case, the User will be able to eliminate the cookies implanted in their hard drive at any time, following the procedure established in the help section of their browser that we’ll describe below.
As the user, you can reject data and information treatment by blocking cookies through the appropriate configuration of your browser. Nevertheless, you should know that if you do, the site won’t function adequately.
According to the terms included in article 22.2 of Law 34/2002 of the Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, if you continue to browse, you’re giving your consent for the use of cookies described below.
The cookies on this web help with:

  • Ensuring the web works correctly
  • Saving you from having to log in every time you visit
  • Remembering your settings during and between visits
  • Allowing the visualization of videos
  • Improving the speed and security of the website
  • Making it possible for you to share pages from this web on social networks
  • Continuously improving the website
  • Showing you advertisements correlated with your browsing habits

On the other hand, we never use cookies for:

  • Collecting information about your personal identity (without your express permission)
  • Gathering sensitive information (without your express permission)
  • Sharing personal identity information with third parties

This web, like most webs, includes functionalities provided by third parties. It also regularly tests out new designs and services from third parties so that we can make recommendations and create reports.
This can occasionally cause modifications in the configuration of cookies and cookies that aren’t described in the present policy could appear. It’s important that you know they’re provisional cookies, and it’s not always possible to inform everyone about them. Their only purpose is study and valoration. In no case will cookies that compromise your privacy be used.
Among the most commonly used cookies there are:

  • Those generated by analysis services, concretely, Google Analytics to help the website analyze how users use the site and improve usability of the same, but in no case is this associated with data that could identify the user.
  • WordPress: we use this supply and storage platform of WordPress blogs, property of the North American company, Automattic, Inc. To that effect, the use of cookies by that system inside its platform is never under control or management of our web manager, and its cookies can change their function in any moment, and new cookies may be brought in.
  • Medium Blog: We use an external platform for our blog on “Medium”. This platform uses its own cookies, for more information see their legal disclaimer.
  • Social network cookies: The cookies on social networks may be stored in your browser while you browse the web or share content from our web on a social network.
    The companies that generate these cookies corresponding to social networks that this web uses have their own cookies policies, below you’ll find some links to the most used social networks:

    • Twitter Cookies, according to their Cookies Policy
    • Linkedin Cookies, according to their Cookies Policy
    • Facebook Cookies, according to their Cookies Policy
    • Instagram Cookies, according to their Cookies Policy
    • Youtube Cookies, according to their Cookies Policy

The implications for privacy vary depending on each social network and the privacy configuration selected on those networks. But in no case, not the manager of this web, nor the advertisers can obtain personal, identifiable information from these cookies.


To consult the cookies that webs like ours have linked to your user, you only have to look at the privacy setting on your browser. Below we’ll share the links that explain how to do so from the most commonly used browsers:
Firefox privacy configuration.
Safari privacy configuration.
Google Chrome privacy configuration.
Internet Explorer privacy configuration.
If you don’t want the website to install any cookies on your hardware, you can change your browser settings to notify you before it downloads any cookies.
You can also modify the browser settings to reject all cookies, or only third party cookies. You can also eliminate any cookies that are already on your hardware. Take into account that you’ll have to modify the settings of each browser and device you use individually.
Many browsers also allow cookies to be activated in private mode and erased at the end of your visit. Consult the private browsing options on your browser, if you’d prefer to browse this way.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to write us at Thanks for reading and showing an interest in the mostly unknown, neglected world of cookies.
Cookies Policy updated July 10, 2019.