Privacy Policy

Last Edited on 25.10.2018

By using you agree to our Privacy Policy. Please refer to the content below for details on how we collect, protect, and use your information, including Personally Identifiable Information (PII), on our website.

Which Information We Collect

When performing various actions on our website such as leaving a comment, making a purchase or joining our mailing list, you might be requested to input your full name, email, as well as your physical address in order to optimize your experience.

Apart from user inputs, we also collect visitor data via cookies; such data includes, but is not limited to, the actions you perform on the website (clicks, scrolls, etc), information about the device that is being used to view the website, as well as its location and IP address. Further information on cookies can be found below, in the separate section of this Privacy Policy.

Pertaining to COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act), none of our offers are explicitly or implicitly marketed to children under 13.

How Your Information Is Used

We use the collected information to provide better customer support, to send emails regarding your order or other products and services, as well as to improve your experience while using our website.

We also reserve the right to use non-PII data such as visitor behavior, language, and device location to improve our website’s, architecture, design, structure, and other aspects of user experience.

We do not sell or otherwise provide your PII to third parties without your explicit consent, and only to those parties which have contractually agreed to keep this information confidential. We may release your personal information in cases where it is required for law enforcement or otherwise needed to preserve others’ rights or property. Non-personal, aggregated information can be forwarded to third parties for improved marketing and other uses.

How Your Information Is Stored and Protected

The PII which is stored in our internal databases can only be accessed by those of our employees who have explicit access rights to such data; such employees are required to preserve confidentiality of PII and limit its use according to the cases listed in the previous section of this Policy.

All personal and non-personal information collected through our website can be stored indefinitely, unless its owner explicitly requests its removal – in which case we pledge to perform the latter in the most expedient manner possible.

We audit our website on a regular basis for security vulnerabilities in order to make it as safe to use as possible. We keep our server-side software up to date and aim to apply any ad-hoc patches on a timely basis.

All traffic on our website is encrypted using the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology; our SSL certificates are updated on a regular basis – in order to check their ongoing validity, you can click on the green padlock icon next to the website’s URL in your browser’s address bar.

Apart from that, we implement security best practices in all user-facing and back-end processes in order to ensure maximum safety of the information we collect and store. All purchase transactions involving payments are processed through a secure third-party gateway (2Checkout) and therefore are neither processed nor stored on our own servers.

In the unlikely event of a security breach or possible data theft we pledge to inform concerned individuals within the shortest possible time frame, and in no longer than 7 days. Any individual using our website agrees to acknowledge that we do not provide monetary compensations for any PII or non-PII loss resulting from using the site; however, we do pledge to take all possible measures to minimize the risk of any data exposure.

Sensitive Personal Information

“Sensitive Personal information” (SPI) is defined as any information about a person which reveals their racial/ethnic origin, sexual orientation, political stance, religious preferences, union membership, as well as medical and biological information (including genetic and biometric).

We do not track or collect SPI on our website. In case you do relay SPI to us, either intentionally or unintentionally, we consider that you by using our website you explicitly consent that it can be processed by us for the purpose of being deleted as fast as possible, under Article 9(2)(a) of the General Data Protection Regulation.

The Use of Cookies

Cookies are specialized files that a web resource transfers to your computer’s permanent storage through your web browser; allowing the site to recognize your browser as well as capture certain information about your visit.

We use both essential and non-essential cookies on our website, including functional, analytical and advertising types. Cookies can be used to gauge your preferences from your activity on our website, to remember your shopping cart contents, as well as to aggregate visitor activity for improving our website’s experience. Some of the cookies we use are third-party cookies, such as those provided by Google Analytics and Facebook applications embedded in our website.

The table below details the cookies which we use on our website, together with their detailed parameters and purpose:

You can choose to disable cookies on our website by using the respective option in the privacy notice overlay shown to first-time visitors, or at any time by adjusting the respective browser settings. In addition to that, you can revoke your cookie consent by clicking here.

Disabling non-essential cookies will not affect your experience on this website; disabling essential cookies might have a negative impact such as non-persistent shopping cart contents or site preferences you set for your convenience.

Your Email Addresses

In accordance with the CAN-SPAM Act, we disclose that we collect personal and/or corporate emails for the purposes of sending relevant information, responding to support inquiries, and processing orders. We never use outright false or intentionally misleading subject lines, email addresses or email copy.

We use Mailchimp as our third-party provider of on-site email subscription forms as well as periodic mailing automation. Any user of our website has the right to quickly and easily opt out of receiving any or some future emails from us by contacting us directly or using the unsubscribe link at the bottom of regular emails.

Contacting Us

For any questions regarding this Privacy Policy, as well as in case of requests for removing personal information, you may contact us using the following details or our contact form.

Satori Studio
Antonijas 26-15
Riga, LV1010 Latvia

(please remove all spaces, as well as replace [at] with @ and [dot] with a period in the email address given below)
support [at] satoristudio [dot] net