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1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that a website, when visited by the user, places on their computer or mobile device via their internet browser. Placing cookies will help the website to recognise your device the next time you visit. 

We use the term cookies in this policy to refer to all files that collect information in this way. Some cookies are essential to ensure the functionality provided, while others are intended to improve performance and user experience. You should not continue to access our website after the cookie alert if you do not agree to their use.
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    1. Accept/reject cookies
      You may at any time choose to accept or refuse the installation of cookies on your terminal by configuring the navigation software. 

      2.1 Cookie oiling 
      Registering a cookie on your terminal is at your discretion. At any time, you can express and modify your choice free of charge via the options provided by your browser software. 

      If you have agreed to cookies being saved on your device in the browser software that you use, the cookies embedded in the pages and content that you consult may be temporarily stored in a specific space on your device. In this space, they will only be readable by their issuer. 

      2.2 What is the point of accepting cookies? 
      When to visit website www.highstudio.ptthese cookies record certain information that is stored on your terminal. This information is used, in particular, to offer you products based on the items you have already selected during your previous visits, and thus allow you to benefit from better browsing on our website. 

      2.3 How to refuse cookies 
      When you refuse cookies, we nevertheless install a "refuse" cookie. This cookie allows us to remember your choice so that we do not have to ask you every time you visit whether you wish to accept or refuse cookies.
      2.4 Configuration of your browser
      The configuration of the management of cookies depends on each browser and is present in the help menu of your browser.

      In Internet Explorer
      To customise the cookie settings for a webpage
      In Internet Explorer, click on the Tools button and then Internet Options.
      Click the Privacy tab, and then click Sites.
      In the Website Address space, enter the full address (URL) of the webpage whose privacy settings you want to customise. 
      For example,
      To allow cookies from the specified webpage to be registered on your computer, click Allow. To prohibit cookies from logging the specified webpage to your computer, click Block.
      Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each webpage you want to block or allow. When done, click OK twice.

      In Safari
      Go to Preferences, click on the Privacy panel and then Manage Cookies.

      In Chrome
      Click on the Chrome menu which is situated on the browser toolbar.
      Select Settings.
      Click on Show advanced settings.
      In the "Privacy" section, click on the Content settings button.
      In the "Cookies" section you can modify the following settings:
      Eliminar cookies 
      Block cookies by default 
      Allow cookies by default
      Make exceptions for cookies from specific websites or domains.

      In Firefox
      Click on the Tools button and then on Options.
      Click the Privacy tab.
      In History, select "Use custom settings for history.
      Tick the "accept cookies" box and click on exceptions to choose the websites that will or will not be allowed to install cookies on your terminal.

      In Opera
      Preferences > Advanced > Cookies 
      Cookie preferences allow you to control how Opera manages cookies. The default setting is to accept all cookies.
      Accept cookies 
      - All cookies are accepted (by default)
      Accept cookies only from the site I visit 
      - Third-party cookies from a domain outside the one you are visiting will be refused
      Never accept cookies 
      - All cookies will be rejected
      3. Legal Notification Update
      Alta Comunicação, Lda. reserves the right to make any changes or corrections to this cookie notification. Please check this page regularly in order to review the information and check for any updates.

      This notification was updated on 01 March 2022.