Information note on the use of cookies

What are cookies?

A cookie is a text-only string, which the site visited sends to the user (usually to the browser) for various purposes. According to the instructions of the data protection authority, they can be divided in technical and profiling cookies. 
How is the use of cookies authorized? The user expresses his/her own consent to the use of cookies, by clicking on the button “I agree” in the banner placed on top of the first page of websites. 

 

Types of existing cookies:

Technical cookies: they are sed to provide an analysis service in order to improve interaction of users with the site and to assure its correct operation.

Profiling cookies: they allow to send advertisement messages in line with the preferences and the choices, arising from the web surfing activities of each user.

Third party cookies: they are cookies, set by a website, different from the one, which the user is currently visiting. Since Q&B Grafiche is not able to check the spreading of the cookies of third parties, nor to block them, we invite you, therefore, to visit the website www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/? 

Consent

The visitors, clicking on the button “I agree”, on the appropriate banner, which appears automatically upon visiting the website, give consent to the use of cookies. 

Cookies used by Gekoprint

Here below is the list of the technical and analytic (third parties) cookies, used on this site:

__utma

Analytic: “permanent” cookie, as it does not expire, it tracks both the number of visits to the site relating to the cookie and the date of the first and last visit.

__utmb __utmc

Analytic: the cookies B and C calculate together the duration of the visit. __utmb registers the exact moment, in which a visitor enters in the site, while __utmc registers the exact moment, in which he/she abandons it. __utmb expires at the end of the session __utmc expires after a 30-minute wait.

__utmt

Analytic:  it manages the limit of requests (throttle) to the Google Analytics service.

__utmz

Analytic: it analyses the origin of the user, required for third party services of Google Analytics.

cc_cookie_accept

Technical:  it saves the approval on behalf of the user on the use of the cookies

cc_cookie_decline

Technical: it saves the non-approval on behalf of the user on the use of the cookies

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Technical: session of the site

How to disable cookies?

It is possible to disable the settings of the cookies, by performing some operations directly on your browser. 

Chrome

Run the Chrome browser
Click the menu in the toolbar of the browser next to the entry window url navigation bar
Select Settings

Click Show Advanced Settings

In the "Privacy" section click on the button "Content Settings"

In the "Cookies" section you can change the following cookie settings:

Allow saving data locally

Edit the local data only until you close your browser

Do not allow sites to set cookies

To block third-party cookies and site data

Handling exceptions for some Internet sites

Deleting one or all cookies

For more information, visit the specific page.

Mozilla Firefox

Run the Mozilla Firefox Browser

Click the menu in the toolbar of the browser next to the entry window url navigation bar Select Options
Select the Privacy panel

Click Show Advanced Settings

In the "Privacy" section click on the button "Content Settings"

In the "Tracking" you can change the following cookie settings:

Request to sites not to make any tracking

Notify sites availability to be traced

Do not express any preference on the tracking data

From "History" section, you can:

Enabling "Use custom settings" select to accept third party cookies (again, from most sites visited or never) and keep them for a specified period (until they expire at the close of Firefox or ask every time)
Remove individual cookies stored

For more information, visit the specific page.

Internet Explorer
 

Run the Internet Explorer Browser

Click Tools and choose Internet Options

Click the Privacy tab under Settings and change the slider according to the action desired by the cookies:

Block all cookies

Allow all cookies

Selection of sites from which to obtain cookie: move the cursor in an intermediate position so as not to block or allow all cookies, press then click Sites, Web Site Address box to enter a website and then press to Block or Allow

For more information, visit the specific page.

Safari 6
Run the Safari Browser

Click Safari, select Preferences and click on Privacy

Under Block Cookie specify how Safari must accept cookies from websites.

To see which sites have stored cookies click Details

For more information, visit the specific page.

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