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Staffordshire Smallbore Rifle Association Website 'Cookies' Policy

Page last updated on Saturday, 18 February, 2017 2:07 PM

'The Chipperfield Ranges'

Photograph gives a panoramic view of The Chipperfield Ranges, Redhill, Maer, Baldwin's Gate, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, ST5 5EA.

The above photograph gives a panoramic view of The Chipperfield Ranges, Redhill, Maer, Baldwin's Gate, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, ST5 5EA.

ALL users of the Chipperfield Ranges (Baldwin's Gate) MUST be aware of AND COMPLY WITH the information contained within the Range Standing Orders and Code of Conduct.

Information Regarding 'Cookies'

By continuing to use this website you are actively implying consent for the placing of cookies on your device by this website. For more information regarding how cookies may be used by this website in relation to your device, please read fully the Cookies Policy.

'Cookies' Policy

This website does not place personally identifiable cookies on your device.

The cookies that are placed on your device are purely to make your visit to this website the best that it can be.

Shown below are a list of the cookies that this website may place on your device.

If you find any other cookies that have been actively placed on your device by this website, other than those listed below, please contact the Staffordshire Smallbore Rifle Association website manager.

This cookie policy will be regularly checked by the website manager, and if necessary, updated as and when required. This will be an ongoing process.

Staffordshire Smallbore Rifle Association cannot be held responsible for any cookies that may be placed on your device by other websites that you may choose to visit.

Details of Active SSRA Website 'Cookies'
'Cookie' Name Expires Description of Active SSRA Website 'Cookie'
S At end of session

Used in conjunction with the Google Calendar,

WT_FPC At end of session Used in conjunction with the Weather Forecast application from Met Office,
ACOOKIE At end of session Web traffic analyser used to determine numbers of visitors etc, without requesting personally identifiable information.
settings.sol Indefinitely Flash Cookies (LSO's/Super Cookies) – used in conjunction with Adobe Flash Player in order to provide functionality to the website, in relation to the various navigation links contained within this website.

You can at any time choose to disable, and or delete, any cookies that may have been placed on your device by following the instructions shown below.

Disabling Cookies

Cookies can be disabled by changing the settings in your web browser. Details on how to do this in the most common browsers are detailed below. If your browser is not listed here, you can find out how to disable cookies in the browser help section or by contacting the manufacturer.

 

Google Chrome

  1. Click the spanner icon on the browser toolbar.
  2. Select Settings > advanced settings > Privacy > Content settings.
  3. In the "Cookies" section, select Block cookies by default.

Find out more by visiting the Google Chrome Help Pages on the Google Chrome website. (Opens in a new browser window.)

 

Mozilla Firefox

  1. At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Firefox button ( or Tools menu in Windows XP) and then click Options > Privacy.
  2. Set Firefox will: to Use custom settings for history.
  3. Uncheck "Accept cookies from sites" to disable cookies.

Find out more by visiting the Mozilla Firefox Help Pages on the Mozilla Firefox website. (Opens in a new browser window.)

 

Internet Explorer

  1. At the top of the Internet explorer window, select Tools > Internet Options > Privacy.
  2. Use the slider to select Block all cookies.
  3. Alternatively, you can manage cookies via the Advanced tab.

Find out more by visiting the Microsoft Help Pages on the Microsoft Internet Explorer website. (Opens in a new browser window.)

 

Opera

  1. Select the opera in the top-left corner of the browser window.
  2. Go to settings > Preferences > Advanced > Cookies.
  3. Select Never accept cookies.

Find out more by visiting the Opera Help Pages on the Opera website. (Opens in a new browser window.)

 

Safari

  1. Choose Safari > Preferences > Privacy.
  2. In the Block cookies section, select Always.
  3. To see an explanation of the options, click the Help button (looks like a question mark).

Find out more by visiting the Safari Help Pages on the Safari website. (Opens in a new browser window.)

 

Adobe Flash Cookies (LSO’s/Super Cookies)

What are local shared objects & third-party local shared objects?

A Local Shared Object sometimes referred to as a 'Flash Cookie is a small data file that can be created on your device by the websites that you visit.

Shared objects are most often used to enhance your web-browsing experience, for example, by allowing you to personalize the look and feel of a website that you frequently visit.

Shared objects, by themselves, cannot do anything to or with the data on your device. More important, shared objects can never access or remember your e-mail address or other personal information, unless you willingly provide such information.

A Third-Party Local Shared Object sometimes referred to as a 'Third-Party Flash Cookie' is a shared object created by third-party content, or content that is not actually located on the site you are currently viewing.

Third-party local shared objects may be important for privacy discussions because they can be used to track your preferences or your website usage across different websites that you visit.

 

Disabling local shared objects from third-party content.

The Settings Manager lets you manage many settings related to your Flash Player, including the option to allow or disallow third-party shared objects on your device.

Follow the steps below to disallow local shared objects from third-party content.

  1. Go to the Global Storage Settings panel of the Settings Manager.
  2. Click the tabs at the top of the Settings Manager to select the second panel if you do not see the Global Storage Settings.
  3. Deselect the checkbox labeled Allow Third-Party Flash Content to Store Information on Your Device.
  4. Close the Settings Manager. Flash Player remembers the new setting, and you can continue viewing websites.
  5. With the third-party storage setting disabled, Flash Player checks if the content you are viewing is from a third-party and prevents it from creating local shared objects.

 

Why is the checkbox unavailable on my browser?

  1. You may not be using the latest Flash Player version.
  2. The third-party storage setting was introduced in Flash Player 8 and is not available in earlier versions of the Player.

Click here to download the latest Adobe Flash Player from the Adobe website to take advantage of the latest security and privacy features. (Opens in a new browser window.)

  1. You may be using an older web browser. Flash Player depends on the web browser to tell it where the content is coming from. Flash Player uses this information to determine if the content is coming from a third party. Because this information is not available, Flash Player cannot disable third-party shared objects. We recommend you use the latest version of your browser that is available.

 

Additional Information

For additional information regarding security, please visit the Flash Player Privacy and Security Centre.

For more detailed information on what a local shared object is see What is a Local Shared Object?.

To learn how to disable Flash Player's Local Shared Objects: See How to Manage and Disable Local Shared Objects.

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