Definition and purpose of cookies
What are cookies?
A cookie is a file downloaded by the Website on your computer or device with the aim of storing information about your browsing through the Website or other webpages you visited after or before it.
Information recorded through cookies may include the IP address and other browsing data. So, cookies allow us to, amongst others, identify the user in a clear manner (despite the user changes his/her location or IP address) and to obtain information about your browsing habits.
Each browser has a personalised cookie which is completely different to those the rest may have.
What type of cookies do we use? How can we adjust them?
On the one hand, the owner of this Website can use specific cookies where a user’s consent is not a must because they are excluded from the scope of ePrivacy regulations. This means that there are cookies considered as strictly necessary for the use of the Website.
On the other hand, this Website also uses non-strictly necessary cookies which may require a user’s consent. You can find further information regarding non-strictly necessary cookies below, together with the chance to accept or reject them as you deem appropriate:
STRICTLY NECESSARY COOKIES
Cookies for internal use that are updated in order to let the user perform an ordinary use of the Website. They are generally used to control the access to assistance and self-manage private areas that allow the maintenance of the user session while visiting the website. These types of cookies prevail in private domains where an authorisation is needed.
You may find the details of strictly necessary cookies implemented in this Website by accessing the following link here.
Analytical cookies are those intended to generate statistics regarding the user activity in order to grant the best service to the visitor. Information gathered is always anonymous in a way that it is impossible to allow any linkage between navigation patrons and individuals.
You may find the details of analytical cookies implemented in this Website by accessing the following link here.
Customisation cookies are those intended to deliver personalised content of the website to the user in order to grant you the best possible service.
You may find the details of customisation cookies implemented in this Website by accessing the following link here.
Advertising cookies are those ones intended to analyse user behaviour in order to deliver the advertisings related to what might be interesting to them depending on their profile, and also in order to decide on how often advertisings appear.
This site uses first-party cookies and third-party cookies. First-party cookies are stored by the domain you are visiting directly. They allow website owners to collect analytics data, remember language settings, and perform other useful functions that help provide a good user experience. Third-party cookies are created by domains other than the one you are visiting directly, hence the name third-party. They are used for cross-site tracking, retargeting and ad-serving.
You may find the details of advertising cookies implemented in this Website by accessing the following link here.
If you reject all the cookies noted above, you would still be able to browse the Website but the use of some of its services may be limited and, therefore, your browsing experience might be less satisfactory.
Moreover, it might be the case while visiting any website or when opening emails where an advertising of one of our products or services appears, a cookie may be installed on your device in order to deliver advertisings based on previous searches. Also, with the aim of monitoring our marketing notices, for example, the number of views they have, where they appear and at what time they are being viewed etc.
How to Disable your Cookies
- Open Chrome.
- At the top right, click More.
- Click More tools > Clear browsing data.
- At the top, choose a time range. To delete everything, select All time.
- Next to Cookies and other site data and Cached images and files, check the boxes.
- Click Clear data.
- Open Microsoft Edge.
- Click on More options (…symbol) on the top right corner of the browser.
- Select Settings from the dropdown menu.
- Click on Choose what to clear under Clear browsing data.
- Check the Cookies and saved website data (and any other data you want to clear) and click on the Clear button.
- Click the menu button and choose Options.
- Select the Privacy & Security panel.
- In the Cookies and Site Data section, click Clear Data.
- Remove the check mark in front of Cookies and Site Data.
- With Cached Web Content check marked, click the Clear button.
- Close the about:preferences page.
- Any changes you've made will automatically be saved.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
- In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button, point to Safety, and then select Delete browsing history.
- Choose the types of data or files you want to remove from your PC, and then select Delete.
In the Safari app on your Mac, choose Safari > Preferences, click Privacy, then do any of the following:
- Block cookies: Select Block all cookies.
- Remove stored cookies and data: Click Manage Website Data, select one or more websites, then click Remove or Remove All.
- See which websites store cookies or data: Click Manage Website Data.
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Last modified by Liberty Insurance on March 24th, 2023.