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What is a cookie and what are they used for?

A cookie is a small text file sent by a web server to your browser and saved to the user’s hard drive. It allows the website to remember your actions and preferences (for example, how you filled in a loss report form, language, text size and other display preferences) for a certain time period so we can offer better quality service and ensure user-friendly, flawless website function. This way, you don’t need to re-enter information when you return to our site or browse other pages.

Only the browser that saved the cookie can read the file. No one else can access this information. The data file is not harmful. It is free of viruses or programming code and cannot be linked to a specific individual or IP address.

 

How do we use cookies?

Use of cookies does not involve processing of personal data. Cookies are used only to the extent needed to offer website content and achieve a better user experience (e.g. saving are settings and other preferences). Use of cookies helps us get information for improving our website. We confirm that we will not use cookies for any purpose other than the above.

Some external online service providers also use cookies on our website:

 

Google Analytics

…we use these cookies to meter website traffic. We save the time of the session, the visitor’s browser and information on the sessions, and the referring source. We do not gather personal information.

 

Google Tag Manager

…we use these cookies to allow the website scripts to be handled more efficiently, resulting in a faster website load time in visitors’ browsers.

 

What if I want to restrict or disable cookies?

You can restrict or block cookies by changing your browser settings to prevent cookies from being saved to your computer.

The following links provide instructions for configuring cookies and security settings in the most common browsers.

 

Internet Explorer
Google Chrome
Firefox
Opera
Safari