We also use analytic cookies provided by Google to collect information in an anonymous form. They are used by applications such as Google Analytics to provide information about the number of visitors to our websites, where they are located and the pages they visited. This information allows us to improve the websites and compile reports. They do not compromise your privacy or security or identify you as a person, only the computer you have used to access the website. They do not allow us to track you directly or give us access to your computer.
What Information Is Collected via Cookies?
We may collect your IP address, domain name, information about another page which referred you to our site, the internet browser you have used and your operating system. We never link this automatically collected information to any personal information (name address etc.) you may have given us during the process of applying for a policy via one of our websites.
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This policy was last updated in June 2018.