What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files about users' actions and preferences about a website. For a full list of the cookies used by UNIQA please see the attached documentation.
They are stored on the digital device from which the user accesses the website in order to facilitate further use or revisit, monitor for irregularities and create a basis for improving the website or some of its components.
What types of cookies does the UNIQA website use?
These cookies can be divided into three main categories according to their purpose: strictly necessary, preference, statistical, and marketing cookies.
The website’s functioning is impossible or is deemed highly risky if so-called 'strictly necessary’ cookies are not used. These are cookies for:
- Moving from one page or part of a page on the website to another.
- Saving the information entered when completing online forms on the site.
- Access to secure information intended only for registered users of the UNIQA Customer Portal.
- Control and protect the security of the connection.
Preference cookies are used to enhance the user's convenience when using the website and personalize it to their individual preferences and needs. This includes cookies for:
- Recognition of the digital device, whether desktop or mobile, to load the relevant version of the website.
- Saving language and font size preferences.
Statistical cookies are used to analyze how users use the website and interact with other websites by collecting data about:
- The number of users per page.
- Most visited pages.
- Where visitors come from.
- Time spent on the page.
- Errors encountered, etc.
Marketing cookies are used to analyze user behavior when using websites. The purpose is to display relevant and useful advertisements to each user.
More information about Google Analytics’s analytics tools used by the website can be found here
Some features of this website rely on third-party website (e.g., Facebook
The data from some cookies can be transferred to third countries (e.g., Russia), and this only with your consent and after implementing the necessary safeguards to protect this data.
How are cookies managed?
website provides detailed instructions (in English) on how to set cookies within different browsers and operating systems.
Blocking cookies affects the way the website works and risks disrupting its functionality. Blocking cookies is not possible with regard to strictly necessary cookies without which the website cannot operate.
What is personal data used for?