To this end, we provide information on what a cookie is, the cookies used and the reason for their use. Likewise, Telefónica Seguros informs about the way in which they can be configured and, where appropriate, disabled.
What are cookies?
Who uses them?
Telefónica Seguros Sucursal en España
What type of cookies does this site use and for what purposes?
Below you will find a classification of the cookies used by Telefónica Seguros, considering that the same cookie can be included in more than one category.
- According to the entity that manages them:
Cookies may be your own or a third party’s.
One’s own cookies are those managed by the domain to which the user is accessing and from which it requests a certain service and sent by the owner of such domain to the user’s terminal.
Third-party cookies are those that are sent to the user’s computer from a computer or domain other than ours, and which are managed by another collaborating entity.
- According to their purpose:
Cookies can be technical, for personalisation, analytical or for advertising purposes. However, the only cookies used by Telefónica Seguros are technical and analytical cookies.
Technical cookies allow the user to navigate through our website, platform or application, and to use the different options or services they provide, including those that the editor uses to allow the management and operation of the website, platform or application, and to enable its functions and services. Thus, they allow:
- Identifying the session
- Access to restricted parts
- Control traffic and data communication
- To request the registration and participation in an event
- Sharing content through social networks
- Viewing geographic locations (our offices) on Google Maps
- Controlling fraud linked to the security of the service
- Counting visits
- Using security elements during the navigation
- Storing content for video or sound broadcasting
- Enabling dynamic content, such as the loading of a text or an image
The analytical cookies (analysis or measurement), whether processed by Telefónica Seguros or by third parties, provide us with statistical information about the behaviour or use you make of the portal, app or sites to which they are linked, such as, for example, which pages or areas of them you have visited, or if you have had technical problems accessing certain pages of the portal.
These cookies do not allow the user to be identified, as the information they collect is anonymous and will only be used to improve the design of the pages and the navigation of the portal, app or sites, to obtain usage statistics, to know the speed of searches, to measure the activity of the website, app or site, etc.
- According to the time they remain activated:
Cookies can be per session or persistent.
Some cookies are assigned to the device from which the user is browsing only for the length of the visit to the web portal, app or site; these are the so-called session cookies, since they disappear automatically when the user finishes browsing or ends the session. These cookies allow Telefónica Seguros to analyse traffic patterns on its website and provide a better browsing experience, improving content and facilitating the use of the web portal.
How to configure or disable cookies
As the cookies we implement are, in general, applicable to all users, should you wish to modify them you can do it here. .
As Telefónica Seguros uses different cookies according to the web, app or specific site in question, your configuration or disabling of the cookies will only be applicable to such web, app or site.
List of cookies used and storage periods
Cookies used on the telefonicainsurance.com, telefonicainsurance.es, telefonicainsurance.de and telefonicainsurance.co.uk webpages
- Technical cookies:
|Session or permanent
|Own or third party
- Analytical cookies:
|Session or permanent
|Own or third party
|Permanent: 2 years
|Session: 30 minutes
|Google Analytics sets the cookie and it is deleted when the user closes the browser. The cookie is not used by ga.js. The cookie is used to enable interoperability with urchin.js, which is an older version of Google Analytics and is used in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to determine new sessions / visits.
|Session: 1 hour
|Google Analytics sets the cookie and it is used to regulate the request rate.
|Session: 10 minutes
|This cookie is set by Google Analytics and is used to store traffic.
|Permanent: 5 months
Last up-date: October, 2020