What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a web page and stored in a user's web browser, mobile phone or another device. This data is stored on the user's device and can be used to remember information about the user's visit to the website. Cookies are commonly used to provide personalized user experiences and to enable certain functionalities on websites, as well as for other purposes such as advertising
We use the term "first-party cookies" for cookies set by us and the term "third-party cookies" for cookies set by third-party technology vendors. With first party cookies we mean cookies that are stored by the domain (including all sub-domains) you are visiting directly, or any domain (including all sub-domains) owned and operated by us, such as if.eu. With third party cookies we mean cookies that are stored by any other domain than described above.
Data that we collect via first-party cookies can be shared with third-party technology vendors who process data on behalf of If Skadeförsäkring AB (publ), including all local branches. More information about processing these data can be found in our Privacy Notice.
Below we list different categories of cookies that we use on our websites, based on their purpose - Essential cookies, User experience, Advertising & targeting cookies and Advanced analytics & targeting. See the full list of used cookies.
Please note that the same tool can be used for various purposes, hence we control that the cookies’ use are in line with your privacy settings. For each category, we also list most often used tools.
Last revised 07.02.2024.