For example, the text file or cookie may be an individual identification number that the website assigns to a computer. This identification number is sent to the website if the computer accesses the website again. This is how website operators collate their visitor numbers and statistics.
Why are cookies important for the use of Chubb websites?
Please note that cookies can only read the identification number created by the random generator on your computer and can only retrieve information that is directly related to the ACE website. None of the cookies we use can identify you as a person or retrieve information about your activities on other websites. None of the information used by us shall be disclosed to third parties.
These are the cookies that we use:
comScore Persistent Cookies. These are cookies that stay on your device after you have visited our website. These cookies help us identify you as an individual user (you are assigned a randomly generated number). In this way, statistics can be collated regarding the number of users of our website.
ShareThis Cookies. These allow the user to share site content with others via social networks. Cookies allow this service to function smoothly. We use three different kinds of ShareThis Cookies: "_uset" "_stid" and "_unam"._uset indicates if a user was allocated cookies. These cookies are automatically deleted after 8 hours at the latest. _stid associates users with certain topics in which they are interested on the ACE / Chubb website or which they share with others. _unam counts the number of individual users who share the content of the ACE / Chubb website with others and the level of website use generated as a result.
Controlling and deleting cookies
Chubb does not use any cookies to collect personal user data. However, if you wish to restrict or block cookies from our or any other website, you can do this using the user settings for your browser.
Version: June 2016