(Effective February 1, 2022)
Slice is actually three different but related companies who are owned by the same people - in the U.K. (Slice Labs UK), the U.S. (Slice Insurance Technologies Inc.) and Canada (Slice Labs Inc.). All of them are covered by this Cookie and Advertising Policy.
If you want to ask us anything about what’s in this Cookie and Advertising Policy (or anything else privacy-related), you can email email@example.com. Here is our mailing address:
14 Chamberlain Avenue
Cookies are small files of alphanumeric text that are placed on your computer, tablet or handheld device that allows us to recognise and remember you. They are widely used throughout the internet to make certain functions work, improve the user experience, and provide certain information to website owners. Cookies are sent through your browser and stored on your computer’s hard drive or the memory of your tablet or mobile device.
When you visit or use our Services on the web or in an application, we may collect information from you automatically through cookies. Cookies are also used to set preferences and remember information about you, so when you come back to the website or application you do not have to enter certain information again.
Cookies can be classified in a variety of ways:
In the table below, we have described the cookies Slice sets on your computer or device, the name of the cookie so you can delete it if you want, what they do, and if they are essential to providing our services to sell you insurance and / or process your claims.
|Marketing email cookie||pum-963||To ask you to subscribe for Slice updates and to keep track if you have already signed up||No|
|Identification cookie||_svisitor||To identify if you are the same person on our website and in our application so we can make sure we always have the same information about you||No|
|Insurance agent cookie||_s_hs_ref_agent_id||Identifies which insurance agent referred you to Slice||Yes|
In the table below, we have described the types of cookies from third-parties used on the Slice websites or applications, what third parties they come from, what they do, and if they are essential to providing our services.
|Payment processing cookies||Stripe||Allows you to make payments for insurance you purchase||Yes|
|Tracking, monitoring, and analytics cookies||Google, Hubspot, Snowplow, Raygun||To track you for various purposes including identification, analytics and fraud detection||No|
|Support cookies||Intercom||Functioning of the online support widget||Yes (for support only)|
|Advertising cookies||Google, LinkedIn||To serve you advertisements for Slice||No|
|Service monitoring cookies||ShareThis, Twitter||Monitors how various third-party services are used on the website||No|
You can always see what cookies are on your computer or device and delete, disable or block them through your browser or operating system settings. You can refer to their help section for instructions, but here are instructions for the most commonly-used browsers and operating systems:
Please note that deleting or blocking Slice or third-party cookies may reduce your user experience by requiring you to re-enter certain information, including information required to use our services. Furthermore, deleting certain cookies may prevent certain functions from working at all. Deleting essential cookies will prevent you from using the Slice Services to buy insurance and / or process your claims.
Slice currently uses Google AdWords and Display Network and by using our Services you consent to this use. Specifically, Slice uses the remarketing features of interest-based advertising of Google AdWords that delivers you advertisements that will be of particular interest to you, based on your browsing and activity history at our websites. These advertisements will appear on third-party websites around the web. Google uses specific cookies to allow them to serve these ads around the web.
You may prevent this type of advertising by deleting the appropriate Google cookie through your browser, though this may not be permanent. For a more permanent solution, you may opt out of such Google advertising by following Google’s instructions.
Some browsers have incorporated “Do Not Track” (DNT) features that can send a signal to the websites you visit indicating you do not wish to be tracked. Because there is not yet a common understanding of how to interpret the DNT signal, our Services do not currently respond to browser DNT signals. For more information on DNT, see https://allaboutdnt.com/.
Every now and then, we will have to update this Cookie and Advertising Policy. The date at the top of this page indicates when it was last updated. You can always find the most updated version at this URL, and we will always post a notice on our website if we make significant changes.