About Cookies

Browsing, shopping and engaging with friends online is increasingly becoming part of our day-to-day lives. With more time spent online, it is important to understand what happens to personal information, and how companies store and use that information.
Protect Your Bubble's aim is to make sure that customers are aware of this when using websites, and understand how to control this. This is the use of Cookies.
We hope you find the information below useful. Please feel free to ask questions about this by emailing here. Our web team will be happy to help you.
What is a Cookie?
A Cookie is a small text file that is stored on a user’s device (a computer, mobile phone, tablet, etc.) for the purpose of maintaining a link between the user and the website for a period of time. It can be used for marketing, analytics, trend gathering and tracking for other reasons.
We’d like to let you know that Protect Your Bubble Ireland uses analytical Cookies.
Why do we use analytical cookies?
These are a way of us understanding which pages our customers visit. When you visit our site, our analytics system, which is provided by Google, leaves a Cookie on your PC.
Analytical Cookies help us create a better web experience for you and all the people who visit the website. It makes it that much easier to find information about products, to purchase a policy and get help with claims and anything related with a policy once its been purchased. 

How are the Cookies used?
We use Cookies to count the number of visitors to our website in an anonymous way. We only collect overall volumes, no personal data. It allows us to collect meaningful data on how our visitors view the website and to find out what’s really needed for customers. 
When you let our website use analytical Cookies, you, and every person that visits the site is vital in helping us understand how our website works and how we can improve it for future visits. 
You can be reassured that we don’t collect any personal information from you or about your computer. 
We totally respect your privacy. Our analytical Cookies only track visits to our site. They will not record data from other websites that you may visit.

What choice do you have?

If you are unsure of anything or would like to ask a question about analytical Cookies, do get in touch with us.
However, if you’d prefer we don’t collect data from your Cookies, just take a look below to find out how to turn them off in your browser settings. Turning off your Cookies will not affect your experience in any way.

Mozilla Firefox 

1. Find ‘options’ within the tab called ‘tools’ towards the top of your browser frame.

2. The options panel will bring up a box.

3. Select Privacy tab and here you can specify which Cookies you would like to be turned on / off.

4. At the top your will see ‘Tracking’ un check ‘Tell web sites I do not want to be tracked’ – this will disable your analytical Cookies. For more information please go to the Mozilla Firefox official website for more information.

Internet Explorer

1. Go to ‘Tools’ at the top of the IE browser

2. It will bring up a box. Select Privacy.

3. Select your setting to High and click Apply and OK.

Internet Explorer 9 

1. Click on the Tools icon on from the top right of the screen and select Internet Options.

2.  Select Privacy tab.

3. Click 'Advanced'. Here you can block first party and third party Cookies and session Cookies. 

4. You can choose you're options within the advanced privacy settings window. 

Google Chrome

1. Click on the spanner symbol on your browser frame and select setting

2. Select the tab ‘Under the Hood’ 

3. Select Content Setting

4. It will bring up a list of cookie options for your to choose from

5. Select ‘Block sites from setting any data’


1. Click the settings icon, which looks like a cog, at the top right hand side of the toolbar.

2. Click ‘Preferences’, which is near the bottom of the page.

3. Choose the ‘Privacy’ tab.

4. Select Block Cookies: Always


1. Open Opera.

2. Click the ‘Opera’ icon at the top left hand side of the browser.

3. Select ‘Settings’ and then ‘Preferences’.

4. Click on the ‘Advanced’ tab and choose ‘Cookies’ from the panel on the left hand side.

5. To block all Cookies, select ‘Never accept Cookies’. To block third-party Cookies select ‘Accept only Cookies from the site I visit’.

We hope you found this information helpful - if you have any comments please feel free to get in touch with us. 

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