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Verwaltung von Cookies auf Ihrem Gerät

Wir verwenden Cookies, um Inhalte zu personalisieren und ein verbessertes Nutzererlebnis zu bieten. Durch die Nutzung dieser Website oder Applikation stimmen Sie der Verwendung von Cookies zu. Sie können Cookies in Ihrem Browser kontrollieren und verwalten (siehe unten). Das Entfernen oder Blockieren von Cookies kann Ihr Nutzererlebnis beeinflussen und dazu führen, dass einige Funktionen nicht mehr verfügbar sind.

Verwendung des Browsers zur Kontrolle von Cookies

Die meisten Browser erlauben das Ansehen, Verwalten, Entfernen und Blockieren von Cookies für eine Website. Bedenken Sie, dass durch das Entfernen aller Cookies jegliche Voreinstellungen verloren gehen. Dies beinhaltet auch die Möglichkeit, Cookies zu deaktivieren, da für diese Funktion selbst das Setzen eines Opt-Out-Cookies auf Ihrem Gerät erforderlich ist. In den unten stehenden Links finden Sie Anleitungen zur Verwaltung von Cookies in gängigen Browsern.

Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

MacOS Safari

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Folgende Websites bieten Informationen zu weiteren Browsern und Gerätetypen: 
http://www.aboutcookies.org/ oder http://www.cookiecentral.com/faq/.

 

Verwaltung von Analytics Cookies

Es ist möglich, die Speicherung Ihres anonymisierten Browser-Verlaufs durch Analytics Cookies zu deaktivieren. In den nachfolgenden Links sehen Sie die von uns verwendeten Service Provider. Durch Anklicken der Links können Sie deren Datenschutzbestimmungen nachlesen und erfahren, wie man die verwendeten Analytics Cookies deaktivieren kann:

Adobe: http://www.adobe.com/privacy/opt-out.html

Google Analytics: http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html

 

Über Cookies

Ein Cookie ist ein Datenelement, das eine Website an den Browser schicken kann, um es auf dem System des Users zu speichern, z.B. für den Zweck der Verbindungssteuerung während des Besuches auf einer Website oder für statistische Auswertungen.

Arten von Cookies

„Session“ Cookies verbleiben in Ihrem Browser, solange Sie sich auf einer Webseite befinden, und werden beim Verlassen wieder gelöscht.

„Persistent“ Cookies verbleiben in Ihrem Browser auch nach dem Besuch, außer Sie löschen diese selbst.

„Performance“ Cookies speichern Informationen über Ihr Nutzerverhalten. Dazu gehört, welche Unterseiten Sie besuchen und ob Fehler aufgetreten sind. Dabei werden keine Daten gespeichert bzw. erzeugt, welche Sie als einzelne Person identifizierbar machen, sondern nur aggregierte Daten. Daher bleiben Sie anonym. Performance Cookies dienen der Verbesserung der Funktionalität der Webseite.

„Functionality“ Cookies speichern Entscheidungen, welche Sie auf der Webseite vorgenommen haben. Hierunter kann z. B. die Einstellung der Schriftgröße oder der bevorzugten Sprache fallen. Diese Daten dienen der Verbesserung der Funktionalität der Webseite.

Die Verwendung von Cookies bei PwC: Die folgende Tabelle listet alle verwendeten Cookies mit Name, Lebensdauer und Funktion auf.

Wenn Sie über die Einstellungen Ihres Browsers die Annahme von Cookies gestatten, stimmen Sie durch den Besuch der Webseite zu, dass PwC Cookies für die angeführten Zweck in Ihrem Browser hinterlegen darf.

Provider Cookie Name Purpose Type Duration
PwC pwc-id This cookie contains the encrypted email ID of the user. It is used to identify the registered user account (if available) for each request. First party, Persistent 1 day or 30 days (if “Remember me” is checked)
PwC firsttime-login This cookie is used by PwC during the registration process to ensure that any necessary password updates are completed. First party Until password update is completed
PwC pwc_overlay This cookie is used by PwC to make sure that the overlay (registration panel) opens once per browser session First party Until the end of the browser session
Adobe Analytics _sdsat_landing_page Stores the first page you hit when visiting pwc.com First party, Session Until end of session
Adobe Analytics _sdsat_traffic_source Stores the site you came from before reaching pwc.com First party, Session Until end of session
Adobe Analytics _sdsat_pages_viewed Stores the quantity of pages that are viewed by a user during their visit.  First party, Session Until end of session
Adobe Analytics _sdsat_lt_pages_viewed Stores the total number of pages viewed First party, Persistent 2 years from set/update
Adobe Analytics _sdsat_session_count Stores a session counter First party, Persistent 2 years from set/update
Adobe Analytics s_vi This cookie stores the visitor ID provided by our analytics provider whenever a user first visits the site. Third Party Persistent 2 years from set/update
Adobe Analytics gpv This cookie stores the quantity of pages viewed by a user visiting the site First and third party 30 minutes from set/update
Adobe Analytics s_nr This cookie stores the date of a user's visit to the site, and whether or not the visitor is new, or returning. First and third party 2 years from set/update
Adobe Analytics s_ppv Stores information on the percentage of the page displayed First and third party Until end of session
Adobe Analytics s_fid This cookie is a "fallback" visitor identifier where the s_vi cookie is for some reason blocked. It contains a randomly generated unique ID First and third party 5 years from set/update
Adobe Analytics s_ppvl Stores information on the percentage of the page displayed First and third party Until end of session
Adobe Analytics s_cc This is a cookie which allows Adobe Analytics to determins whether or not cookies are enabled in the browser.  First and third party Until end of session
Adobe Analytics s_sq This cookie is set and read by the JavaScript code when the ClickMap functionality and the Activity Map functionality are enabled; it contains information about the previous link that was clicked on by the user

First party 2 years from set/update
Facebook datr This cookie identifies the browser connecting to Facebook. It is not directly tied to individual Facebook users. Facebook reports that it is used to help with security and suspicious login activity, especially around detection of bots trying to access the service.  Facebook also says the behavioural profile associated with each datr cookie is deleted after 10 days. This cookie is also read via Like and other Facebook buttons and tags placed on many different websites. Third party, Persitent  
Facebook _js_datr, _js_reg_ext_ref, _js_reg_fb_gate   Third party  
Google Analytics __utma This is one of the four main cookies set by the Google Analytics service which enables website owners to track visitor behaviour and measure site performance. It it used to calculate new and returning visitor statistics. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics. The lifespan of the cookie can be customised by website owners. First and third party 2 years from set/update
Google Analytics __utmv Used to store visitor-level custom variable data. This cookie is created when a developer uses the _setCustomVar method with a visitor level custom variable. This cookie was also used for the deprecated _setVar method. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics. Third party 2 years from set/update
Google Analytics __utmz Stores the traffic source or campaign that explains how the user reached your site. The cookie is created when the javascript library executes and is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics. Third party 6 months from set/update
LinkedIn JSESSIONID General purpose platform session cookie, used by sites written in JSP. Usually used to maintain an anonymous user session by the server.  Third party Until end of session
LinkedIn lidc This cookie is used for routing from Share buttons and ad tags Third party 1 day
LinkedIn bcookie This cookie is used by LinkedIn for indentifying the Browser ID. It is set from LinkedIn share buttons and ad tags.  Third party 1 year
LinkedIn bscookie This cookies is used by LinkedIn to recognize a secure Browser ID. Third party 1 year
LinkedIn visit   Third party  
Load balancer BIGipServerPOOL-69.20.11.37-Dispatch This cookie is set by the servers hosting PwC sites to allow a visitor to receive site content from one out of multiple servers as the visitor browses the site. This improves performance and allows the visitor’s session to be maintained. First party, Persistent Until end of session
PwC pwc_closed_topics This cookies is used by PwC to help personalize the content a user sees based on topics they've identified they're interested in.  First party Until the end of the browser session
PwC pwc-cookie-accept This cookie stores a value “true” when a user clicks on I understand on the cookie notification banner. First party Until the end of the browser session
PwC pwc_int_usr This cookie is used by PwC to distinguish internal users from external visitors to the site. It is set when a person is accessing the website from within the PwC network (VPN or office). First party 3 months
Twitter auth_token   Third party  
Twitter lang This cookie is set by Twitter and is used to remember your language preference. PwC allows Twitter to set this cookie so that Twitter content on pwc.com is displayed in your preferred language. Third party  
Twitter twll   Third party  
Twitter secure_session   Third party  
Twitter guest_id   Third party  
Twitter remember_checked   Third party  
Twitter remember_checked_on   Third party  
YouTube SID This cookie is used by Google in combination with HSID to verify a Google user account and most recent login time. Third party  
YouTube HSID Used by Google in combination with SID to verify Google user account and most recent login time Third party  
YouTube APISID   Third party  
YouTube SSID   Third party  
YouTube VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE This cookie is used as a unique identifier to track viewing of videos Third party  
YouTube PREF This cookie is used by Google to set a user's preferred language preference Third party  
YouTube NID Most Google users will have a preferences cookie called ‘NID’ in their browsers. A browser sends this cookie with requests to Google’s sites. The NID cookie contains a unique ID Google uses to remember your preferences and other information, such as your preferred language (e.g. English), how many search results you wish to have shown per page (e.g. 10 or 20), and whether or not you wish to have Google’s SafeSearch filter turned on. Third party  
YouTube LOGIN_INFO   Third party  
YouTube SAPISID   Third party  
YouTube YSC   Third party  
Adobe Target mbox This cookie gives website operators the ability to test which online content and offers are more relevant to visitors. Click here for more information. First party 2 weeks
Crazy Egg _ceir This cookie is set by CrazyEgg and tracks whether a visitor has visited the site before. First party, Persistent 5 years
Crazy Egg _ceg.s This cookie is set by CrazyEgg and tracks visitor sessions. First and third party 3 months
Crazy Egg _ceg.u This cookie is set by CrazyEgg and tracks visitors on your site. First and third party 3 months
Eloqua ELOQUA This cookie is set by Eloqua and is used by PwC to track individual visitors and their use of the site. It is set when you first visit the site and updated on subsequent visits. Third party, Persistent 2 years from set/update
Eloqua ELQSTATUS This cookie is set by Eloqua and is used by PwC to track individual visitors and their use of the site. It is set when you first visit the site and updated on subsequent visits. Third party, Persistent 2 years from set/update
Google uid This is intended to be a known identifier for a user provided by the site owner/tracking library user. Third party, Persistent  
Google Analytics _gat This cookie name is associated with Google Universal Analytics, according to documentation it is used to throttle the request rate - limiting the collection of data on high traffic sites. It expires after 10 minutes. First party, Session 1 minute
Google Analytics _gid This cookie is used to distinguish users. It stores a unique user session identifier. First & Third party, Session 24 hours
Google Analytics _ga This cookie is typically written to the browser upon the first visit. If the cookie has been deleted by the browser operator, and the browser subsequently visits pwc.com, a new _ga cookie is written with a different unique ID. In most cases, this cookie is used to determine unique visitors to pwc.com and it is updated with each page view. Additionally, this cookie is provided with a unique ID that Google Analytics uses to ensure both the validity and accessibility of the cookie as an extra security measure.         First & Third party, Persistent 2 years
Google Analytics __utmb This cookie is used to determine new sessions/visits.  First party 30 mins from set/update
LinkedIn BizoID LinkedIn Ad analytics Third party 6 months
LinkedIn UserMatchHistory This cookie is used by LinkedIn for advertisement analytics Third party 6 months

Retired Cookies: No longer in use, but may be present for returning visitors. These cookies can be deleted.

Anbieter Name  Zweck  Typ  Lebensdauer
Webtrends PWC_WOD Visitor Identification sessions set by the tag server. Visitor ID based on IP address. The cookie records site id, time of last access, time of start of visit and account ID. First Party Persistent 10 years
Webtrends ACOOKIE Visitor Identification set by Java Script. The cookie records Visitor id, time of last access and time of start of visit. Third Party Persistent  2 years
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