What are cookies?
Cookies are tiny text files that are automatically saved on your device when you visit our website. Most cookies are deleted from your hard drive when you finish your browser session, while others stay on your device.
Cookies allow us to recognise your device the next time you visit our website and to customise the website to your needs and improve it. We do this by analysing and statistically evaluating your visits to our website. Technical cookies are needed for the full range of functions of our website.
|Session matching for portal services
|Stores the visitor’s consent to data collection and use.
|Used to recognise visitors and store their various characteristic.
|Displays the visitor’s active session. If the cookie does not exist, this means that the session ended more than 30 minutes ago and was counted in the cookie _pk_id.
|Is used as a test to check whether the browser allows cookies. Does not contain any identifying features.
|Used to store a user’s language preferences so that LinkedIn.com is shown in the language chosen by the user in their settings.
|Facilitates the selection of data processing centre.
|A browser identifier cookie for unequivocally identifying devices that access LinkedIn in order to detect misuse on the platform.
Cookies from third parties
A third party cookie can be created if you follow a link that leaves our own webserver. We are working with the following service providers or link to services who might create their own cookies or use third party cookies.
- Tensid for subscribing to media communiqués
- Umantis for our job listings
- Google AdWords tracking for marketing purposes
- Google Maps for directions
- LinkedIn as a social network
- Xing as a social network
Use of Google AdWords conversion tracking
We use the Google AdWords advertising program and the associated Google Inc. tracking function of the advertising program on our website.
The cookies remain valid for a maximum of 90 days. Your personal data is not stored. As long as the cookie remains valid, Google and Liechtensteinische Landesbank AG, as the website operator, will be able to see that you have clicked on an ad and reached a specific landing page (e.g. contact page, confirmation page for receiving media communiqués). The cookies placed during your visit cannot be tracked across multiple websites by different AdWords participants.
You can delete cookies at any time, in whole or in part, through your browser settings. If you delete the technical cookies, you will no longer have access to all the functions on our website.