What are functional cookies?
Technically necessary cookies (functional cookies) are necessary for the optimal functioning of our website and our apps. These cookies are used to adjust our website and apps better with respect to website use and preferences. The ease of use is increased thereby.
What are analytical cookies?
Analytical cookies are used to gain insight into the use of our website. By so doing, we can improve our website’s quality and effectiveness. Thus, visitor statistics, for example, are collected and trends are analysed. These cookies are outside the statutory duty to provide information and the permission requirement because they provide information concerning the quality or effectiveness of the IT provider’s service.
A unique user ID may also be used for tracking purposes. This is a unique number that indicates that you are the same user. We can then identify you – as a user – when you return. This unique number makes it possible to link several devices and different users together. We only use and store this unique number in our secured systems when you are or have been logged in.
What are commercial cookies?
Commercial cookies are used to collect browsing information. By tracking your possible interests during the website’s use or assessing whether you have already previously read a specific message from Baker Tilly Berk, for instance. These cookies can also collect information concerning advertisements you have seen and clicked on. This enables us to offer targeted messages in which you have shown interest. This is how we avoid showing you the same advert continuously.
What are social plug-in cookies?
Baker Tilly Berk’s website uses social media plug-ins. When you use these plug-ins, Facebook and Twitter can discover more about your browsing habits. As a result, a targeted advert can be displayed and/or the contents within the social network can be adjusted to your interests.
Other/ unforeseen cookies
Due to the way the internet and websites function, we may not always have an understanding of the cookies placed by third parties through our website. This occurs principally because our webpages contain so-called 'embedded elements' such as text, documents, images or videos which are stored with another party, but are displayed on, in or through our website.
If you come across cookies which fall under this category on our website (and this is why we haven’t labelled them), please let us know or contact the respective third party directly and ask which cookies they have placed and why, what the cookie(s) lifespan is and how your privacy is guaranteed.
This list of cookies on www.bakertillyberk.com is a snapshot. Baker Tilly Berk strives to keep this list as up-to-date as possible. However, due to the dynamic nature of the internet and the numerous (external) parties involved, not all current cookies and/or websites may be found immediately in this list.