Information on cookies and tracking technologies for users of the loading slot - booking portal of Messe Berlin
Last update: May 2022
With each access to the Messe Berlin website, a series of general data and information are collected. This general data and information are stored in the log files of servers.
The following log data are stored for seven (7) days:
- date and time of the retrieval (timestamp)
- request details and destination address (protocol version, HTTP method, Referrer, UserAgent-String)
- name of the retrieved file and amount of data transferred (requested URL incl. query string, size in bytes)
- message whether the retrieval was successful (HTTP Status Code)
Messe Berlin only uses technically necessary technologies (so-called essential technologies) on the loading slot booking portal in order to offer these services. This is done through the use of the following cookies:
Type of technology
Messe Berlin GmbH
Session ID (PHPSESSID) - is only valid for the loading slot booking portal and is not forwarded to third parties - is in particular not based on the IP address of the user's terminal device or other information that can be related to the user
Providing the booking service (session management of the loading slot booking portal)
Essential (otherwise the data cannot be stored throughout the session and the registration or booking process cannot be completed).
End of session
Consent cookie (set when the technology notice banner is closed)
Providing the service (technology hint banner)
Essential (otherwise the information banner is displayed again each time the portal is called up)
Max 30 days
The storage of information in the user's terminal equipment (e.g., laptop, computer, mobile phone) or access to information already stored in their terminal equipment by means of the aforementioned technologies is absolutely necessary for the operation and usability of the loading slot booking portal or the individual services so that Messe Berlin can provide these telemedia services expressly requested by the user (legal basis: Art. 25 (2) TTDSG). These technologies can therefore not be deactivated.
The subsequent processing of any personal data is carried out in the legitimate interest of Messe Berlin in the function, provision and maintenance of the operation, usability, operability and security of the telemedia services (legal basis: Art. 6 (1) (f) GDPR).
The cookies can be deleted via the respective specific function of the browser used. In both cases, however, the state of the current user can no longer be maintained. In this case, a login is no longer possible, for example.
For further information, in particular on rights, see the information on cookies and tracking technologies on the Messe Berlin GmbH website .