What is a Cookie?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your device or network server by the websites you visit through your computer or mobile device.
What kind of data is processed in cookies?
Cookies on Internet sites collect data on your browsing and usage preferences on the device you visit, depending on the type. This data includes information about the pages you access, the services and products you’re reviewing, the language option you prefer, and other preferences.
What Are The Cookies Used For?
These small text files with your preferred language and other settings on the site will help you remember your preferences the next time you visit the site, and help us make improvements to our services to improve your experience on the site. So you can have a better and personalized use experience the next time you visit.
The main objectives of using cookies on our website are:
- Improve the performance of the website,
- To develop and facilitate the services offered to you through the site,
- Provide new features through the site and personalize the features to your preferences,
- To ensure the legal and commercial safety of you and our company,
- Preventing fraudulent transactions from the site,
- To fulfill its legal and contractual obligations, especially according to Law No. 5651 on the Regulation of Publications on the Internet and the Fight Against the Crimes Committed by These Publications and the Regulation on Principles and Procedures for the Regulation of Publications in the Internet.
Types of Cookies in Terms of Storage:
It allows the website to work properly during your visit to session cookies. They are used for the purposes of ensuring the security and continuity of our sites and your visit. Session cookies are temporary cookies, so when you close your browser and come back to our site, they are deleted and therefore not permanent.
These cookies will help you to remember your information and choices on our website the next time you visit. Permanent cookies will remain hidden even after you close your browser or restart your computer. These cookies are kept in the subfolders of your browser until they are deleted from your browser’s settings.
First and Third Party Cookies:
First person cookies are cookies used by our site. Third party cookies are cookies that are installed on your computer. Our website uses both first and third party cookies.
Your data obtained on your visit to our website may be shared with our business partners, suppliers, legally authorized public institutions and private individuals for the purposes of processing your personal data, in accordance with the personal data processing requirements and purposes set out in Articles 8 and 9 of the Law on the Law.
Mandatory cookies are cookies required for proper functioning of the website. Mandatory cookies are used to manage the system properly, to create user accounts and to allow users to log in, and to prevent fraudulent transactions. In the absence of these cookies, the website will not work properly.
Function Cookies are cookies used to facilitate your visit to the website and improve your experience on the site. These cookies allow you to easily access the content by remembering the previous visit to the website.
Analytical cookies contain data that enables us to provide appropriate traffic to our sites by seeing traffic on our sites, which makes us more aware of which pages are attracted more and more. Cookies used in this nature store the information anonymously.
Ad or pseudonym cookies are cookies that allow us to identify and deliver content close to your interests. Third party advertising cookies may be placed on our website and mobile site, as well as other websites we advertise, so that we can identify you and offer you specific ads. These cookies are also used to measure the effectiveness of our ads.
Other than the compulsory and first party ones used by our sites, the cookies used are as follows:
Google Analytics is a web analytics tool that analyzes how users use the website. In addition to anonymous information, personal data about your use of the website (name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, IP address) are sent to your browser by Google and saved by Google.