Cookies are small text files used by websites to improve the user’s experience. Different types of cookies are used on this website.
For the cookies that we use on our website, other than mandatory cookies, users
Their explicit consent is obtained and they are provided with the opportunity to change their consent at any time.
If you do not want any of your data to be used under this Policy, you should not access this Website.
If you accept the Policy and visit the Website, your IP address, your location, the way you use the Website, your duration, your browsing preferences and the features of the device you connect are processed.
Types of Cookies
Types of cookies according to the duration of use:
Our website uses session cookies and persistent cookies according to the duration of use. Session cookies are used to ensure the continuity of the session and these cookies are also deleted when the user closes the browser. Persistent cookies, on the other hand, are not deleted when the internet browser is closed and are automatically deleted on a certain date or after a certain period of time.
First Party and Third Party Cookies:
Whether the cookie is first-party or third-party depends on the cookie placed by the website or domain. First-party cookies are placed directly by the website that the user visits, i.e. the URL (ornek.com.tr) shown in the address bar of the browser. Third-party cookies are placed by a domain different from the domain the user visits.
Cookies by Purpose of Use
1-) Mandatory Cookies
There are cookies that we must use in order for this site to function properly. If the use of these cookies is prevented, the site will not function and operate properly.
We need your consent for the use of other cookies. These cookies are ;
2-) Analysis/performance cookies,
These cookies improve the use of the site and the services we provide to you by analyzing performance. Thanks to these cookies, we can determine whether the site is working properly and possible problems.
3-) Function cookies
These cookies ensure that the services offered on our site are personalized for you by remembering your preferences and choices on the site.
You can always change your cookie preferences. You can prevent the use of non-essential cookies.
For more detailed information, you can contact us by mail or e-mail address. You can read our disclosure text to learn how we process personal data.
Click on the three dots in the upper right corner.
Open the “Settings” option.
You can manage cookies by clicking on the “privacy, search and services” panel in the settings section.
Select the Chrome menu icon.
Select Show advanced settings near the bottom of the page.
In the “Privacy” section, select Content settings.
Select Prevent sites from adjusting data.
Open the Website in your Firefox browser.
Press the “i” button next to the address bar.
Click on the more information button in the box that opens.
On the Page Information screen that opens, click on Permissions.
Under the heading “May leave cookies”, check the “Block” box and close the window.
Open the Settings app.
On the screen that opens, go to Safari settings.
Select “Block Cookies”.
On the screen that opens, select one of the options “Never”, “Third Party and Ads” according to your preference.
The visitor may request the following issues from the data controller through the channels in the Contact section:
1. Information about whether their Personal Data is being processed,
2. Information on the scope and methods of Processing of Personal Data,
3. Information on the purpose of the processing and whether it is fit for purpose,
4. Identification information of third parties to whom Personal Data is transferred and who are located or not located in Turkey,
5. Correction of personal data if it is incorrectly or incompletely processed,
6. Erasure and destruction of personal data when the purpose of processing is no longer valid,
7. Requesting the data controller to inform third parties to whom personal data have been transferred regarding the requests specified in Articles 5 and 6,
8. Objecting to any result against the user as a result of personal data analysis by automated systems,
9. Claiming compensation for damages incurred as a result of unlawful Processing of personal data.