Last Updated: 10/07/2023
What is a Cookie?
Cookies are small files that are stored on users' devices to enable more efficient use of websites. As the processing of users' information is carried out through cookies, in accordance with the "Law on the Protection of Personal Data" numbered 6698, users must be informed and their consent must be obtained.
To ensure that our dear visitors can benefit from our website in the most efficient way and improve their user experiences, we also use various cookies.
1. Necessary Cookies
Necessary cookies are cookies that enable the basic functions related to the website, making the website usable. The website does not function properly without these cookies.
2. Performance Cookies
Performance cookies are cookies that collect usage information and preferences related to the website from visitors anonymously, thereby enabling the improvement of the website's performance.
3. Functional Cookies
Functional cookies are cookies that allow users to be recognized and remembered in their future visits based on their past usage of the website, enabling personalized services such as language, region, etc., to be offered to users by websites.
4. Advertising Cookies
Advertising cookies are cookies owned by third parties and used to track visitors' behaviors on websites. The purpose of these cookies is to assist in displaying advertisements that attract visitors' interests according to their needs, and the responsibility lies with the third-party cookie owners.
What Personal Data is Processed with Cookies?
Your identity (name, surname, date of birth, etc.) and contact (address, email address, phone, IP, location, etc.) information will be processed by us through cookies, using automatic or non-automatic methods, and sometimes obtained, recorded, stored, updated from third parties such as analytical providers, advertising networks, search information providers, technology providers, within the framework and duration of our service and contractual relationship, based on the legitimate interest processing condition.
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How Are Cookies Managed?