What is a cookie and why is it used?
Cookies are small text files stored by the websites you visit on your device or network server by browsers. The purpose of using cookies on our website is to increase the functionality and performance of our website, to improve the services given to you, to offer new features through our website, to personalize the features offered according to your preferences, and to ensure the legal and commercial security of our website, you and our products.
Types of Cookies Used on Our Website
Session Cookies: Session cookies are transient cookies used during our visitors’ visit to the website and deleted after the browser is closed. The main purpose of using such cookies is to enable the website to function properly during your visit. For example, you are enabled to fill in online forms consisting of more than one page.
Persistent Cookies: Persistent cookies are types of cookies used to increase the functionality of the website and to present a faster and better service to our visitors. Those types of cookies are used to remember your preferences and are stored on your device through browsers. They can be used to offer you special suggestions by taking issues such as your purpose of using the website into consideration. Thanks to persistent cookies, if you visit our website again with the same device, it will be checked whether there is a cookie formed by our website on your device, and if there is, it will be understood that you visited the site before and the content to be sent to you will be determined accordingly.
Categories of the cookies used on our website
Technical Cookies: The website is enabled to work through technical cookies, and the pages and areas of the website that do not work are detected.
Authentication Cookies: When visitors log in to the website using their passwords, those cookies are used to determine the visitor as a site user on each page he/she visits on the website, and the user is prevented from re-entering his/her password on each page.
Customization Cookies: They are cookies used to remember users’ preferences when they visit different pages of a different website. For example, they remember your language preferences.
Analytical Cookies: Analytical cookies are cookies that enable the production of analytical results like the number of visitors to the website, the determination of the pages displayed on the website, the website visiting hours and the scrolling movements of the website pages.
Cookies used on our website
Technical Cookies Session: Session cookies are used to ensure the continuity of the session. It is possible to accept or decline them through browser settings.
Personalization Cookies Language: They record the language the user chooses and provides options accordingly. It is possible to accept or decline through browser settings.
Session Cookies: They are used to display the main website if the user visits the site from a mobile device. The source site is saved to understand the user’s preferences better. It is possible to accept or decline them through browser settings.
Google analytics: This type of cookies enable the collection of all statistical data to improve the presentation and use of the website. Google helps us understand users better by adding data on social statistics and interests to these statistics. Our site uses Google Analytics cookies. The data collected with those cookies are transferred to the Google servers in the USA and those data are kept in accordance with Google’s data protection principles.
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