What is a Cookie?
Cookies are small files saved on devices to help users efficiently navigate websites. Due to the processing of user information through cookies, as mandated by the Personal Data Protection Law No. 6698, users need to be informed, and their consent should be taken.
To ensure our dear visitors can make the most out of our website and to improve user experience, we utilize various cookies.
- Essential CookiesThese cookies enable basic functions of the website, ensuring its usability. The website won’t operate properly without them.
- Performance CookiesPerformance cookies anonymously collect usage data and preferences of visitors, allowing for the enhancement of website performance.
- Functional CookiesBased on past user interactions, functional cookies enable users to be recognized and remembered on subsequent visits, facilitating personalized services like language and regional preferences.
- Advertising CookiesOwned by third parties, these cookies track visitor behavior on websites. Their objective is to display ads tailored to visitors’ needs. Responsibility for these cookies lies with the third-party owners.
What Personal Data is Processed Through Cookies?
Your identity (name, surname, date of birth, etc.) and contact (address, email address, phone, IP, location, etc.) information is, through cookies, sometimes automatically or sometimes non-automatically, and occasionally even obtained from third parties like analytical providers, advertising networks, and technology providers. This data is recorded, stored, updated, and processed based on our service and contract relationship and legitimate interest criteria.
Purpose of Using Cookies?
On our website, cookies are utilized to ensure security by detecting suspicious activities, increase functionality and performance based on user preferences, develop and personalize products and services, facilitate access to these services, and fulfill contractual and legal responsibilities. Furthermore, advertising cookies are used to connect users with broader service providers, and there may be information sharing with third parties.
How Are Cookies Managed?