What Are Cookies?
Third Party Cookies
First party cookies are the cookies that created by the domain name at the access address of the website that you visit. The content offered on the visited site may be provided through domainnames other than the domain name in the access address;in this case each domain name may create its own unique third-party cookies.
Types of Cookies
Cookies can be categorized under 6 headings:
Session Cookies: These are cookies that are valid as long as you use the Site and they expire when you close the web browser.
Persistent Cookies: These cookies that are stored in the browser which you use and are valid until they are deleted by you or until their expiration date has passed.
Mandatory Cookies:These are cookies that are placed on your device during your viewing of the Siteand necessaryfor the providedonline services to work properly..
Performance and Analytics Cookies: These are cookies that enable the tracking and analysis of site traffic and information such as the number of people viewing the Site. Due to these cookies, it is possible to obtain information such as which areas on the Site are visited most frequently or infrequently.
Tracking Cookies: Tracking cookies are first-party and third-party cookies that created during your visit to Site and third-party areas. These cookies; enable users to be identified and profiled by tracking clicks and visit history in the domain names they created, and ensure to customize processes such as advertising, promotion and marketing to the user. However, these cookies are not used for identification.
What Are Cookies Used For?
We can list the reasons for using cookies when you visit our Site as follows:
- To perform basic functions so that our Site can run properlythroughout your visit;
- To remember your navigation, usage and preferences during your visit to our Site;
- To increase the functionality of our Site and make it easier to use;
- To improve our Site and adjust performance settings by analyzing (such as most clicked links, most visited pages, number of error messages viewed) usage of it.
Cookies collected through our Site never used for identification or to monitor your activities on websites outside of our Site.
How You Can Manage Cookies?
Cookies usually accepted automatically by web browsers. However, you can set your browser not to accept cookies. We would like to remind you that if you turn off cookies, some functions of our Site may be turned off therefore your experience may be adversely affected while using our Site.
You can customize your cookie preferences by changing your browser settings. If you want to obtain information on how to manage cookies on different web browsers, you can review the table below. For more information about customizing cookies in your browser, get information from your browser’s website.
You can allow or block cookies from the “Cookies” tab by clicking the “lock mark” in the address section of your browser.
You can manage cookies by clicking the security tab in the “Tools” section at the top right of your browser thereafterchoose “allow” or “do not allow”.
You can manage cookies by clicking “options” image in the“open menu” tab which is on the upper right corner on the browser thereafterchoose “privacy and security” button.
You can manage cookies from the “Cookies” section by choosing “Advanced” in the “Preferences” section of your browser.
You can manage all your cookies from the “Settings” section of your browser by clicking “Privacy and Security” button thereafter “safari” tab.