What is a cookie?
The websites you visit can save small information on your computer or phone and read this information later when you visit the same site. The files in which this small information is saved are called cookies.
Cookies generally serve to improve your browsing experience and personalize sites. For example, if you check the “remember me” option when logging into a site, that site will save a cookie containing your username (or a special ID number) in your browser. Only the site that created them can read cookies. The owner site also determines how long the cookie will be stored.
COOKIES USED ON THE WEBSITE
What is a cookie
Cookies are small text (data) files that are stored on your device or network server via browsers by the websites you visit.
why is it used?
- To improve the services offered to you by increasing the functionality and performance of the Website,
- To improve the Website, to offer new features on the Website and to customize the features offered according to your preferences
- To ensure the legal and commercial security of the Website, you and our company ( or our business, our site, etc.).
Types of Cookies
Cookies, whose main purpose of use is to provide convenience to users, are basically collected in 4 main groups:
Session Cookies: These are cookies that allow you to take advantage of various features such as carrying information between internet pages and systematically remembering the information entered by the user. They are necessary for the functions of the website to function properly.
Performance Cookies: These are cookies that collect information about the frequency of visiting the pages, possible error messages, the total time users spend on the relevant page, and the way they use the site. They are used to increase the performance of the website.
Functional Cookies: These are the cookies that remind the pre-selected options for the convenience of the user and aim to provide advanced internet features to the users within the scope of the website.
Advertising and Third Party Cookies: These are cookies belonging to third party suppliers and allow the use of some functions on the website and the tracking of advertisements (showing appropriate advertisements).
When you click on the link(s) given out from our website, the cookies on the website you are directed to are the responsibility of the website to which you are directed.
Controlling and Deleting Cookies
The method of changing the cookie usage selection varies depending on the browser type and can be learned from the relevant service provider at any time.
- Internet Explorer
Open the desktop and tap or click the Internet Explorer icon on the taskbar.
Tap or click the Tools button and Internet options.
Tap or click the Privacy tab, then move the slider up under Settings and tap or click the OK button to block all cookies.
- Microsoft Edge
Click on the section with three dots in the upper right corner of your Microsoft Edge browser and go to the Settings section.
After saying Select Items to Clean from the new window that appears, select the sections you want to clean from the window that appears.
There are many sections here. You can start the cleaning process by selecting the one you want.
- Google Chrome
Open Chrome on your computer.
Click More Settings in the top right.
Click Advanced at the bottom.
Under “Privacy and security,” click Content settings.
Under “All cookies and site data”, search for the Website’s name.
Click the Remove icon on the right of the site
- Mozilla Firefox
Click the Firefox Menu button and select Options.
Select the Privacy and Security panel and go to the History section.
Change Firefox to use custom settings for history.
Click the Show cookies… button. The Cookies window will appear.
In the Search: field, type the name of the site whose cookies you want to delete. Cookies matching your search will be displayed.
Select the cookie(s) you want to delete and click the Delete selected button.
Close the Cookies window by clicking the Close button. Then close the about:preferences page
Choose Safari > Preferences.
Click Website Data.
Select one or more websites, and then click Delete or Delete All. You can also delete all cookies left behind by the websites you visit through third party software.
To Block Google Analytics:
Google Analytics Untracking Add-on – Google Analytics Opt Out
TYPES OF COOKIES IN TERMS OF STORAGE:
Persistent Cookies: These are cookies that persist on a person’s computer until a certain date or until they are deleted by the user. These cookies are mostly used to measure users’ site movements and preferences.
Session Cookies: These cookies are used to log the user’s visit and do not collect data from the user. The cookie is deleted when the user closes the web page he visited or remains inactive for a certain period of time. Target and tracking cookies are used on the Website to help third parties provide services, especially advertising services, and to increase the effectiveness of these services. These cookies can remember the web pages and sites you visit and collect personal data, especially the IP address of the user device. The Website is used by both first party and third parties to collect information, remember your interests and demographic data, and serve you targeted ads, improve ads, determine the number of visits and ad impressions, other uses of advertising services, and the ratio between those ad impressions and interactions with the ad services uses party cookies.