What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of information stored by the browser on your mobile phone, tablet or computer. Each cookie belongs to a specific website and stores user settings, which pages you visit, or other information that allows the website to recognize you as a user.
Types of Cookies and Purposes of Use
Cookies in terms of their validity period:
Temporary Cookies (Session Cookies): Session Cookies are temporary cookies that are used during visitors' visits to the website and are deleted after the browser is closed. The main purpose of using such cookies is to ensure that the website functions properly during your visit. For example; Thanks to these cookies, it is possible to fill in the 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 provide a faster and better service. Such cookies are used to remember visitors' preferences and are stored on visitors' devices through browsers. Some types of persistent cookies; It can be used to offer special suggestions to visitors, taking into account issues such as the purpose of use of the website. If the website is visited again with the same device thanks to permanent cookies, it is checked whether there is a cookie created by the website on the devices of the visitors, and if there is, it is understood that the website has been visited before and the contents to be transmitted to the visitors are determined accordingly. Cookie-Like Technologies are also included in this scope.
Cookies by source
First-party cookies: They are placed directly on the visitors' devices by the website. First-party cookies are defined by the website you are visiting and can only be read by this website.
Third-party cookies: Third-party cookies are defined by other organizations used for different services. For example, the external data analysis services we use and the suppliers that offer this service set cookies on our behalf to report on what is popular and what is not.
Cookies according to their intended use:
Mandatory Cookies: Mandatory cookies are necessary for you to browse our website and use its features such as accessing secure areas of the website. These cookies are used for purposes such as security and authentication, they are not used for any marketing purposes and do not identify your identity. An example of this is remembering previous actions when returning to a page within the same session.
Functionality cookies: Functionality cookies allow us to remember past choices (your username, the region you are in or the language you use) on our website for a more personalized online experience. The information these cookies collect may include confidential data that can identify you, such as your username or profile picture.
Not allowing the use of such cookies may result in not using a special feature for you and prevent it from remembering your preferences.
Performance cookies: These cookies help us understand how visitors interact with our website by collecting information such as how you use our website, which pages you visit and which links you click. These cookies do not identify you. All data is taken and aggregated anonymously.
Marketing cookies: These cookies are used to deliver content that is close to you and your interests. It can also be used to serve targeted ads or limit the number of times an ad is viewed to you. Many types of these cookies can collect personally identifiable information by tracking consumers.
What happens if cookies are not accepted?
If you decide not to accept cookies, certain features of this website may not be displayed or may not work properly. This limits what you do on our website and can have an impact on the design and user experience.
Features that are likely to be affected include:
Using the My Favorites (My Content) function
Inability to experience the website in a personalized way
Like or share this page on social networks
Viewing embedded content
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.
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 to the right of the site.
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.
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.