Cookie Policy


This policy allows users to: The website aims to explain how this website uses cookies in order to provide clear and important information about what choices they have when visiting the website. In the context of this policy, the term nel cookies üzere is used to refer to cookies and similar technologies as prescribed by law (for example, il flash cookies öngörülen, often referred to as web beacons, such as ere local shared objects ’, including transparent gifs).

The information collected relates to data that can identify web users / visitors by mapping and processing other data held by third parties, such as the IP address, domain and registration numbers of the computers used by people who connect to the website. These data are used and processed for statistical purposes only.

This document shall not be subject to notice in accordance with the Turkish Law No. 6698 on the Protection of Personal Data, also given under Article 13 of the Italian Decree Law No. 196 (Law on the Protection of Personal Data, the Italian law governing the European directives mentioned above), which is covered by the Privacy Policy and the context. and it is an important part. Therefore, we strongly recommend that you read this document.

Applicable Law (European Union Cookie Banner)

Topic; European Directive 2002/58 / EC, which was later amended by the Directive 2009/136 / EC and which was adopted by the national laws of the Member States of the European Union, requiring approval for cookies and similar technologies.

What is a cookie

A cookie is a small file, usually a letter and number, that is sent to a device when a user visits the website. Each time the site is visited, cookies are sent back to the website that created them. Cookies are useful because they allow the website to recognize a user’s device.

The use of cookies and similar technologies has long since become important, especially since cookies are important in providing many online services. In this context, the use of these technologies is not prohibited by law, but the law requires individuals to be informed about cookies and a choice of which cookies they accept.

Different cookie types – Session cookies and persistent cookies

Cookies may lose their validity or be stored for a longer period at the end of a session of the browser (from the moment the user opens the browser window to the exit from the browser).

Session cookies – allow web sites to communicate with a user’s actions during a browser session. They can be used for various purposes, such as remembering what a user has put into a shopping cart as they navigate a site. They can also be used for security purposes or to facilitate the use of web e-mail when a user enters internet banking. These session cookies lose their validity at the end of a browser session.

The use of these cookies, called session cookies (which, in any case, are not permanently recorded on the user’s computer, and immediately deleted when the browser is closed) is limited to the transmission of data that identifies the specific session (random numbers generated by the server) and to ensure safe and effective internet browsing. is necessary. The session cookies used on this website prevent users from referring to other computer methods that could potentially compromise privacy in internet roaming.

Persistent cookies – are logged between the browser sessions on the user’s device and in a site (or, in some cases, within various websites) make the user’s preferences or actions remembered. Persistent cookies can be used for a variety of purposes, including when remembering users’ preferences and choices when using a site.

First and third-party cookies – A cookie is a web first party belirli or, third-party ere cookie that is associated with a website or domain that uses that particular cookie. First-party cookies are basically cookies placed by the website visited by the user – that is, the website displayed in the URL window: in other words, cookies are put by

Third-party cookies are cookies that have been placed by a different domain than the one visited by the user: in other words, cookies are placed by websites other than When a user visits a website (such as it puts a cookie through another company, this specific cookie is a third t