What is a Cookie?
Cookies are very small text files, generally consisting of letters and numbers, that are stored on your computer (or other devices such as smartphones or tablets) by the websites you visit. Cookies do not contain personal data such as name, gender or address of visitors.
Cookies are created by servers that manage the website you visit. Thus, the server can understand when the visitor visits the same site. Cookies can be compared to identity cards that show website owners that the same visitor revisits the site.
Why are Cookies Used?
In the Site, Cookies are used for the following purposes :
- Analyzing the Site and increasing the performance of the Site. For example, determining the number of visitors to the Site and making performance settings accordingly or making it easier for visitors to find what they are looking for.
- To increase the functionality of the Site and to provide ease of use. For example, remembering the search queries of the visitor visiting the Site on their next visit or providing a link to third party social media activities through the Site.
- To perform personalization, targeting and advertising activities. For example, showing ads related to the interests of visitors on the pages and products viewed by the visitors.
What Rights Do Visitors Have?
Pursuant to Article 11 of the Law on the Protection of Personal Data No.6698, visitors can apply to CHO, about themselves,
- Learning whether personal data is being processed,
- Requesting information if personal data has been processed,
- Learning the purpose of processing personal data and whether they are used appropriately for their purpose,
- To know the third parties in the country or abroad to whom personal data is transferred,
- To request correction of personal data if it is incomplete or incorrectly processed, and to request notification of the transaction made within this scope to third parties to whom personal data are transferred,
- Although it has been processed in accordance with the provisions of the Law and other relevant laws, to request the deletion or destruction of personal data in the event that the reasons for its processing disappear, and to request notification of the transaction made within this scope to third parties to whom personal data have been transferred,
- To object to the occurrence of a result against the person himself by analyzing the processed data exclusively through automated systems,
- To demand the compensation of the damage in case of damage due to the processing of personal data illegally
it has rights.
The said rights will be evaluated and concluded within 30 (thirty) days, in any case, when they are submitted by personal data owners in writing or via their registered e-mail address. Although it is essential that no fee is charged for the requests, CHO reserves the right to charge a fee on the fee schedule determined by the Personal Data Protection Board.
Consent and Changes in Policy
CHO may change the Policy provisions at any time. It takes effect on the date it is published on the Current Policy Portal.
Last updated: 31/01/2021
Persistent cookies are types of cookies used to increase the functionality of the Site and provide a faster and better service to our visitors. These types of cookies are used to remember visitor preferences and are stored on the device used via browsers.
Some types of persistent cookies can be used to offer you special suggestions, taking into account your purpose of using the Site.
Thanks to persistent cookies, if you visit the Site again with the same device, it will be checked whether there is a cookie created by the Site on your device, and if there is, it will be understood that you have visited the site before and the content to be transmitted to you is determined accordingly and thus a better service to you. is presented.
Targeting / Advertising Cookies
These are the types of cookies used to customize the ads served to users on the site and to prevent the ads that have already been viewed.
Analytical cookies are cookies that enable the production of analytical results such as the number of visitors to the Site, the detection of the pages displayed on the Site, the portal visit hours, and the scrolling movements of the site pages.
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