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What is a Cookie?

Almost every website today uses cookies. Like most internet sites, we also use cookies to provide you with a better, faster, and more secure experience. A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your device (such as a computer or mobile phone) when you visit a website. Cookies can be stored on your device through your browser during your first visit to a website. When you revisit the same site with the same device, your browser checks if there is a cookie registered for that site on your device. If a record exists, it transmits the data within the record to the website you are visiting. This allows the website to recognize that you have previously visited and tailor the content accordingly.

Why are Cookies Used?

Some cookies enable websites to remember the preferences you used during your previous visits, resulting in a more user-friendly and personalized experience for your subsequent visits.
Furthermore, links to third-party websites on the website are subject to the privacy policies of those third parties. Responsibility for privacy practices does not belong to, and it is recommended to read the privacy policy of the relevant site when visiting the site within the context of the link.

Types of Cookies

Cookies, whose main purpose is to provide convenience to users, are generally classified into 4 main groups:

  • Session Cookies: These cookies allow various features such as transferring information between web pages and remembering information entered by the user, and they are necessary for the proper functioning of website functions.
  • Performance Cookies: These cookies collect information about page visit frequency, possible error messages, and the total time users spend on the relevant page. They are used to improve the performance of the website.
  • Functional Cookies: These cookies remember previously selected options to provide convenience to the user and aim to provide advanced internet features to users within the scope of the website.
  • Advertising and Third-Party Cookies: These are cookies belonging to third-party providers and enable the use of certain functions on the website and tracking of advertisements.

Purposes of Cookie Usage

The purposes of the cookies used by are as follows:

  • Security purposes: can use cookies that allow the use of functions on this site, ensuring the administration and security of its systems, or detecting irregular behavior.
  • Functionality purposes: can use cookies that facilitate the use of its systems and provide usage features specific to users by remembering user information and previous selections.
  • Performance purposes: can use cookies that evaluate and analyze user interaction and behavior by measuring the performance of its systems.
  • Advertising purposes: can use cookies that measure the effectiveness of advertisements or analyze click-through rates to deliver advertisements and similar content based on user interests through its own systems or third-party systems.

Advertising Cookie Usage uses the Google Adsense advertising system. This system includes the DoubleClick DART cookie, which is used in advertisements served by Google on publisher websites where AdSense ads for content are displayed.
As a third-party vendor, Google uses cookies to serve ads on our website. Using these cookies, they provide ads to your users based on their visits to your site and other sites on the internet. You can prevent the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google advertising and content network privacy policy.

Google uses third-party advertising companies to provide advertising services when you visit our website. These companies may use the information they obtain from your visits to these sites and other websites (excluding your name, address, email address, or telephone number) to display advertisements about products and services that may be of interest to you. To learn more about this practice and to understand your options, including how to prevent the use of such information by these companies, you can visit the NAI Self-Regulatory principles for publishers (PDF) document.

Controlling and Deleting Cookies
To change your preferences regarding cookie usage or to block or delete cookies, you can simply change the settings of your browser. Many browsers offer options to control cookies, such as accepting or rejecting cookies, accepting only certain types of cookies, or receiving a prompt from the browser when a website requests to store cookies on your device. It is also possible to delete previously stored cookies in your browser. The methods for controlling or deleting cookies may vary depending on the browser you use. You can find instructions on how to allow or block cookies or how to delete cookies for some popular browsers through the following links:

The method of changing cookie usage preferences may vary depending on the type of browser and can be learned from the relevant service provider when desired.

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