This Policy is implemented regardless of the technologies or methods you use to access our site.
What are Cookies and For What Purposes are They Used?
A cookie is a file stored on your computer by websites that you have visited. Cookies are intended for more efficient use of a website by the users. They enable the provision of personalized Internet pages to offer a faster and more convenient visit experience for your personal needs. This file stores information about your website navigation. The devices that you access will remember your data thanks to the information stored in the file when you use the website again. Therefore, cookies are necessary and important for users to use their websites more effectively and easily. Furthermore, cookies are used on the website and on the websites of third parties so that we can provide you with more appropriate services, products or offers.
These technologies may be a variety of data acquisition tools that automatically collect information indicating your access and use each time you visit our website, as well as when collecting data by third parties operating on our behalf and on our account. These technologies we use are used to improve our website, to make it useful, effective and safe. Examples of these technologies include cookies, flash cookies, and analytical cookies.
Main Purposes of Using Cookies
Developing the services provided to you in order to improve the functionality and performance of the website,
Improving the website, introducing new features through the website and personalizing the features offered according to your preferences,
The requirement of some statistical data to make the website more effective,
Collecting information about your browsing and use preferences and habits specific to the website you are on,
The need for your personal data such as your IP address in order to fulfill legal and contractual obligations, especially those arising from the Law No. 5651 on Regulating Broadcasts Made on the Internet and Fighting Against Crimes Committed Through These Publications and the Regulation on the Procedures and Principles on the Regulation of Internet Broadcasts.
What Types of Data Do We Process With Cookies?
Facilitating the use of the websites of Erciyes Anadolu Holding A.Ş. and its Affiliated Companies, to better customize the websites of Erciyes Anadolu Holding A.Ş. and its Affiliated Companies and our products in line with your interests and needs; Remembering your navigation and usage preferences during your visit to the websites of Erciyes Anadolu Holding A.Ş. and its Affiliated Companies,
Ensuring the proper functioning of various features and functions of Erciyes Anadolu Holding A.Ş. and its Affiliated Companies websites,
Gathering general (not personal) information about our site, such as the most clicked links, the most visited pages, the number of error messages displayed, and analyzing this information to process faulty pages, improve our site, remove or improve non-preferred pages about how Erciyes Anadolu Holding A.Ş. and its Affiliated Companies' websites are used by visitors,
Identifying your identity with the data we collect through cookies, profiling you specifically, or tracking your activities on websites other than our site.
Cookies installed on your computer or the information obtained are used for statistical analysis or security measures. No personal data is not collected through cookies.
Cookies are not used except for the purposes specified in this Policy, and all related transactions are carried out in accordance with the Law No. 6698 on Protection of Personal Data.
Cookies can be classified in several ways:2
Type of Cookie
These cookies are used to segregate the user's visit into sessions and do not collect data from the user. The cookie is deleted when the user closes the web page they are visiting or remains passive for a certain period of time.
These cookies are stored in your browser that remain valid until they are deleted by you or until their expiration date.
These cookies are absolutely necessary for the proper functioning of a website. These cookies are required to manage the system, prevent fraudulent transactions, and if blocked, the website will not be able to function.
Functional and Analytical Cookies
These are cookies used for the purposes such as remembering your preferences, using the website effectively, optimizing the site to respond to your requests, and they contain data about how you use the site.
Due to their nature, such cookies might contain your personal data. For example, cookies that record your preference for the display language of a site are functional cookies.
Analytical cookies enable the production of analytical results such as the number of visitors to a website, the detection of pages displayed on a website, the hours of visiting a website, and the movement of scrolling the website pages.
Third Party Cookies
These cookies are primary and third-party cookies created during your visit to our website and third-party domain names. These cookies make it possible to track your click and visit history in the domains where they were created and to match these records between different domains. Such cookies are used to identify and profile users, to target advertising and marketing activities, and customize the content. These cookies will not be used to identify you or make decisions on your own behalf.
How Can You Control Cookies?
You can control or delete cookies, as you desire. You can delete cookies already on your computer and prevent cookies from being saved/placed in most internet browsers. However, we would like to remind you that if you delete cookies and prevent future cookies from being downloaded to your computer, you will not be able to access some of our features.
Most Internet browsers allow you to:
View saved cookies and delete the ones you wish.
Block the third-party cookies.
Block the cookies from certain websites.
Block all cookies.
Delete all cookies when you close Internet Explorer.
1. Open the desktop and tap or click the Internet Explorer icon in the task bar.
2. Tap or click the Tools button and Internet Options.
3. Tap or click the Privacy tab, then move the slider under Settings to block all cookies, and then tap or click OK.
1. Open Chrome on your computer.
2. Click More Settings at the top right.
3. Click Advanced at the bottom.
4. Click Content Settings under "privacy and security".
5. Click cookies.
6. Search for the name of the website under "all cookies and site data".
7. Click the Remove icon to the right of the site.
1. Click the Firefox menu button and select Options.
2. Select the privacy and security panel and go to History.
3. Change the Firefox setting to "Use custom settings for history."
4. Click the "Show cookies ..." button. The cookies window will appear.
5. In the search tab, type the name of the site, cookies of which you want to delete. Cookies that match your search will be displayed.
6. Select the cookie(s) you want to delete and click the "delete selected" button.
7. Close the Cookies window by clicking the "close" button. Then, close the about: preferences page.
1. Select Safari > Preferences.
2. Click Privacy.
3. Click Website Data
4. Select one or more websites, and then click Delete or Delete All.