Cookie Application Policy
If you do not want Cookies to be used in this way, you should adjust your browser settings or not use the Sites. Disabling the Cookies we use may affect your user experience on the Site. The table below summarizes the different types of Cookies we use on the Sites, along with their respective purposes and duration (how long each Cookie will be kept on your device).
What are cookie applications?
Cookies are files or pieces of information that may be stored on your computer (or other internet-enabled devices such as smartphones and tablets) when you visit a SITE. A Cookie is usually; It contains the name of the website from which it was obtained, the "lifetime" of the Cookie (eg how long it will be kept on your device), and a unique numeric value, usually generated randomly.
What kind of Cookies do we use?
The types of cookies we use on our site are as follows;
Session Cookies: These are temporary Cookies that are kept on your device until you leave the site.
Persistent Cookies: They are stored on your device for a longer time until you delete them. (How long the Cookie will be kept on your device will vary depending on the duration or "lifetime" of that Cookie, and your browser settings). Some pages you visit may use pixel tags (also called clean gifs) to receive information that can be shared with third parties that directly support our promotional activities and website improvements. For example, website usage information about visitors to the Site may be shared with our third party advertising agencies in order to provide more effective visibility of banner ads on our websites. This information may be related to your personal information, but they cannot identify you.
Mandatory Cookies: These Cookies are necessary for the Site to function properly, they enable you to navigate our Sites and take advantage of Site features. An example of this is remembering previous actions (eg text entry) when returning to a page within the same session. These Cookies are necessary for the Site to function properly, they enable you to navigate our Sites and take advantage of the Site features. An example of this is remembering previous actions (eg text entry) when returning to a page within the same session.
Performance Cookies: These Cookies; It helps us understand how visitors interact with our website by providing information about issues such as areas visited, time spent on the Site, and error messages encountered. This allows us to improve the performance of our website. These Cookies do not identify you. All data is taken and aggregated anonymously.
Functionality Cookies: These Cookies allow our websites to remember your preferences (e.g. your username, the region you are in or the language you use) for a more personalized online experience.
Cookies also allow visitors to watch videos, play games and use social tools such as blogs, chat rooms and forums. The information these Cookies collect may include confidential data that can identify you, such as your username or profile picture. We must always be transparent about what data we collect, what we do with that data, and who we share it with. If you do not accept these Cookies, the performance and functionality of the Website may be affected and some content on the Website may not be accessible.
Targeting / Advertising Cookies: These Cookies are used to deliver content that is close to you and your interests. It can be used to serve targeted ads or to limit the number of times an name is displayed to you. It also helps us measure the efficiency of advertising campaigns on external websites. We may use these Cookies to remember the websites you visit and share this information with third parties, including advertisers and our own companies. Many types of these Cookies can collect personally identifiable information by tracking consumers by their IP addresses.
How do we use third party Cookies?
We work with some third party vendors who set Cookies on your device when you visit the Site so that they can provide you with the services they provide. For detailed information about these Cookies and how you can opt out of receiving these Cookies, see the relevant sections below. When you visit the site, you may receive Cookies from third party websites or domains. We work to identify these Cookies before they come into use so that you can decide whether or not to accept Cookies. Detailed information about these Cookies may be available on the relevant third party website.
How can I control or delete cookies?
Many internet browsers are set to automatically accept Cookies by default. You can change these settings to block Cookies or to alert you when Cookies are sent to your device. There are several ways to manage cookies. For detailed information on how to adjust your browser settings, please refer to your browser's instruction or help screen. If you disable the Cookies we use, this action may affect your user experience on our Sites; for example, you may not be able to view certain sections of the Site, or you may not be able to access information customized for you when you visit a Site. If you use different devices to view the Site (e.g. computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.), you should ensure that each browser on each of these devices is set to your Cookie preferences.