Cookie Policy


Purpose and Identity of the Data Controller
In order to comply with the obligations under the Personal Data Protection Law No. 6698 (KVKK), information has been provided about the types of cookies used on our website (, why cookies are used and the management of these cookies.

In this cookie policy, the cookies used to provide a better service to the visitors of the website and to provide a functional online environment are explained to the visitors, how the personal data obtained in accordance with the KVKK are processed and the legal rights and authorisations of the user are specified.

What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a text file stored on the hard drive or browser folder when a website is visited. It is aimed to make the service offered to website visitors faster and more functional through cookies. Providing a personalised online environment according to the website visitor is provided through cookies. Our visitors can determine and change their preferences regarding the use of cookies. Likewise, the visitor has the right to request the deletion of cookies.

Types of Cookies
Cookies are categorised in three groups as cookies according to the purpose they serve, the period during which the data is stored and the sources from which they originate:

Cookies by Purpose
This classification, which is made according to the purpose of using the cookie, includes strictly necessary cookies, preference cookies, statistics cookies and marketing cookies.

Strictly Necessary Cookies
Strictly necessary cookies are cookies that are required to use features such as browsing the website and accessing secure areas of the site. When shopping online in e-commerce stores, the items preferred by the user must be stored for the next step in order to end the purchase and sale process. Cookies that allow items to be kept in the shopping basket on e-commerce sites can be considered as examples of strictly necessary cookies. Strictly necessary cookies are generally first-party session cookies. Although consent is not required for these cookies, the reason why the cookie is used and the necessity of the cookie should be explained to the user.

Preference Cookies
It ensures that the choices made in the past on the website (username information, password information, which language is preferred, etc.) are remembered. Preference cookies that provide automatic access to the website are also called functional cookies.

Statistics Cookies
Statistical cookies, also known as performance cookies, are cookies that provide anonymous, statistical data regarding the use of the website. With statistics cookies, how the user uses the website, the pages visited, the links clicked can be stored. Anonymised statistical cookies are not used to identify the website user. The purpose of these cookies is to make the website more functional.

Marketing Cookies
Marketing cookies are cookies that enable advertisers to present advertisements according to the user’s interest. Statistical data of the advertisements encountered by the website user and data obtained through marketing cookies may be shared with other organisations or advertisers. These are cookies that can be stored permanently.

Cookies According to Storage Periods
Cookies are divided into session cookies and persistent cookies according to the retention period of the data. Session cookies differ from persistent cookies in that they provide temporary, instant data information.

Session Cookies
Session cookies provide data that can be stored until the user closes the browser or the session ends. They are short-term cookies.

Persistent Cookies
Persistent cookies are cookies that remain on the drive until the cookie is deleted by the user or until the expiry date specified for the cookie. Persistent cookies have a variable, written expiry date in their code. According to the e-privacy directive, persistent cookies should not last longer than 12 months.

Cookies by Source
First Party Cookies
First party cookies are placed directly on the device by the website visited.

Third Party Cookies
Third-party cookies are cookies placed on the device not by the website visited, but by a third party such as an advertiser or analytics system.