1. WHAT ARE COOKIES, AND HOW CAN YOU MODIFY SETTINGS?
“Cookies” are small text files that a website can use to enhance the user experience.
Some cookies are temporary and disappear when you close your browser, while there are also persistent versions that remain on your computer for a longer period. According to regulations, cookies can be stored on a visitor’s device only if it is strictly necessary for the operation of our website.
We require the visitor’s consent to use any other type of cookies. This website uses various cookies, and some cookies are placed by our third-party providers.
Browsers provide the option to change cookie settings. Most browsers automatically accept cookies by default, but this can be changed to prevent automatic acceptance after configuration.
If you would like to learn more about modifying browser settings, please consult your browser’s instructions or help resources.
2. WHERE IS INFORMATION AND CONSENT REGARDING COOKIE HANDLING PROVIDED?
When you visit our website for the first time, a pop-up window will appear at the top of the screen, allowing you to determine which cookies you consent to.
3. TYPES OF COOKIES
3.1. Essential Cookies
Essential cookies help improve the usability of our website by enabling basic functions such as navigation and access to secure areas of the website.
Without these cookies, the website cannot function properly.
– PHPSESSID: Preserves the user’s session state between page requests. Expires when the browser is closed.
– CookieConsent: Stores the user’s cookie consent on the domain. Expires after 1 year.
– JSESSIONID: Assigns a unique, anonymous identifier to each page open to improve usability. Expires when the browser is closed.
3.2. Preference Cookies
Preference cookies allow us to remember information that changes the behavior or appearance of the website, such as your preferred language or region.
3.3. Statistical Cookies
Statistical cookies help website owners understand how visitors interact with the website by collecting and reporting data anonymously.
– _ga: Records a unique identifier to create anonymous statistical data related to website usage. Expires after 2 years.
– _gid: Records a unique identifier to create anonymous statistical data related to website usage. Expires after 2 years.
– _gat: Used by Google Analytics to regulate the frequency of requests. Expires when the browser is closed.
– collect: Gathers data from the user’s device and browsing habits for Google Analytics across different devices and marketing channels. Expires when the browser is closed.
3.4. Marketing Cookies
Personalized cookies are used to track the website activity of visitors. The goal is to display more relevant ads to individual users, show content that matches their preferences, and encourage engagement.
– ads/ga-audiences: Used by Google Adwords to target users with a presumed higher likelihood of making a purchase based on their browsing habits. Expires when the browser is closed.
– pref: Records a unique identifier from which Google generates statistics about videos viewed by the user on YouTube. Expires after 8 months.
– fr: Used by Facebook to target users with a presumed higher likelihood of making a purchase based on their browsing habits. Expires after 3 months.
– tr: Used by Facebook to target users with a presumed higher likelihood of making a purchase based on their browsing habits. Expires when the browser is closed.
4. CONTROLLING AND DISABLING COOKIE SETTINGS
Modern browsers allow you to modify “cookie settings.” Some browsers automatically accept “cookies” by default, but this setting can be changed to prevent automatic acceptance in the future.
If you change this setting, the browser will offer the option to choose “cookie settings” on subsequent visits.
Even when cookies are enabled, no identifiers or passwords are stored by the Data Controller. Visitors can use the services with complete security when cookies are accepted.
Please note that as cookies are intended to support, facilitate, and enhance the usability and processes of the website, disabling cookies may prevent the visitor from fully utilizing all the website’s functions.
In such cases, the website may operate differently from what is intended in the browser.