Cookie Policy 

As GİGDER we care about your personal data being kept as private. website processing the data of visitors, Law No. 6698 on the Protection of Personal Data, the secondary legislation of the Law and the Personal Data Protection Board Decisions. We also take into considerstion the Law No. 5651 on the Regulation of Broadcasts on the Internet and the Fight Against Crimes Committed by Broadcasting.

In this context, your cookie data can be processed in corporate websites and applications using social media.

What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small data files that enable the recording and collection of certain data sent by users ‘internet browser and internet network server to users’ devices (computer, mobile phone, tablet etc.) are called cookies.

What are the types of cookies?
Cookies, which are intended to be convinient to the users are classified by duration or by the domain which they belong to.
If cookies are to be classified by time, they are divided into two; session cookies and permanent cookies.

Session cookies refer to cookies that are deleted upon the user closing the browser.

Permanent cookies refer to cookies that remain on the user’s computer/device for a predetermined period of time.
If cookies are classified according to their domain name, they are divided into two:
Related party cookies refers to the cookies that are placed by the visited site.
Third party cookies refers to the cookies that are placed by a different visited area. If people outside the visited area place cookies on the user device over the visited area, there is a third party cookie

Why are cookies kept?
GİGDER keeps the cookies to recognize its users and enables data owners to benefit from the browser in the most efficient terms. In addition GİGDER also keeps cookies to be able to upgrade the user experience, keep statistics anonymous without containing user information, lastly to inform and advertise itself.

Is it mandatory to use cookies?
Most browsers enables/allows the usage of cookies. Slowing down may occur on the sites if the cookies are blocked/cancelled.

How to close cookies?
The duration of the cookies varies, depending on browser settings. If cookies are not preferred, than it can be deleted or turned off in the browser settings.

What is the place of cookies within the scope of KVKK?
Even if the personal data is not considered at the first stage when it is collected through cookies, the information (IP address) kept in the background is in the scope of the Law on protection of personal data. Therefore, it should be taken into consideration that the data obtained through cookies will be evaluated only within the scope of the Personal Data Protection Law (KVKK) to the extent that they constitute personal data within the framework of Turkish law