Cookies are very small text files, usually consisting of letters and numbers, that are created on your computer (or other devices such as a smartphone or tablet) by the websites you visit. Cookies do not contain personal data such as name, gender, or address of visitors.
Cookies are created by the servers that manage the website you visit. Thus, the server can detect when the visitor visits the same site again. Cookies are similar to ID cards that show website owners that the same visitor is visiting the site again.
Depending on your internet browser, you can obtain further information about Cookies and use your right to allow or block Cookies by following the steps below:
If you refuse persistent cookies or session cookies, you may continue to use the Website, however you may not be able to access all functions of the Website or your access may be restricted.
Mandatory Cookies: These Cookies are compulsory for the Website to function properly. These Cookies are required to manage the system, to prevent fraudulent transactions; hence the Website cannot function properly if they are blocked.
Analysis/Performance Cookies: These Cookies try to analyze and understand the operating mechanism of the Website and enable the improvement of the Website by interacting with the User. These Cookies may be blocked.
Functional and Analytic Cookies: These Cookies are used to provide the User an easier and improved user experience. They can perform functions such as remembering previous preferences of the User, ensuring easy access to some content on the Website, ensuring effective use of the Website, optimization of the Website to respond to User requests and collecting information about how Users use the Website. Due to their nature, such Cookies may contain personal information such as username etc. These cookies may be blocked.
Targeting/Advertising/Commercial Cookies: These Cookies are used to identify and present content that may be of interest, including advertising content. It serves to increase the usage experience by presenting the products/content similar to the targeted product/content in line with the interests and choices of the visitors and by offering a more advanced, personalized advertisement portfolio. The period of keeping these Cookies in the background is approximately 2 (two) months, and it is possible for the user to make the necessary adjustments from the internet browser settings. In any case, these settings may change based on the internet browser. The use of these Cookies may be blocked. However, this blocking will not completely block advertisement content; instead of advertisement that may only be of interest to the user, advertisement with general content will be presented.
Flash Cookies: These are used to enable image or audio content on the Website.
Third Party Cookies: Website works with third-party trusted, well-known advertisement providers. Third-party service providers place their own Cookies in order to serve user-specific advertisements. Cookies placed by third parties collect and process the browsing information of visitors on the Website and analyze how they are used.
Persistent Cookies: These are cookies that persist until they are deleted by the User from the computer and smart mobile device or continue to exist for a certain date. These Cookies are mostly used to measure Users' preferences and activity on the Website.
Session Cookies: These Cookies are used to process the User's visit on the basis of sessions and do not actually collect data from the User. These Cookies are deleted when the User stays inactive for a certain period of time on the Website or when logs off the Website. These Cookies can remember web pages and sites visited previously and collect personal data. The Website uses both first-party and third-party cookies for situations such as collecting information, remembering demographic data and interests and recording the number of visits. When the Website is visited and these plug-ins are used, the Website directly establishes connection to the server of the selected social network. The content provided by the plug-in is then transmitted from social networks directly to the web browser and finally added to the website being visited. In this way, the relevant social network can access and process the data of the user and combine it with the data of the account in the relevant social network.
Inofab has no control over the data processed by social networks via plug-ins. The personal data policies published by the relevant social networks should be carefully examined in order to obtain further information about for what purpose, with which methods and for how long social networks will process your personal data.
Date of Update: 24.11.2021
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