This Policy is applied regardless of the technologies or methods you use to access our site.
What is a Cookie and For What Purposes Is It Used?
A cookie is a file that is kept on your computer by the websites you visit. Cookies aim to use a website more efficiently by users. It allows personalized web pages to be offered in order to provide you a more convenient and faster visit experience for your personal needs. In this file, information about your website navigation is stored. Thanks to the information kept in the file, the devices you access will remember your data when you use the website again. Therefore, cookies are necessary and important for the users to use the websites more effectively and easily. In addition, cookies are used on the website and on the websites of third parties to enable us to offer you more suitable services, products, or offers.
These technologies can be a variety of data acquisition tools that automatically collect information indicating your access and use every time you visit our website, as well as the related technologies can be used while data is collected by third parties showing activity on our behalf and on our account. These technologies are used to improve our website and make it useful, effective, and secure. Examples of these technologies can be specified as cookies, flash cookies and analytical cookies.
Essential Purposes of Using Cookies
- To improve the services offered to you for increasing the functionality and performance of the website,
- To improve the website and offer new features over the website, and personalize the features offered to you according to your preferences;
- To need some statistical data that is needed for using the website more effectively,
- To collect information about your browsing and usage preferences and habits specific to the website where you are,
- Your personal data, such as your IP address, is required for the fulfillment of legal and contractual obligations, particularly those arising from the Law No. 5651 on Regulating Broadcasts on the Internet and Combating Crimes Committed Through These Publications and the Regulations on the Procedures and Principles on the Broadcasting on the Internet.
What kind of data do we process with cookies?
- To facilitate the use of the websites of dooh.ist, to customize the websites of dooh.ist and our products in line with your interests and needs;
- To remember your browsing and usage preferences during your visit to the websites of dooh.ist,
- To ensure that the various features and functions of the websites of dooh.ist function properly,
- Collecting general information about our site, such as the most clicked links, the most visited pages, and the number of error messages displayed, how the websites of dooh.ist are used by visitors, and analyzing this information, recovering the fault pages, improving our site, removing or improving undesired pages,
- To identify your identity with the data collected via the cookies, to make customized profiles that is special for you, or to keep the tracking of your activities on the websites other than this site.
Cookies installed or information obtained on your computer are used for statistical analysis or security measures. No personal data is collected through the cookies.
Cookies are not used for purposes other than those specified in this Policy, and all the related transactions are carried out in accordance with the Law No. 6698 regarding Protection of Personal Data.
Categories of Cookies
Cookies can be classified in various types:
Session Cookies: These cookies are used to set the user’s visit into sessions and do not collect data from the user. The cookie is deleted when the user closes the web page visited or has been passive for a certain period of time.
Permanent Cookies: These cookies are stored in your browser and remain valid until they are deleted by you or till the expiration date.
Compulsory Cookies: These cookies are absolutely essential for the proper functioning of the Website. These cookies are needed to manage the system and to prevent fraudulent transactions, and the website will not work if it is blocked.
Functional and Analytical Cookies: Cookies contain data about how you use the site, such as remembering your preferences, using the website effectively, and optimizing the site to respond to your requests. Due to their qualifications, such cookies may contain your personal data. For example, cookies recording your display language preferences are functional cookies. Analytical cookies are the cookies that provide the production of analytical results such as the number of visitors to the website, the detection of the pages displayed on the website, the website visiting hours, the scrolling movements of the website pages.
Tracking Cookies: Tracking cookies are first- and third-party cookies developed during your visit to our website and third-party domains. These cookies enable the tracking of clicking and visit history at the domains where they were created and matching these records between different domains. Such cookies are used for the purpose of recognizing and profiling users, targeting advertising and marketing activities, and customizing the content. These cookies will not be used to specify your identity or to make personal decisions on your own.
How can you control the cookies?
You can control or delete the cookies as you wish. You can delete the cookies that are already on your computer and prevent the saving/placing of the cookies in most Internet browsers. However, we would like to remind you that if you delete cookies and block the download of cookies in the future on your computer, you will not be able to access some of our features.
Most internet browsers allow you to perform the following:
- Viewing saved cookies and deleting the ones that you want.
- Blocking third-party cookies.
- Blocking the cookies from specific sites.
- Blocking all the cookies.
- Deleting all the cookies when you close the web browser.
- Open the desktop and touch or click on the Internet Explorer icon on the taskbar.
- Touch or click on the Tools button and Internet options.
- Touch or click on the Privacy tab, then move the slider under Settings upwards in order to block all identification information and touch or click on the OK button.
- Open Chrome on your computer.
- Click on the Other Settings on the upper right corner.
- Click on the Advanced tab in the bottom.
- Click on the “Content settings” under “Privacy and Security”.
- Click on “Cookies”.
- Search for the internet site under “All cookies and site data”.
- Click on the Remove icon on the right side of the site.
- Click on Firefox Menu button and select Options.
- Select Privacy and Security panel and go to History section.
- Modify the Firefox settings as “Use special settings for history”.
- Click on the Show Cookies… button. Cookies window will be shown.
- Search: In the field, type the name of the site which you want to delete the cookies. The cookies matching your search will be displayed.
- Select the cookies that you want to delete and click on the “Delete the Selections” button.
- Click on the Close button and close the Cookies window. Then close the about:preferences page.
- Select Safari > Preferences.
- Click on the Privacy item.
- Click on the Internet Site Data section.
- Select one or more internet sites and click on “Delete” or “Delete All” options