What is a cookie?
The websites you visit can save small pieces of information to your computer or phone and read these pieces of information when you visit the same site later. The files where these small pieces of information are stored are called cookies. Cookies generally aim to improve your browsing experience and personalize the sites. For instance, if you check the “remember me” option when logging into a site, that site saves a cookie on your browser that contains your username (or a unique identification number). Only the site that creates the cookies can read them. The duration for which a cookie is stored is determined by the site itself.
COOKIES USED ON THE WEBSITE
If you are under 18 years of age, you must visit the Website under the supervision of your parents. You should not use this Website or share any personal information without the supervision of your parents.
What is a Cookie and Why is it Used?
Cookies are small text (data) files stored on your device or network server by the websites you visit via browsers.
- To improve the services offered to you by increasing the functionality and performance of the Website,
- To improve the Website, provide new features through the Website and personalize the offered features according to your preferences,
- To ensure the legal and commercial security of the Website, you, and our company.
Types of Cookies
Cookies, whose main purpose is to provide convenience to users, are essentially collected in 4 main groups:
- Session Cookies: These are cookies that allow for the transfer of information between internet pages and the systematic remembering of information entered by the user, enabling the use of various features, and are necessary for the functions of the website to operate properly.
- Performance Cookies: These are cookies that collect information about the frequency of visits to the pages, possible error messages, the total time users spend on the relevant page, and the usage patterns of the site, and are used with the aim of improving the performance of the website.
- Functional Cookies: These are cookies that remind previously selected options for the convenience of the user and aim to provide advanced internet features within the scope of the website.
- Advertising and Third-Party Cookies: These are cookies belonging to third-party suppliers and allow the use of certain functions on the website and the tracking of advertisements (displaying appropriate advertisements).
Purposes of Using Cookies
dazetarim.com uses the Google Adsense advertising system/systems. This system includes the DoubleClick DART cookie used by Google to serve ads on publisher websites displaying AdSense ads.
Google uses third-party advertising companies to serve ads when you visit our website. These companies may use information (excluding your name, address, email address, or phone number) obtained from your visits to this and other websites to show you advertisements for products and services of interest to you. You can use the NAI Self-Regulatory principles for publishers (PDF) document, Appendix A, to learn about this practice and find out what your options are to prevent this information from being used by these companies.
Controlling and Deleting Cookies
The method for changing the cookie usage choice depends on the type of browser and can be learned from the relevant service provider upon request.
- Open the desktop and touch or click the Internet Explorer icon on the taskbar.
- Touch or click the Tools button and Internet options.
Touch or click the Privacy tab, then move the slider under Settings upward to block all cookies, and touch or click the OK button.
- Click the three dots icon in the top right corner of your Microsoft Edge browser and go to Settings.
- From the new window that appears, select Choose What to Clear after clicking on it.
- There are many sections here. You can start the cleaning process by selecting the ones you want.
- Open Chrome on your computer.
- Click More Settings at the top right.
- Click Advanced at the bottom.
- Under “Privacy and security,” click Content settings.
- Click Cookies.
- Under “All cookies and site data,” search for the website’s name.
- Click the Remove icon next to the site.
- Click the Firefox Menu button and select Options.
- Select the Privacy & Security panel and go to the History section.
- Change the Firefox setting to Use custom settings for history.
- Click Show Cookies. The Cookies window will appear.
- In the Search: field, type the name of the site whose cookies you want to remove. The cookies that match your search will be displayed.
- Select the cookie(s) you want to remove and click the Remove Selected button.
- Close the Cookies window by clicking the Close button. Then close the about:preferences page.
- Select Safari > Preferences.
- Click Privacy.
- Click Manage Website Data.
- Select one or more websites, then click Remove or Remove All. You can also remove all cookies left behind by the websites you visit through third-party software.
This site uses the Google Analytics Visitor Tracking System
To Block Google Analytics:
Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on – Stay out of Google Analytics Scope
COOKIE TYPES BASED ON DURATION OF STORAGE:
Persistent Cookies: These are cookies that remain on a person’s computer until a specific date or until deleted by the user. These cookies are mostly used to measure the actions and preferences of users on the site.
Session Cookies: These cookies are used to divide 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 they visited or remains inactive for a certain period. Third-party cookies are used on the Website to help provide services, especially advertising services, by third parties and to increase the effectiveness of these services. These cookies can remember the web pages and sites you visit and collect personal data, primarily the IP address of the user’s device. The Website uses both first-party and third-party cookies to collect information, remember your interests and demographic data, and present you with targeted advertisements, improve advertisements, determine the number of visits and ad impressions, and other uses of ad services and the ratio between these ad impressions and interactions with ad services. The Website benefits from social plugins that provide links to social networks such as Facebook and LinkedIn. When you visit the Website and use these plugins, the Website directly connects to the server of the selected social network. Then, the content provided by the plugin is directly transmitted from the social networks to your web browser and added to the website you are visiting. Thus, the relevant social network can access and process your data and combine it with the data of your account on the respective social network.
Please remember that we have no influence or control over the scope of data processed by social networks through plugins. For more information on how social networks process your personal data, what methods they use, and how long they process your data, please carefully review the personal data processing policies published by the relevant social networks.
You can also delete all cookies left behind by the websites you visit through third-party software.
For all questions and comments regarding the policy, please visit our Contact page.