What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a text file downloaded to your computer to enable you to use some features when you visit a website. Cookies can be considered as a memory obtained by recording the activities of website users on the site. For example, when you close a video on the site, it is possible to continue from the same place later, only if cookies are allowed.
Who Send Cookies and How?
Cookies are sent by Ageo and/or by third parties, if they provide some content such as videos or photos on the visited page, and through the communication established between the browser on your device (such as Google Chrome, Safari, etc.) and the servers of the above-mentioned organization.
What are Cookies Used for?
Cookies are used for many different purposes. For example, cookies are mostly used for the following purposes:
· The proper functioning of the website (For example, content such as text, photos, links in the site are located in the relevant places)
· Providing a more personalized and interesting experience for visitors (for example, providing services tailored to your preferences)
· Developing and optimizing the website (For example, fix pages that have errors or are not preferred)
· Remembering visitors' preferences (For example, the information you enter when logging into our website, language and other preferences)
· Keeping the preferences of the visitors about the products (For example, the product added to your cart remains in your cart when the page is refreshed)
· Keeping site browsing activities related to public safety
What Types of Cookies We Use?
· ·Session Cookies are temporary cookies that are kept on your devices until you leave the website.
· Persistent cookies, on the other hand, are cookies that remain on the hard disk of your device for a long time, and their duration of use can vary from a few days to several years.
· Mandatory Cookies are necessary for the website to function properly and for users to benefit from the services and navigation features offered on the site. For example, social media sharing cookies sent to your device by social media networks are mandatory cookies, although they are not sent by us, so that you can share news that interests you on our site or access our accounts on the relevant platform.
· Functional and Analytical Cookies are used for purposes such as remembering your preferences, using the website effectively, optimizing the site to respond to user requests, and contain data about how visitors use the site. Due to their nature, these types of cookies may contain your personal information. For example, cookies that save your language preference on our site are functional cookies.
· Advertising and Marketing Cookies are used to identify the products and similar products you are interested in, and to provide you with a better purchasing experience, in line with your express consent for processing, and contain data about which products visitors are interested in.
How Information From Your Device is Used?
In addition, we use the contents of the articles, news and other tabs on our website for statistical purposes by anonymizing the usage data regarding the click frequency and the pages visited during your visits. You do not have to accept cookies in order to use our website, but in this case, the quality of your user experience may decrease. You can delete or block cookies, but in this case, our website may not work as it should. We do not use the data we collect through cookies to identify you. Cookies are not used for purposes other than those specified in this Policy and are not processed in violation of data protection legislation.
• Internet Explorer
1. Open the desktop and tap or click the Internet Explorer icon on the taskbar.
2. Tap or click the Tools button and Internet options.
3. Tap or click the Privacy tab, then move the slider up under Settings and tap or click the OK button to block all cookies. Opera
1. Go to the "preferences" section of your browser.
2. By selecting the “Advanced” section. You can edit cookies in the Cookies section.
1. Safari > Choose Preferences.
2. Click Privacy.
3. Click on Website Data.
4. Select one or more websites, and then click Delete or Delete All. You can also delete all cookies left behind by the websites you visit through third party software.
• Microsoft Edge
1. Click on the section with three dots in the upper right corner of your Microsoft Edge browser and go to the Settings section.
2. After you click Select Items to Clean from the new window that appears, select the sections you want to clean from the window that appears.
3. There are many sections here. You can start the cleaning process by choosing the one you want.
• Mozilla Firefox
1. Click the Firefox Menu button and select Options.
2. Select the Privacy and Security panel and go to the History section.
3. Change Firefox to use custom settings for history.
4. Click the Show cookies... button. The Cookies window will appear.
5. In the search field, type the name of the site whose cookies you want to delete. Cookies matching your search will be displayed.
6. Select the cookie(s) you want to delete and click the Delete Selected button.
7. Close the Cookies window by clicking the Close button. Then close the about:preferences page
• Google Chrome
1. Open Chrome on your computer.
2. Click More Settings in the top right.
3. Click Advanced at the bottom.
4. Under "Privacy and security," click Content settings.
5. Click on Cookies.
6. Under "All cookies and site data", search for the Website's name.
7. Click the “Remove” icon on the right of the site.