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COOKIE POLICY

OUR USE OF COOKIE POLICY, WEB MARKERS AND SIMILAR TECHNOLOGY

 

Cookies, web beacons and similar technologies are used to allow your experience to be faster and safer when you visit our site, our services, our tools and our messaging, and to allow our site to improve our services for advertising purposes.

 

The following content will provide you with more comprehensive information on the technologies we use and the reasons we need to use them, but for other questions or additional information; You can review our Privacy Policy or contact us at info@reg2c.network.

 

Your Consent

 

By continuing to use our site, our services, our tools or our messaging, you agree to the use of cookies, web beacons and similar technologies as defined herein and in our Privacy Policy. If you do not want to accept these technologies in connection with your visit or use, you can visit the Manage Settings page and see additional options for you to manage, control, or delete the use of our service provider, as described below, for these technologies.

 

What are cookie information, web beacons, and similar technologies?

 

These technologies are small data files that are stored on your computer, tablet, mobile phone, or other device (commonly referred to as ızı device ve), allowing you to record information when you visit or interact with our websites, services, messaging, and other tools. Although these technologies are often referred to as .B Cookie Information sa, there are some differences between their functions. These are as follows;

 

Cookie information: These are small text files (usually composed of letters and numbers) that are placed in the memory of your browser or device when you visit a website or display a message. Cookie information allows the website to recognize a particular device or browser. There are various definition information:

 

Session cookies end when you're signed in to the browser and allow us to connect to your actions during that browser session.

 

Persistent cookie information is stored on your device between browser sessions and allows you to remember your preferences or actions on different sites.

 

 

First-party cookie information is information used by the user-visited website to protect your settings (for example, the settings you use on our site).

 

 

Third-party cookie information is placed on your browser by a website or domain name that does not currently have the website or domain you have visited. If a user visits a website and another entity sets a cookie info through this website, it becomes a third-party cookie.

When you enter a website, you may be asked to fill out a form that provides personal information, such as your name, email address, and interests. This information is gathered into cookie information and sent to your browser (Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, etc.) that stores information for later use. Then, when you log in to the same website, your browser sends the cookie information to the server. When the browser requests a page from the server, the message is sent back to the server.

However;

 

Precisely Required or Basic: 'Precisely required' or 'basic' cookie information, web beacons, and similar technologies allow you to navigate the website and use key features such as secure areas and shopping carts. Without these technologies, the services you want cannot be provided. Please note that these technologies do not collect information that can be used for marketing purposes or to remember where you are browsing on the internet. Accepting these technologies is a condition to use our sites, services, tools, or messaging, so if you block them, you cannot be assured that your use or security will be ensured during your visit to the site.

 

Performance: 'Performance' collects information such as cookies, web beacons, and similar technologies, which pages you visit, and errors you receive if you have one. These cookie information is not used to collect any information that may enable you to identify your identity, and is used only to help us improve the way our website works, to understand our users' demand, and to help us measure the extent to which our content is effective by providing general statistics and data on how our site is used. Accepting these technologies is essential to use our sites, services, tools or messaging.

 

Functionality: These cookie information, web beacons, or similar technologies are used to provide services or recall settings to improve your visit.

 

Advertising: First or third-party cookie information and web beacons may be placed by our sites or tools to provide content, including product ads, for your specific interests on our sites or third-party sites. These technologies enable us to understand how effective our ads are and to improve the level of interest in our content.

 

We also use third-party service providers for our services; this means that our authorized service providers can place cookie information, web beacons, and similar technologies through our services (third party cookies) through our services. They can also collect information such as an IP address that helps identify your device or other unique or device identifiers.

 

Manage, control, and delete cookie information, web beacons, and similar technologies

 

On the Manage Settings page, you can manage specific cookie information, web beacons, and similar technologies that we've placed.

 

You can block cookies by enabling the setting in your browser that allows you to reject all or some of the cookie settings. However, if you block all cookies (including required cookies) using your browser settings, your use of certain features or functions in your website or service may be restricted. As long as you don't set your browser setting to reject cookies, our system will provide cookies when you visit our site.

 

 ’Do Not Track‘ notifications

 

Some browsers use the konusunda Do Not Track et mark to let websites know you are not following you. However, sector participants have not come to a common opinion about what the değ Do Not Track kanı sign means. As with many other websites and online services, we don't change our apps when we get the s Do Not Track de sign from the visitor's browser. To learn more about ebilir Do Not Track, “visit www.allaboutdnt.com.

 

Internet browsers allow you to change your cookie settings. These settings are usually found in the ’options‘ or ız preferences üs menu of your browser. For more information, you can use the 'Help' option of your internet browser.

 

 

 

You need to delete your cookies using the settings of your internet browser to undo your consent when you wish.

 

 

 

More information about cookies

 

    Useful information about cookies, such as deleting or blocking cookie information, can be found at: http://www.allaboutcookies.org

 

    The behavioral advertising and online privacy guidelines produced by the Internet advertising industry can be found at: http://www.youronlinechoices.eu

 
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