What is a Cookie?
The websites you visit, they can save small information on your computer or phone, and then read this information when you visit the same site. The files in which this small information is saved are called cookies or cookies English: cookies. Cookies generally serve to improve your internet browsing experience and personalize sites. For example, if you check the “remember me” option when logging in to a site, that site stores a cookie containing your username (or a special identification number) in your browser. Only the site that created them can read cookies. The site also determines how long the cookie will be stored.
Cookies Used on the Website
Minors (Add/remove according to the content of your site)
If you are under the age of 18, you must visit the Website under the supervision of your parents. You should not use this Website without the accompaniment of your parents and you should not share any personal data.
What is a Cookie and Why is it Used?
Cookies are small text (data) files that are stored by the websites you visit to your device or network server via browsers.
To improve the services offered to you by increasing the functionality and performance of the Website,
To improve the Website, to offer new features through the Website and to personalize the features offered according to your preferences,
The Website, you and our company (or our business, our site, etc.) to ensure legal and commercial security.
Types Of Cookie
Cookies, the main purpose of which is to provide convenience to users, are mainly collected in four main groups:
Session Cookies: These are cookies that allow you to take advantage of various features, such as transporting information between Internet pages and systemically remembering the information entered by the user, and are necessary for the functions of the website to function Decently.
Performance Cookies: These are cookies that collect information about the frequency of pages visited, possible error messages, the total time users spend on the relevant page, as well as how they use the site, and are used to improve the performance of the website.
Functional Cookies: They are cookies that remind the user of the previously selected options for convenience and aim to provide advanced internet features to the users 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 advertising (displaying appropriate advertising).
www.alandi.com the purposes of use of the cookies used by the company are as follows:
What are the Personal Data Processed Through Cookies?
The identity of the person (name, surname, nickname, date of birth, etc.) and contact (residence address, e-mail address, phone number, IP address, browser information, computer information, location information, etc.) information provided by us, through cookies available on the website, by automated or non-automated methods or software, and sometimes; ad networks, analytics software, press volume information providers and related technologies, such as software or by a third party, obtained, recorded, stored, and updated pursuant to the terms and services agreement between you and US, and for the duration of the processing of personal data depending on the conditions, in accordance with the law will be handled.
(If the ad is not published on the site, you can delete this part)
www.alanadi.com , Google Adsense (or whichever system you use, specify them all individually separately) uses the advertising system/systems. This system contains the DoubleClick DART cookie, which is used by Google for ads served on publisher websites where AdSense ads are displayed to provide content.
Google uses third-party advertising companies to provide advertising services when visiting our website. These companies may use information (other than your name, address, email address, or phone number) that they obtain from your visits to these sites and other websites to show you advertising products and services that may be of interest to you. More information about this practice and to know your choices about not having this information used by these companies, and for more information, see the NAI self-regulatory principles for publishers (PDF) you can benefit from a supplement.
Delete control cookies
The method of changing the cookie usage selection varies depending on the browser type and can be learned from the relevant service provider at any time.
* Internet Explorer
Open your computer’s desktop and tap or click on the “Internet Explorer” icon on the taskbar.
Click on the “Tools” button, then on the “Internet options” section.
Tap or click on the “Privacy” tab, then move the slider located under the settings up to block all cookies and click the “OK” button.
* Microsoft Edge
Click on the section with three dots in the upper right corner of your “Microsoft Edge” browser and go to the “Settings” section.
After saying “Select Items to be Cleaned” in the new window that comes up, select the cookies that you want to clear from the window that comes up.
There are many sections here. You can start the cleaning process by selecting the desired cookies.
• Google Chrome
Open Google Chrome on your computer.
In the upper right, click on the “Other Settings” section.
Click on the “Advanced” section located at the bottom.
Click on the “Content Settings” section, which is under the “Privacy and Security” section.
Then click on the “Cookies” option.
Search for the name of the website you are logged in to under the “All cookies and Site Data” section.
Click the “Uninstall” icon to the right of the site.
• Mozilla Firefox
Click the “Menu” button from your “Firefox” browser and go to the “Options” section.
Select the “Privacy and Security” panel and go to the “History” section.
Change the Firefox setting to “let it use custom settings for the past”.
Click on the “Show Cookies” button. The Cookies window will appear.
In the search field, type the name of the site whose cookies you want to delete. Dec. Cookies that match your search with the website will be displayed.
Select the cookie(s) you want to delete and click on the “Delete Selected Ones” button.
Close the cookies window by clicking the “Close” button. Then close the “about:preferences” page.
Enter the “Safari” browser and go to the “Preferences” section.
Click on the “Privacy” item.
Click on “Website Data”.
Select one or more websites and then click on the “Delete or Delete All” option.
You can also delete all cookies left behind by the websites you visit through third-party software.
Google Analytics Tracking Blocking Plugin – Opt Out of Google Analytics Coverage
Types of Cookies in Terms of the Time They are Stored
Persistent Cookies: Persistent Cookies are cookies that persist on a person’s computer until a certain date or until they are deleted by the user. These cookies are mainly used to measure users’ site movements and preferences.
Session Cookies: These cookies are used to separate 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 he has visited or remains inactive for a certain period of time. Target and tracking cookies are used on the Website to help third parties provide services, especially advertising services, and to increase the effectiveness of these services. These cookies can remember the web pages and sites you have visited and collect personal data, especially the IP address of the user’s device. Website, gather information, your interests, remember you, improve your ads and serve ads targeted to you visit and the demographic data and the number of ad impressions, and other ad impressions and use of ad services advertising services regarding interactions between this ratio to determine both First-party and third-party cookies are disabled. The website uses social plugins that provide links to social networks such as Facebook and LinkedIn. When you visit the Website and use these plugins, the Website connects directly to the server of the selected social network. Then, the content offered by the plugin is transmitted directly from social networks to your web browser and added to the website you are visiting. In this way, the relevant social network can access and process the data belonging to you and combine it with the data belonging to your account in the relevant social network.
Please note that we do not have any influence and control over the scope of the data that social networks process through plugins. For more information on the purposes for which social networks will process your personal data, by what methods and for what period of time, please carefully review the personal data processing policies published by the respective social networks.
It uses the following cookies on the Website:
Name of The Cookie
Purpose of Use
Ads by Google cookies, to remember your safe search preferences, to show you more relevant ads, many visitors are coming to a page if you register for our services help protect your data, or to remember your ad settings and uses. This helps the website remember information about your visit (for example, your preferred language and other settings). Information about your use of this Website (including your IP address) is transmitted to Google and stored by Google on servers in the USA. Google this information to evaluate your use of the website, to compile website activity and internet usage for the company to provide other services related to website activities and will use your IP address but will not match up with other data stored by Google. For more information about the use of Google Ads cookies (including opt-out options), you can visit: Google Privacy
RMC uses “cookies”, which are small text files that contain a unique identifier that belongs to your computer or a third-party analytics provider through the web browser. It uses this to improve the services and websites. RMC uses Google Analytics to track the performance of certain marketing campaigns and some of its products. This is to allow third-party service providers to create tailored ads on behalf of RMC at different touchpoints. These service providers will provide your personal information, contact information, etc. It may collect your IP address and non-personally identifiable information. These cookies also provide statistical information about how our website is used and its performance. For more information about the use of RMC cookies (including opt-out options), you can visit: Related Digital Privacy
Facebook cookies, if you have a Facebook account, the site and applications, including Facebook, if you use their products, or their sites or applications that use the Facebook products (including the Like button and other Facebook technologies) if you visit uses. Cookies allow Facebook to provide Facebook products to you and understand the information it receives about you, including your use of other websites and applications, regardless of whether you are registered or logged in. Cookies; it uses it for identity control, security and site integrity, ads, recommendations, measurement, analysis and reporting.