Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy


As a legal entity, we care about the privacy of your personal data.   Data Protection Law, secondary legislation of the Law and Personal Data We take into account the Decisions of the Protection Board, and the Law No. 5651 on the Regulation of Broadcasts on the Internet and Fighting Against Crimes Committed Through Broadcasting.

In this context, your cookie data can be processed on corporate websites and applications using social media.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small data files that enable the recording and collection of certain data sent to users' devices (computer, mobile phone, tablet, etc.) by the internet browser and internet network server that people use.

What are the types of cookies?

Cookies whose purpose is to provide convenience to users are classified by duration  or  by the domain name they belong to 

If cookies are classified in terms of duration, they are divided into two as  session cookies  and  persistent cookies 

Session cookies refers to cookies that are deleted when the user closes the browser.

Persistent cookies on the user's computer/device for a predetermined period of time

The remaining cookies.

Cookies are divided into two if they are classified according to the domain name they belong to (domain).


Related party cookies The cookies placed by the domain visited.

Third party cookies are cookies placed by a different domain visited. Visit

Cookies to the user's device through the visited area of ​​the people outside the visited area

In case they are placed, there is a third party cookie.

Why are cookies kept?

GIMAS is able to recognize users through cookies and enables data owners to benefit from the browser in the most efficient way. It keeps cookies in order to improve the user experience, to keep anonymous statistics without including user information, to promote and inform about GIMAS.

Is it mandatory to use cookies?

Most browsers allow the use of cookies. If cookies are canceled, slowdown may occur on websites.

How to turn off cookies?

The lifetime of cookies differs depending on browser settings. If cookies are not preferred, cookies can be deleted or turned off in browser settings.

What is the place of cookies within the scope of KVKK?

Even if it is not considered at the first stage that personal data is collected through cookies, the information (IP address) kept in the background is within the scope of the personal data protection law. For this reason, it should be taken into account that the data obtained through cookies will only be evaluated within the scope of the Personal Data Protection Law (KVKK) to the extent that they constitute personal data within the framework of Turkish law.