Cookie Policy, which adopts protecting the privacy and security rights of its readers as its basic principle, has taken the necessary measures to protect the privacy of personal data by keeping the system and internet infrastructure at the most reliable level.

You can visit without providing any personal information and in this case, you can consume our content as an anonymous reader at the permitted rate per day. You can access all of our content unlimitedly only if you are a registered reader by providing your current e-mail address.

We use cookies to collect information about the use of the site when all our readers, anonymous or registered, visit Our aim; To provide convenience to all users who visit and to understand how we can improve the operation.

A cookie is a small file containing a string of characters that is sent to your computer when you visit a website. Cookies lay the groundwork for a website to provide a more user-focused experience. It enables personalized web pages to be presented to provide a faster and more appropriate experience for your personal needs. Cookies cannot collect any information, including personal data stored on your computer or files.

There are two types of cookies as permanent cookies and temporary cookies, depending on their validity period. Temporary cookies are created when you visit a website and are valid only until you close your browser. Permanent cookies are created when you visit a website and remain until you delete them or expire. Persistent cookies are used to perform operations such as providing a personalized experience compatible with your browser settings.

The temporary and permanent type cookies of are used to differentiate you from other readers of and to organize the content we offer you according to your interests and preferences. In addition to cookies designed by, cookies can also be used within the scope of services purchased from third parties.

Almost all internet browsers are pre-defined to automatically accept cookies. However, you can control or delete cookies as you wish. Since the management of cookies differs from browser to browser, you can refer to your browser’s help menu for detailed information.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that the site saves on your computer or mobile device when you visit a site. Cookies are widely used to provide information about the operation of a website or its more efficient operation, or the behavior of its users.

How do we use cookies?

The data obtained through the cookies installed on your computer are used for statistical analysis or security measures. Any of your personal data is not collected through cookies.

How can you control cookies?

You can control or delete cookies as you wish. You can delete the cookies that are currently on your computer and prevent cookies from being saved / placed on your browser during your website visits from the Settings section of your internet browser.

How can you manage cookies in your internet browser?

Most internet browsers allow you to:

  • Viewing saved cookies and delete the ones you wish
  • Third party cookies blocking
  • Blocking cookies from certain sites
  • Blocking all cookies
  • Deleting all cookies when you close your internet browser

If you choose to delete cookies, your preferences on the relevant website will be deleted. Also, if you choose to block cookies altogether, many websites you visit regularly, including, may not work properly and provide you with an efficient user experience.