1. What is a Cookie?
2. What are the Types of Cookies?
a) Session Cookies: Refers to temporary cookies kept on your devices until you leave the website.
b) Persistent Cookies: These are the types of 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.
c) Mandatory Cookies: These are the cookies that must be used in order for the website to function properly and for users to benefit from the services and navigation features offered on the site.
d) Functional and Analytical Cookies: These are cookies that contain data about how visitors use the site and are used for purposes such as remembering your preferences, using the website effectively, optimizing the site to respond to user requests. Due to their nature, these types of cookies may contain your personal data.
3. Purposes of Cookies
It is used to personalize the users’ use of the website, mobile application and/or mobile site. This usage;
a. Cookies that save your password and keep your website/mobile application/mobile site session open all the time, thus saving you the hassle of entering your password more than once each time you visit, and
b. It contains cookies that remember and recognize the user on subsequent visits to the website, mobile application and/or mobile site.
Including how you use the website/mobile application/mobile site, such as where and from which devices the users connect to the website, mobile application and/or mobile site, what content they view on the website/mobile application/mobile site, and the duration of the visit; It is used to determine how the user uses the website, mobile application and/or mobile site.
It is used to present content and advertisements suitable for the user’s interests, in other words, for targeted advertising or promotion.
4. How does Haber Global use third-party cookies for advertising and retargeting?
5. How Can You Manage Cookies?
You can learn about cookies and exercise your right to allow or reject cookies by following the steps below, depending on your internet browser:
a) Don’t allow
Google Chrome: You can allow or block cookies from the “Cookie” tab by clicking the “lock sign” or “i” letter in the “address section” of your browser.
Internet Explorer: Click the “Security” tab in the “Tool” or “Tools” section in the upper right corner of your browser and perform your cookie management as “allow” or “do not allow”.
Mozilla Firefox: Click the “open menu” tab in the upper right corner of your browser. Click on the “Options” image and use the “Privacy and Security” button to manage your cookies.
For other browsers (such as opera, microsoft edge), you can review the help or support pages of the relevant browser.