What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files displayed and stored in your web browser by most of the websites you have visited. The purpose of these text files is to allow the websites you visit (or third parties) to recognize you as a visitor, collect analytical data and improve their services and user experience.
There are two groups of Cookies: "persistent cookies" and "session cookies."
- Persistent cookies: These are persistent cookies that are saved to disk and kept there until they expire (depending on their predetermined amount of time) or until they are manually deleted.
- Session cookies: These are cookies that are only kept in memory for the time you visit, and when you leave the website, they will also be deleted and therefore terminate your "session."
In addition, Cookies can also be "First Party" or "Third Party." In it, first-party Cookies will be stored directly in your browser by the website you have visited. On the other hand, third-party cookies will be stored by third-party entities or services, such as advertising services, analytics solutions implemented by the website you visit, etc.
- Strictly necessary cookies: These are necessary for you to use the website to its full capabilities. Without these, your website will not function properly.
- Performance cookies: These cookies will collect data and remember how users use the website so that the website operator can capture information about how their players interact with the website. From there, they can improve their website closer to the needs of players.
- Functionality cookies: These are cookies that will allow the website to remember actions and choices you've made, such as your language or currency preferences. Thanks to that, you will not need to manipulate or re-select every time you revisit the website.
When accessing and using the website, you will be asked whether or not to accept cookies. If you do not want to accept cookies from our website or any other website, you can turn them off.
Most browsers that you use to access the website, such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari (Desktop), etc., allow you to change your cookie settings in the "Options" section. " or "Preferences." In addition, users can use the help pages provided by their browser provider to learn more about how to manage cookies or disable them altogether.