("Website") and/or its extensions.
Pursuant to the Law on Protection of Personal Data No. 6698 ("Law"), you can access the disclosure regarding your personal data, which is processed by Finartz acting "Data Controller", via Privacy Note link.What is a cookie?
A cookie is a piece of information that is generated by websites you visit and stored on your computer, which stores browsing details such as your website preferences. In some browsers, each cookie is kept in separate small files, while in some browsers all cookies are kept in a single file.
Cookies are generally used to store your settings such as your language preference or location of the relevant website. When you revisit the same site, the browser you use sends the cookies of that website back to it. Thus, the website can offer customized information to suit your needs. However, the information a website can access is limited to what you provide it. Websites cannot access any information that you have not provided to them. Also, no website can access other files available on your computer.How are Finartz Cookies Used and Transferred?
These cookies are used to remember the choices you make and to personalize your use of the website /mobile website. Cookies are generally used for the following purposes:
At the website/mobile website of Finartz, the cookies are used to determine how you use the website /mobile website, such as which content you have viewed and the duration of your visit, from links containing Finartz extension on the website/mobile site and/or referrals within the website.
Finartz cookies are used to monitor and understand the use of products and services, and to improve and personalize your experience as a website/ mobile website user. They are also used to improve the functionality.
The cookies are used to ensure the security of the website/mobile website for you and Finartz.
The cookies are used to perform the basic functions necessary for the operation of the Website.
The cookies used by Finartz do not harm your computer and do not contain viruses.
At Finartz, we may share your personal data covered by this Policy and the Disclosure, with third parties and business partners from whom our Company obtains services, as limited to the realization of the above-mentioned purposes in accordance with the Personal Data Processing and Protection Policy. We would like to point out that the parties to which the data is transferred may store your personal data on their servers all over the world (domestic/abroad). What are the Methods of Collecting Personal Data and Legal Reasons Thereof?
Your personal data may be obtained through cookies as part of your visits to our website or mobile website. Your personal data may be processed without your consent for the purposes specified in this Policy, the Disclosure and the Policy on the Processing and Protection of Personal Data in the event that data processing is mandatory for the legitimate interests of our company regarding the legal data processing conditions set out in the second paragraph of Article 5 of the Law, data processing is mandatory for our company to fulfil its legal obligations, and it is directly related to the establishment or performance of a contract. Otherwise, your personal data will only be processed if you grant your explicit consent. Management of Cookies
Google Chrome: You can allow or block cookies at the "Cookies" tab by clicking the "lock sign" or letter "i" at the "address section" of your browser.
Internet Explorer: Click the "Security" tab at the "Tools" section in the upper right corner of your browser and perform your cookie management by "allow" or "do not allow".
Mozilla Firefox: Click the "open menu" tab in the upper right corner of your browser. Click on the "Options" 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.
Safari: You can choose the "safari" tab at the "Settings" section of your phone and manage all your cookies at the "Privacy and Security" Section.
If you refuse any persistent cookies or session cookies, you may still continue to use the website, mobile website; however, you may not be able to access or have limited access to all functions of the website, mobile website. How Are Third-Party Cookies Used Purposes?
The cookies in the table below are used based on their purposes of use on the website/ mobile website operated by Finartz.
Finartz may use two types of cookies: "session cookies" and "persistent cookies". Session cookies are temporary cookies that are kept on your device until you leave the website/mobile website of Finartz. A persistent cookie is stored on your device for a longer period of time until you delete it. (How long the cookie will be kept on your device will vary depending on the duration or "lifetime" of that cookie, and your browser settings)
Types of cookies according to their owners or the parties that have placed the cookies: "Finartz" cookies (e.g. first party cookies)" and "third party cookies" are used on the website, and mobile website operated by us, depending on the party placing them. Finartz cookies are created by Finartz, while third-party cookies are managed by third-party companies with which we cooperate. For more information about these cookies and how you can opt out of receiving these cookies, you may review the relevant sections below.
When you visit the website /mobile website of Finartz, you may receive cookies from third party websites or domains. We work to identify these cookies before they are used so that you may decide whether or not to accept cookies. More information about these cookies may be available on the relevant third party website.Cookie Type, Purposes and Features of Personal Data ColletionSession CookiesPurpose:
These cookies are necessary for the website/mobile website of Finartz to function properly. Session cookies are temporary cookies that are used during our visitor’s visit to the Website and are deleted after the browser is closed. They are intended to enable the user to log in to the system using his/her user credentials, to shop his/her credentials, and to transfer information between various pages. The main purpose of using such cookies is to ensure that the Website functions properly during your visit.Features of Personal Data Collection:
These cookies do not identify you. These cookies are mandatory in order to ensure the performance of the website, mobile website or some parts of the website.Persistent CookiesPurpose:
These cookies are necessary for the website/mobile website of Finartz to function properly. Persistent cookies are types of cookies used to improve the functionality of the Website and to provide a faster and better service to our visitors. Such cookies are used to remember visitor preferences and are stored on the device used through browsers. Some types of persistent cookies can be used to provide you with special recommendations, taking into account the purpose of your use of the Website. Thanks to permanent cookies, if you visit the Website again with the same device, it is checked whether there is a cookie having been generated by the Website on your device, and thus a better service is provided to you.Features of Personal Data Collection:
These cookies do not identify you. These cookies are mandatory in order to ensure the performance of the website, mobile website or some parts of the website.Performance CookiesPurpose:
These cookies help us understand how visitors interact with our website by providing information about issues such as areas visited, time spent on website, and error messages encountered. This allows us to improve the performance of our website.Features of Personal Data Collection:
These cookies do not identify you. All data is taken and aggregated anonymously.Functionality CookiesCookie Service Provider:
Finartz sessionPurpose of Cookie:
User's Session IDType of Cookie:
Session CookiesDuration of Cookie: https://www.google.com/intl/tr/policies/privacy/#infocollect
subject to specified deadlines.More Information About Cookies
Useful information about cookies, such as deleting or blocking them, is available at:https://www.allaboutcookies.org
The guide on behavioural advertising and online privacy produced by the Internet advertising industry is available at:
You may access the guide on cookies issued by the UK ICO (Information Commissioner's Office) on the ICO's website:https://ico.org.uk/your-data-matters/online/cookies/What Are Your Rights as a Data Owner?
In accordance with Article 11 of the Law, data subjects have the right;
- To know whether or not their personal data is processed.
- To ask for information if their personal data is processed.
- To know what the purpose of the processing is, and whether or not the data is being processed in accordance with these purposes.
- To know of any third parties located inside or outside Turkey to whom their personal data is transferred.
- To request the correction of any incomplete or inaccurate information, and to ask for the notification of such correction to third parties to whom personal information has been transferred
- To request erasure of their personal data in case the legal ground for processing the relevant personal data does not exist anymore although they have been processed in accordance with the Law and other pertinent legislation, to ask for the notification of such action to third parties to whom personal information has been transferred
- To object to any negative results produced through a fully automated processing of their personal data.
- To request compensation if they suffer damage due to processing of their personal data that is contrary to the law.
You may reach us via the e-mail address ‘email@example.com’ so that you can easily exercise your above-mentioned rights and send the related requests to us easily. After completing the application form available on the website, you may send the document to us by one of the methods specified in the form. We will respond as soon as possible and within thirty days at the latest, depending on the nature of your application. As a rule, applications of data owners are responded free of charge; however, we reserve the right to charge you a fee according to the tariff to be determined by the Personal Data Protection Board in case of any additional costs.
The person concerned undertakes that the information covered by this Policy is complete, accurate and up-to-date, and that he/she will immediately update them in case of any changes therein. Finartz will not have any liabilities if the person concerned fails to provide up-to-date information.
As the person concerned, you hereby agree that you may not be able to fully benefit from the operation of the Website and the application if you make a request that will result in the inability to use any of your personal data by Finartz, and you hereby declare that you will assume all kinds of liabilities arising in this context.
Policy Revisions; Communications
Finartz may make changes or updates to this policy in line with applicable legal regulations and the corporate policies. Necessary information shall be provided about the new Policy wording reflecting all these changes and updates, via the website/mobile website or other Finartz services, or by communicating via other means of communication such as your e-mail.
If you have any other questions or require additional information about the information contained in this policy, you may contact us via ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’.