As PREMIUM KOMPRESOR SAN ve TİC A.S. legal entity, we attach importance to the confidentiality of your personal data.
We take into account the Data Protection Law, the secondary legislation of the Law and the Decisions of the Personal Data Protection Board, as well as the Law no. 5651 on the Regulation of Publications made on the Internet and the Fight against Crimes Committed through Publication.
In this context, your cookie data can be processed on corporate websites and in applications using social media.
What is a Cookie?
Cookies are used by the internet browser used by the individuals and the small data files that enable the recording and collection of certain data sent by the internet network server to the users' devices (computer, mobile phone, tablet, etc.).
What are the Types of Cookies?
Cookies whose purpose of retention is to facilitate users are classified according to the duration or the domain name to which they belong.
If cookies are classified in terms of duration, they are divided into session cookies and persistent cookies.
Session cookies refer to cookies that are deleted after the user closes the browser.
Persistent cookies are cookies that remain on the user's computer/device for a predetermined period of time.
Cookies are divided into two if they are classified according to the domain to which they belong:
Related party cookies are cookies placed by the area visited.
Third-party cookies are cookies placed by a different area visited. If people outside the visited area place cookies on the user device through the visited area, there is a third party cookie.
Why Are Cookies Kept?
PREMIUM COMPRESSOR is able to recognize users through cookies and allows data owners to make the most of the browser, to improve the user experience, to keep anonymous statistics without user information, to provide promotion and information about PREMIUM COMPRESSOR.
How to Turn Off Cookies
The lifespan of cookies varies depending on the browser settings. If cookies are not preferred, cookies may be deleted or closed in the browser settings.
What is the Place of Cookies under GDPR?
Even if the personal data is not considered at the first stage of collection through cookies, the information (IP address) kept in the background falls within the scope of the personal data protection law. Therefore, 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 (GDPR) to the extent that they constitute personal data within the framework of Turkish law.