What is Cookie?
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Types of Cookies
Cookies, whose main purpose is to provide convenience to users, are mainly collected in 4 main groups:
- Session Cookies: They are cookies that allow to take advantage of various features such as the transport of information between internet pages and systemic recall of information entered by the user and are necessary for the proper functioning of the functions of the website.
- Performance Cookies: They are cookies that collect information about the frequency of visits to the pages, possible error messages, the total time that users spend on the relevant page, as well as the patterns of use of the site, and are used to improve the performance of the website.
- Functional Cookies: They are cookies that remind the user of the previously selected options for convenience and aim to provide users with advanced Internet features within the scope of the website.
- Advertising And Third Party Cookies: They are cookies belonging to third-party suppliers and enable the use of certain functions on the website and advertising tracking.
The purposes for which cookies used by flatix.com are used are as follows:
flatix.com uses the Google Adsense advertising system. This system contains the DoubleClick DART cookie, which is used by Google in advertisements served by Google on publisher websites that display AdSense ads for Content.
Google uses third-party advertising companies to serve advertising when it visits our Website. These companies may use the information they obtain from your visits to these sites and other websites (other than your name, address, email address or phone number) to show you the advertising of products and services that may be of interest to you. To learn about this application and to prevent such information from being used by these companies, you can use the Appeased A of the NAI Self-Regulatory principles for publishers (PDF) document to find out what your options are and for more information.
Checking and Deleting Cookies
The method of changing the choice of cookie usage varies depending on the type of browser and can be learned from the relevant service provider at any time.
Last updated: 29/06/2021