The use of technologies is carried out in accordance with the legislation we are subject to, especially the Law on the Personal Data Protection No. 6698 (“KVKK”).
Communication Security between the Website and the Visitor
The communication between the website and the visitor on the order pages of our website is secured by 256-bit SSL standard. This communication standard is of a nature that can be used safely even on the websites that have a great deal of transactions. You can understand whether this communication format is available on the page where the credit card details will be provided, through the address bar when the accessed page is in the form of https://.. Instead of http://… When you access such pages, there is also a padlock icon in the lower right corner of the browser.
Communication Security between the Website and the Bank
The security regarding the transfer of credit card details from the website to the bank is carried out with the maximum security offered by the bank. In addition to many components of the said security, the CVV2/CVC2 code is also used on our website as a measure against shopping with stolen card or card information.
On-Site Data Security
In the transactions you will make in a secure environment, no person, institution or organization can access your information except you and the bank that has provided the credit card to you. The credit card transaction page transfers the card information directly to the bank’s POS system and notifies the customer of the transaction result. Credit card details are not transferred via e-mail or similar methods. It’s not possible for us to access the credit card details transferred as a result of the online transaction.
SSL Certificate is used to ensure the security of your information on our website,
If you use different devices to view the website (e.g. computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.), you should ensure that each browser on each of these devices is set according to your cookie preferences.
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your device when you visit a website. Cookies may be stored on your device through your browser during your first visit to a website. When you visit the same website again with the same device, your browser checks whether there is a cookie stored on your device for the website or not. If it finds a log, it transfers the data in the log to the website you are visiting. Thus, the website understands that you have visited the website before and determines the content to be delivered to you accordingly.
Mara Gulersen can benefit from the cookies she uses in her websites, advertisements and messages for the following purposes:
(i) Operational Cookies (Strictly Necessary Cookies: These are the cookies that are necessary for the administration and security of the website, platform, applications and services. Examples of cookies used for operational purposes are the technologies that allow the use of functions on websites, applications and platforms and the cookies used to detect irregular behaviour in these channels.
(ii) Functionality Cookies: These are the cookies used to facilitate the most efficient use of the website, platform, applications and services and to customize them for the users. Examples of the functionality cookies are the technologies that enable us to remember user information and preferences.
(i) Performance Cookies: These are the cookies used to increase and measure the performance of the website, application, platform and services. Examples of performance cookies are the technologies that allow us to understand how users use the website, applications, platforms and services, and to analyse the user behaviour and whether they interact with the messages we send.
(ii) Advertising Cookies: We may use related party cookies and third party cookies for the purpose of transmitting advertisements and similar content related to the interests of users through the websites, platforms and applications of Mara Gulersen or third parties. Examples of advertising cookies are the ones that measure the effectiveness of advertisements and that show whether a particular advertisement has been clicked or how many times the advertisement has been viewed.
Types of Cookies
Two types of cookies can be used on the website; “session cookies” and “persistent cookies”. Session cookies are temporary cookies that are kept on your device until you leave the website. 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)
Some pages you visit may use pixel tags (also called clear GIFs) to receive information that can be shared with third parties which directly support our promotional activities and website improvements. For example, website usage information of the users that visit the Website may be shared with our third party advertising agencies in order to provide more effective visibility of banner ads on our websites. This information may be related to your personal information, but they cannot identify you.
We work with some third party providers who set the cookies preferences on your device when you visit the Website so that they can present you with the services they provide. When you visit the Website, you may receive cookies from third party websites or domains. We work to identify these cookies before they are used so that you can decide whether or not to accept cookies.
Rejecting and Deleting Cookies
If cookies are disabled, some features of the website, applications, platforms and services may not be available. Disabling the cookies we use may affect your user experience on the Website, for example, you may not be able to view certain parts of the Website or you may not be able to access information that are customized for you when you visit the Website.
Authorized Service Providers
We may obtain assistance from some service providers that we have authorized to operate and promote the Website, platform and applications and the services. These service providers will also be able to place cookies and similar technologies (third party cookies) on users’ computers/devices and collect information such as IP address, unique identifier and device identifier to determine the user’s device.
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