What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your device or network server by the websites you visit on your computer or mobile device.
What Types of Data Are Processed in Cookies?
Depending on the type of cookies on websites, data regarding your browsing and usage preferences on the device you visit the website are collected. This data includes information about the pages you access, the services and products you view, the language you prefer, and your other preferences.
For What Purposes Are Cookies Used?
These small text files containing your preferred language and other settings on the site help us remember your preferences the next time you visit the site and make improvements to our services to improve your experience on the site. So you can have a better and personalized usage experience on your next visit.
The main purposes of using cookies on our website are as follows:
- Increasing the performance of the website
- To improve and facilitate the services offered to you through the site,
- To offer new features on the site and to customize the features according to your preferences,
- To ensure the legal and commercial security of you and our company,
- To prevent fraudulent transactions on the site,
Types of Cookies:
Types of Cookies in Terms of Storage Period:
Session cookies ensure that the website functions properly during your visit. They are used for purposes such as ensuring the security and continuity of our sites and your visit. Session cookies are temporary cookies, they are deleted when you close your browser and come back to our site, they are not permanent.
These cookies help our website remember your information and choices on your next visit. Persistent cookies remain stored even after you have visited our site, closing your browser or restarting your computer. These cookies are kept in subfolders of your browser until they are deleted from your browser's settings.
Types of Cookies in Terms of Usage:
First and Third Party Cookies:
First-party cookies are cookies used by our site. Third party cookies are cookies installed on your computer other than our site. Both first and third party cookies are used on our website.
Your data obtained due to your visit to our website may be shared with our business partners, suppliers, legally authorized public institutions and private individuals in line with the personal data processing conditions and purposes specified in Articles 8 and 9 of the KVK Law, in line with the purposes of processing your personal data.
Mandatory Cookies are cookies that are necessary for the website to function properly. Mandatory cookies are used to manage the system properly, create user accounts and log in, and prevent fraudulent transactions. In the absence of these cookies, the website will not work properly.
Function Cookies are cookies used to facilitate your visit to the website and improve your experience on the website. These cookies allow you to easily access the content by remembering your previous visit to the website.
Analytical Cookies contain data that allows us to see which of our pages attract more attention, which resources are viewed more, and that allows us to provide services suitable for this traffic by seeing the traffic on our sites. Cookies used of this nature store information anonymously.
Except for the mandatory and first party cookies used by our sites, the cookies used are as follows:
Google Analytics is a web analysis tool that analyzes how users use the website. In addition to anonymous information, data about your use of the website (Browser, IP address and related information) is sent to Google by your browser and saved by Google.
Intercom is a chat interface cookie that allows users to contact us directly through the fonzip.com page. In addition to anonymous information, personal data about your use of the website (name, address, institution dealing with Fonzip use and e-mail address) are sent to your browser Intercom and recorded by Intercom.
You have the opportunity to customize your preferences regarding cookies by changing the settings of your browser. Browser manufacturers offer help pages for managing cookies in their products. For more information please click: