Cookies Usage Policy

What are Cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that is sent to your computer or mobile phone (referred to as the "device" usage policy) by the web server so that the site memorizes information about your browsing on it. The cookie will collect information about the use of the site, information about your device such as IP address and browser type you used, demographic information and if you reach our site from a link you found on another site in the cookie the site's Url will be saved. of this. Additionally, if you are a registered user you will collect information (name and email) which will be used for confirmation purposes.

The information recorded in the cookie for your preferences will help us to shape our site. The information you provide from cookies will help us to analyze the use you have made on the site and based on them to promote the browsing experience on our website.

Cookies are divided into either "session" cookies or "permanent" cookies depending on the time they are stored:

Session cookies are only saved during your site browsing and are deleted from your device when the browser is finished. Permanent cookies are stored for a specified period in your browser and are activated every time you visit the site again.

What are the different types of cookies?

1. Mandatory or Absolutely Necessary Cookies

These cookies are necessary for our site to run. Without them, some parts of our site do not work properly. These cookies do not contain information related to your internet browsing and are not used for advertising purposes.

2. Functional Cookies

Functional Cookies are used to have "memory" in relation to your preferences and to provide the site with features that suit them. The information collected through cookies is anonymous so that your personal information cannot be identified. Functional cookies are not used for selling advertising purposes but for serving advertising purposes.

3. Analytical performance cookies

Detailed performance cookies are used to control the performance of the site, for example, to calculate the pages of the site on which users browsed (page views) as well as the number of users who visited the site for the first time. The analysis of this data can be done by external factors. This information is useful for analyzing the user's behavior within the website with the immediate aim of optimizing or maintaining the site to meet the user's needs. The information is anonymous (it cannot be used to identify your data, it does not contain the use of email) and is used for statistical purposes.

What is the AZADE cookie usage policy?

We, in collaboration with our trusted partners, use cookies for the following purposes:

1. Mandatory or Absolutely Necessary Cookies

We use these cookies to ensure optimal site functionality in the following:

Recognize users who have revisited the site or are registered members of the site and allow them to be presented with a personalized version of the site.

Eliminate the need for users who have logged in once to the site to re-enter login information.

Communication with our site with a series of communication and information forms.

Creating a shopping cart on our site.

2. Functional Cookies

We use these cookies to weigh the behavior of visitors' use of our website with the ultimate goal of optimizing it. With the use of web analytics provided by Google's statistics, we can analyze which pages users visited and for how long, and through it, we can provide content on the site with information consistent with the results of the statistics (demonstrated by the statistics). user interests). We also use these statistics to record customer desires and to define military advertising based on them.


3. Cookies of other websites

You may have noticed on some pages of our site there are cookies that are not related to AZADE. When you visit a page that contains data from other sites such as YouTube or Facebook, these sites use their own cookies on your device. AZADE does not control these cookies nor does it have access to them according to the way cookies work (only those who created them have access to cookies). Please check the policies of these sites for more information about these cookies.

Some pages use Adobe Flash Player to provide video content to users. Adobe uses its own cookies that are not manageable by your device's browser but are managed by Flash Player for such purposes as storing preferences or storing user information. Flash cookies work differently than other cookies as all information is stored in one cookie. You can check how much information can be stored on these cookies but you cannot control the type of information stored on them. You can check which sites can store information through the website storage settings panel on the Adobe site.

How can I manage or stop using cookies?

Many users find the idea of ​​using data intrusive in their personal data, especially when the use of this data is done by third parties. For example, you may object to the use of your data (which has come from your browsing history on a website) to conduct an advertising campaign. If you want to prevent the use of cookies during your browsing you can do so by following these steps, knowing that this will affect the functionality of the website.

You can delete cookies from your hard drive. You can also change the preferences/settings in the web browser used. In some cases, you can accept cookies from specific sites and block the creation of third-party cookies. In others, you can block cookies from specific advertisers. Be aware that deleting or blocking cookies may reduce the functionality of the site you are browsing. For more information about cookies, you can visit or go to the help menu in the browser used. If there is a problem deleting or blocking cookies from the browser used, contact your browser provider.