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Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy
Istanbul Arbitration Week, as a responsible organization, values your security and aims to provide you with information through this Cookie Policy about the cookies we use on our website, their purposes, and how you can change your cookie settings. To serve you better, we collect and process certain types of personal data through cookies. To briefly understand which personal data is collected, for what purposes, and how it is processed, please read this Cookie Policy. For more information, you can also refer to our Privacy Policy or feel free to contact us.

What Are Cookies?
Cookies are small files that are stored on users’ devices to enhance their experience and enable more efficient use of websites. As cookies involve the processing of users’ information, we are required to inform users and obtain their consent in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Law No. 6698.
In order to ensure that our dear visitors can make the most of our website and improve their user experience, we also use various cookies.

Essential Cookies:
Essential cookies are necessary for the website to function properly and enable basic functionalities of the website. The website cannot function properly without these cookies.

Performance Cookies:
Performance cookies collect anonymous information about visitors’ usage and preferences on the website, enabling the improvement of the website’s performance.

Functional Cookies:
Functional cookies allow the website to recognize and remember users based on their past interactions with the website. This enables personalized services such as remembering language preferences, region settings, etc.

Advertising Cookies:
Advertising cookies are third-party cookies used to track visitors’ behavior on websites. The purpose of these cookies is to display advertisements that are relevant to visitors’ interests and needs. The responsibility for these cookies lies with the third-party cookie owners.

What Personal Data is Processed through Cookies?
Your identity information (such as name, surname, date of birth, etc.) and contact information (such as address, email address, phone number, IP address, location, etc.) may be obtained, recorded, stored, updated, and processed by us through cookies, either automatically or nonautomatically. This data may also be obtained from third parties such as analytics providers, advertising networks, search information providers, technology providers, etc. The processing of personal data is based on the legitimate interest of the data controller within the scope and duration of our service and contractual relationship.

What are the Purposes of Using Cookies?
On our website, we use cookies for the purposes of ensuring security through the detection of suspicious activities, enhancing functionality and performance based on user preferences, improving and personalizing products and services, facilitating access to these services, and fulfilling contractual and legal obligations. Additionally, advertising cookies and sharing information with third parties are used to connect users with broader service providers.

How are Cookies Managed?
After considering all these explanations, the use of cookies is entirely based on the free will of our users. You can manage your cookie preferences by deleting or blocking them through your browser settings when you visit our website or change these settings at any time in the future. For more detailed information, you can refer to our Privacy Policy or contact us at info@enerjihukuku.org.tr.


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