As ICONS, we show utmost discretion in ensuring that the personal data that belongs to you, the visitors of (“Website”), are processed and protected in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Law no. 6698 and secondary regulations (“PDP Legislation”).

Within the scope of our obligations to inform you as per the Personal Data Protection legislation, we would like to inform you with this “Clarification Text Regarding the Use of Website Cookies” about the cookies used by our Company and your personal data that are processed through these cookies. 

What Kind of Cookies Do We Use?

Cookies are small text files created by a website on your device and contain data in name-value format. Therefore, the cookies we use when you visit our Website make it possible to store information about your visit to the site on your device and to use this information during your subsequent visits.

Cookies that are created by our Website and can only be read by our Website are primary cookies. The content offered on our website is also provided through other domain names other than the domain name at the access point. In such cases, each domain name creates its own exclusive third-party cookies.

The types of cookies we use on our website and our purposes for using these cookies are as follows: 

We aim to provide you with a more efficient and functional internet experience with the third-party cookies we use on our website. A PDP Confidentiality Agreement has been executed between these third party service providers and our Company in accordance with the PDP legislation and the security of your personal data acquired by these persons on behalf of our Company has been guaranteed.

Storing and Accessing Cookies

Cookies created by our Website are stored on your computer by your website browser that you use to access our Website. The information contained in these cookies can only be accessed remotely by our Website hosted under the domain name that creates the cookie and only if you use the same browser.

Accepting Cookies is Optional

Your internet browsers usually automatically accept cookies used on the websites you visit. The use of cookies is not mandatory in order to use our Website, but if you set your browser to block all cookies, the quality of your user experience may decrease and it may prevent you from accessing our Website or utilizing various functions of our Website. You can configure your browser to block cookies for all sites or certain sites, to alert you when cookies are created, to block third-party cookies, or to treat all cookies as session cookies.

On the other hand, you can delete cookies stored on your device through your browser or see and track the list and values of these cookies. You can get detailed information about cookie management by clicking on the browser you are using from the browsers listed below.

If you want to know more about cookies, you can visit and The site contents are in English.

Security of Your Personal Data

Cookies are not used for purposes other than those specified in this Cookie Clarification Text and all related procedures are carried out in accordance with the PDP legislation. Your personal data acquired through cookies are processed, stored and secured by our Company in accordance with the PDP legislation.

Your Right to Obtain Information

As per article 11 of the PDP Law, you may file an application to us and make the following requests regarding your personal data; 

  1. To learn whether your personal data are processed or not; 
  2. To demand for information as to if your personal data have been processed, to learn the purpose of the processing of your personal data and whether these personal data are used in compliance with the purpose, 
  3. To know the 3rd parties to whom your personal data are transferred in country or abroad, to request the rectification of the incomplete or inaccurate data, if any; 
  4. To request the erasure / destruction of your personal data under the conditions referred to in Article 7 of the PDP Law;  
  5. To demand that your requests for the erasure/destruction or rectification of your missing/inaccurate data under article 7 of the PDP Law are reported to the third parties to whom your personal data have been transferred; 
  6. To object to the occurrence of a result against the person himself/herself by analyzing the data processed solely through automated systems, 
  7. To claim compensation for the damage arising from the unlawful processing of your personal data. 

This Cookie Clarification Text may be updated during the course of our evolving processes to ensure compliance with the PDP legislation. If you are included in the automatic e-mailing list, you will be notified of our updates through e-mails. If you are not included in the automatic e-mailing list, please visit our website frequently for updates.