What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your computer or mobile device via your browser when you visit a site. Cookies allow a site to work more efficiently, as well as provide personalized pages to provide a faster and more appropriate visit experience for your personal needs. Cookies only contain information about your visit history in the internet environment and do not collect any information about the files stored on your computer or mobile device.
Cookie Types and Usage Purposes
There are generally two types of cookies, Permanent Cookies and Temporary Cookies, according to their validity period. Temporary cookies are created when you visit the website and are only valid until you close your browser. Permanent cookies are created when you visit the website and remain until you delete them or expire. Permanent cookies are used for processes such as providing a personalized experience compatible with your settings.
Basic Cookies allow you to navigate the website and use basic features such as secure and private areas.
Analytical Cookies allow us to understand how you use the website (e.g. which pages you visit), provide statistics on how our website is used, identify errors and performance problems and enable us to improve our website.
Functional Cookies are use for remember users' preferences in order to improve their experience of use.
How Cookies Are Collected?
Data is collected by your devices through browsers. This information collected is specific to the device. It can be deleted by the user at any time and it can be restricted to access to information.
To provide the functionality of our site, some Essential Cookies are placed by Wix.com, Inc. which we purchased the website infrastructure service. These cookies are positioned to enable basic functions such as security, authentication, not to lose information about your current session and network management, and are not used by Agna Legal and Consultancy for any marketing or profiling purposes and cannot be deactivated in accordance with the principle of legitimate interest. Although these cookies are mandatory for our website to function correctly, no other cookies have been positioned by Agna Law and Consultancy
About Privacy Preference Panel
The privacy preference panel meets the users who log in to our website, and it is a panel where the user can deactivate the cookies used on the website or reactivate the cookies that have been disabled. In the privacy preference panel on our site, all cookie groups such as service, function and analysis cookies other than mandatory cookies automatically appear in a "Deactivated" form. The user must first make the cookie settings according to his preference, and then continue to use the website. We would like to remind you that closing the popup tab and continuing to use the site will imply acceptance.
Information on Cookies Used on Our Website
Cookies are not used for purposes other than those specified in this policy, and all related processes are carried out in accordance with data protection legislation.
How can you control cookies?
You can change your browser's cookie settings so that your browser does not accept any cookies. You can usually find these settings in the "options" or "preferences" menu in your browser.
Please note that deleting our cookies or disabling future cookies or tracking technologies may prevent you from accessing some areas or features of our services or otherwise adversely affect your user experience.
You can use the links below or use the "Help" option in your browser. Set your browser to update automatically if you haven't already. This eliminates vulnerabilities caused by older browsers. Many cookie-based data leaks are due to the security flaws of older browsers.
To stay out of the scope of Google Analytics and to prevent your data from being used by Google Analytics on all websites, you can read the instructions here.
You can visit www.aboutcookies.org and www.allaboutcookies.org to learn more about cookies, including how cookies can be managed, deleted, and blocked.