Cookie Policy


At the Collective Research Association (CORE), we demonstrate the utmost sensitivity in the processing and protection of personal data of visitors to our website, in compliance with the Personal Data Protection Law No. 6698 and its secondary legislation (“PDPL Legislation”).

As CORE, within the scope of the disclosure obligation arising from Personal Data Protection legislation, we would like to inform you about the cookies used by our website and your personal data processed through these cookies in this “Information Text About the Use of Cookies on the Website.”

Types of Cookies We Use:

Cookies are small text files that store data in a name-value format, created on your device by a website. Therefore, the cookies we use when you visit our Site enable the storage of information related to your visit to our site and the use of this information during your subsequent visits.

The cookies created by our Site and readable only by our Site are primary cookies.

Content on our Site is also provided through domain names other than the access address domain name. In such cases, each domain name creates its unique third-party cookies.

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

No. | Cookie Type | Purposes

  1. | Session Cookies | These are cookies that are valid during your use of the Website and remain valid until you close your internet browser.
  2. | Persistent Cookies | These cookies are stored in your browser and remain valid until you delete them or they reach their expiry date.
  3. | Mandatory Cookies | These are cookies that are mandatory for the proper functioning of the Website, to benefit from its features and services.
  4. | Functional and Analytical Cookies | These cookies are used for purposes such as remembering your behavior and preferences during your visit to our Site, effectively using our Site, and optimizing our Site to respond to your requests. By nature, these types of cookies may contain your personal data. For example, your language preference for viewing our Site is processed through these cookies.

We aim to provide a more efficient and functional internet experience with third-party cookies used on our Site. A PDPL Privacy Agreement has been concluded between these third-party service providers and CORE in accordance with PDPL legislation, ensuring the security of your personal data obtained on behalf of CORE by these parties.

Storage and Access to Cookies

Cookies created by our Site are stored on your computer by the internet browser you use to access our Site. Access to the information contained in these cookies is possible remotely only by our Site under the domain name and if you use the same browser.

Accepting Cookies is Up to You

Internet browsers generally automatically accept cookies used by the sites you visit. The use of cookies is not mandatory for using our Website, but if you set your browser to block all cookies, it may reduce the quality of your user experience and prevent you from accessing our Site or benefiting from various functions of our Site.

You can configure your browser to block cookies for all sites or specific sites, to alert you when a cookie is 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 view and track the list and values of these cookies.

If you want more information about cookies, you can click on and The content of these sites is in English.

Security of Your Personal Data

Cookies are not used for purposes other than those stated in this Cookie Information Text, and all related processes are carried out in accordance with PDPL legislation. Your personal data obtained through cookies are processed, stored, and secured by CORE in compliance with PDPL legislation.

Your Right to Information

Under Article 11 of the PDPL Law, you have the right to apply to CORE to:

  • Find out whether your personal data is processed,
  • Request information if your personal data has been processed,
  • Learn the purpose of data processing and whether it is used for its intended purposes,
  • Know the third parties to whom personal data is transferred domestically or internationally,
  • Request correction if personal data is processed incompletely or inaccurately,
  • Request deletion or destruction of personal data within the framework of conditions set forth in Article 7 of the Law,
  • Request that operations performed pursuant to subparagraphs (d) and (e) of Article 11 of the Law on personal data that has been transferred to third parties be notified,
  • Object to an outcome that is to your detriment by means of analysis of processed data exclusively through automated systems,
  • Request compensation for damages in case of loss due to unlawful processing of personal data.

This Cookie Information Text may be updated to ensure compliance with changing processes and PDPL legislation. If you are on our automatic email distribution list, our updates will be notified to you via email. If you are not on our automatic email distribution list, we kindly ask you to visit our site frequently.