Cookies policy


1. GOVAMA GÖKÇÜOĞLU Makina Sanayi Tic.A.S. (hereinafter referred to as the “Administrator”) informs that in connection with providing content on the website (hereinafter referred to as the “Website”, “Website” or “Site”), it uses the so-called cookie technique, which involves storing information or gaining access to information already stored on the users’ end device.
2. Only anonymous statistical data about users is collected using cookies and similar internet technologies. The information obtained through the indicated technologies is not assigned to a specific person and does not allow him to be identified.
3. Placing and using cookies and similar internet technologies is not harmful to the user’s device (i.e. computer, telephone or tablet) and does not cause any changes to the device configuration, installed software and applications.
4. Cookies are used to improve the quality of the website, in particular:

  • creating viewing statistics for individual content,
  • personalization of services provided using the website,
  • maintaining user sessions,
  • authentication of people using the website,
  • providing users with personalized advertising content,
  • ad personalization.


Cookie files

1. When using the Website, small text files are placed on the user’s end device. Typically, these files contain the following information: name of the Website from which the cookie was sent, unique number generated, file storage time.
2. These files can be divided according to their source and the duration of their storage on the user’s device.
Due to source of origin:

  • first-party cookies – coming from the website/website visited by the user; a name indicating the domain belonging to the Administrator is saved in the file;
  • third-party cookies – used by third parties (e.g. Google).

Due to the time for which cookies will be placed on the user’s device:

  • session cookies, which are created each time you visit a website and deleted when you close the browser window;
  • persistent cookies stored on the user’s end device for the time specified in the cookie parameters or until they are deleted by the website visitor.

Cookies used on our website:

  • necessary cookies – they enable the correct display of the website and the use of basic functions and services. They are also used to ensure security (they are used, for example, to detect authentication abuse). Their use does not require the user’s consent and they cannot be disabled by managing cookie settings;
  • functional cookies – they enable remembering user preferences and adapt the website to the settings selected by the user. Their use can be disabled, but this may prevent some services or parts of the web from working properly;
  • advertising cookies (including social media files) – enable the presentation of information tailored to user preferences (based on the browsing history and actions taken by the user, advertisements are displayed on third-party websites, including social networks). Thanks to them, we can also measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns;
  • analytical cookies – used to measure and analyze the viewership of a given website (they allow us to measure, e.g. the number of visits, views, average time spent on the website, collect information about traffic sources). Thanks to this type of files, we know how users use the website and we can improve the operation of our website/website;

3. The Administrator informs that cookies may also be placed and used by third parties. Third-party cookies are placed on the user’s device, in particular:

  • to enable the use of third-party services and technologies placed on the Website (e.g. Google maps, YouTube videos);
  • to protect against spam and ensure system security;
  • to examine the activity of anonymous users and, on this basis, generate statistics (e.g. using Google Analytics, Facebook Connect tools) that help us learn how to use the Website;
  • in order to achieve the Administrator’s own marketing goals, including displaying tailored materials in advertising networks (e.g. using LinkedIn Ads, Google DoubleClick, Facebook Custom Audience tools);

4. 4. The Administrator also uses the capabilities of web browsers that can store information in their memory, including the following internet technologies enabling data storage:

  • IndexedDB – data stored in the form of objects, access to which is limited only to the appropriate data sources – domains or subdomains from which they were saved;
  • Session Storage – a data store equivalent to cookies, but with a much larger data capacity. Data collected in Session Storage is deleted when you close the browser window.
  • Local Storage – a data warehouse in which information is saved and stored permanently in the user’s web browser until it is deleted.


Third parties

1. The Website may contain buttons, tools or content directing to services and websites of service providers (e.g. Google), as well as pages of social networking sites (e.g. Facebook, YouTube). Using these applications may result in information being sent to designated third parties via cookies and similar technologies. The Administrator recommends that after navigating to other websites, the user read the policies applicable there.

Cookies – rules of conduct

1. The Website User may make choices regarding the use of cookies by the Administrator and third parties, however, changing cookie settings may result in a deterioration of the quality of use of the services offered or prevent the use of some functionalities of a given Website.
2. The User may manage his/her preferences and at any time withdraw consent to placing and storing (on the device he or she is using) cookies that are not necessary for the proper operation of a given Website and the use of available functionalities (in particular advertising and analytical cookies). , by changing the settings using the tools available on the Website (for this purpose, use the “Settings” option), which does not affect the legality of the data processing process before the consent was withdrawn.
3. The user may also change cookie settings or disable cookies at any time in his web browser. If the user does not change the default browser settings regarding files collecting data, these files will be placed on the end device and will be used in accordance with the rules specified by the web browser provider.
4. Information on managing cookies in individual web browsers – including in particular instructions on blocking the receipt of cookies – can be found on the websites dedicated to individual browsers:

5. Using the settings functions of individual web browsers, the user may decide to accept selected cookies, block such files, and delete all cookies from his browser after completing his visit to the Website.


We share information with Google

On the website, we ask for your consent before we share information with Google. After entering the website, a popup/banner appears asking for consent to the processing of information collected by the website by Google. In this situation, Google will process your information in accordance with the purposes listed in the consent you expressed on the website, and not on the legal basis described in the Google Privacy Policy. If you wish to change or withdraw your consent, please do so on our website.

Personalization of ads

If ad personalization is turned on, Google will use your data to tailor ads to your needs.

If ad personalization is turned off, Google will not collect or use information about you to create an advertising profile or personalize the ads you see. The ads will show, but they won’t be tailored to your needs. They may be related to the topic of the website or app you are viewing, your current search terms, or your general location, but not to your interests or search or browsing history. Your data may still be used for the other purposes listed above, such as measuring advertising effectiveness and protecting against fraud or abuse.

When you use a website or app that uses Google services, you may be asked whether you want to see personalized ads served by various companies, including Google. Regardless of the option you choose, Google won’t personalize ads if you have the ad personalization setting turned off or if the personalized ads feature doesn’t apply to your account.

You can view and control the information on the basis of which we select ads for you in your ad settings.

How you can control the information Google collects on these sites and apps.

Here are some ways to control the information your device sends when you visit websites or use apps that use Google services:

  • Ad settings help you control the ads you see on Google services (such as Google Search or YouTube) or on non-Google sites and apps that use Google advertising services. Thanks to them, you can also learn how ads are selected for a specific user, opt out of ad personalization or block specific advertisers.
  • If you’re signed in to your Google Account, depending on your account settings, you can view and control the data that’s created when you use Google services on your My Activity page. For example, this may include information collected from the websites you visit and the applications you use. You can view them by date or topic, and delete all or part of your activity.
  • Many websites and applications use Google Analytics so that their owners can understand user preferences. To block Analytics in your browser, you can install a Google Analytics blocking browser add-on. Learn more about Google Analytics and privacy.
  • Incognito mode in Chrome allows you to browse the web without saving website and file data in your browser or account history (unless you sign in). Cookies are deleted when you close all incognito windows and tabs, and your bookmarks and settings are stored until you delete them. Learn more about cookies.
  • Many browsers, including Chrome, allow you to block third-party cookies. You can also delete existing cookies from your browser. Learn more about managing cookies in Chrome.


You can find more information about how Google uses website data here >>