What is a Cookie?

The websites you visit can save small information on your computer or phone and read this information when you visit the same site later. The files in which this small information is saved are called cookies. Cookies are often used to improve your browsing experience and personalise websites. For example, if you tick the "remember me" option when logging in to a site, that site saves a cookie containing your username (or a special identification number) in your browser. Only the site that created the cookie can read it. The site also determines how long the cookie is stored.

Cookie Usage

We use Cookies in order to make the most efficient use of our website (personova.co.uk) and to improve your user experience. When you log in to our website, you are asked a question about whether you accept the use of Cookies. Cookies will be active after you select the 'Accept' option. If you change your mind later and do not prefer the use of Cookies, you can always delete or block Cookies in your browser settings. However, we would like to remind you that this may affect your use of our website. Cookies will continue to be used on this site unless you change your Cookie settings in your browser. The purpose for which cookies are used and how long they are stored are stated below. You share some information and data with us directly or indirectly for the use of the services on our site. This information is the personal information you provide while registering to the site (such as name, e-mail address, telephone) or the information we collect during your use of the site (when using the contact form, commenting, etc.) (data such as IP, device, location and browser information, navigation and interaction content, date and connection time). We take the utmost care in storing your information and data. Our website does not share your Cookie data stored on our server with third parties. Your Cookie data stored by external services (Live Support plugin, Facebook plugin, YouTube video, Twitter content, etc.) on the site is the responsibility of external services.

What are Cookies and Why are They Being Used?

Cookies are small files of information that a web server generates and sends to a web browser. Web browsers store the cookies they receive for a predetermined period of time, or for the length of a user's session on a website. They attach the relevant cookies to any future requests the user makes of the web server.

  • Cookies help inform websites about the user, enabling the websites to personalize the user experience. For example,
  • ecommerce websites use cookies to know what merchandise users have placed in their shopping carts. In addition, some
  • cookies are necessary for security purposes, such as authentication cookies (see below).

Cookie Types

Cookies, whose main purpose of use is to provide convenience to users, are basically categorised into four main groups:

  • Session Cookies:  These are cookies that allow the use of various features such as the transfer of information between web pages and the systematic recall of information entered by the user, and are necessary for the proper functioning of the functions of the website.
  • Performance Cookies:  These are cookies that collect information about the frequency of visiting pages, possible error messages, the total time users spend on the relevant page and the way they use the site and are used to increase the performance of the website.
  • Functional Cookies: These are cookies that remind the user of the previously selected options in order to provide convenience to the user and aim to provide advanced internet features to users within the scope of the website.
  • Advertising and Third Party Cookies: These are cookies belonging to third party suppliers and enable the use of some functions on the website and the tracking of advertisements (displaying appropriate advertisements).

Cookie Usage Purposes

The purposes of use of cookies used by personova.co.uk are as follows:

  • Uses for security purposes:  sampledomain.com may use cookies that enable the use of the functions on this site or detect irregular behaviour in order to ensure the administration and security of its systems.
  • Uses for functionality:  sampledomain.com may use cookies that remind users of their information and past choices in order to facilitate the use of its systems and provide user-specific usage features.
  • Performance-oriented uses:  sampledomain.com may use cookies that evaluate and analyse the interaction with the messages sent and user behaviour in order to improve and measure the performance of its systems.
  • Uses for advertising purposes:  sampledomain.com may use cookies that measure the effectiveness of these advertisements or analyse the click status in order to transmit advertisements and similar content within the scope of users' interests through its own or third parties' systems.

It uses cookies for the detection of suspicious actions against the website and ensuring the necessary security, increasing the functionality and performance of the website in line with the preferences of the visitors, improving and personalising the services and products offered on the website, facilitating access to these services and products, and fulfilling the legal responsibilities of the website. In addition, advertising cookies and information sharing with third parties are also in question in order to bring website visitors together with a wider range of service providers.

What Personal Data Gets Processed Through Cookies?

Person's identity (name, surname, nickname, date of birth, etc.) and contact (residence address, e-mail address, telephone number, IP address, browser information, computer information, location information, etc.) information. ) information by us, through cookies available on the website, by automatic or non-automatic methods or software, and sometimes by third parties such as; advertising networks, analytical software, search and volume information providers, related software or technologies, by obtaining, recording, storing and updating, within the framework and duration of the terms and services agreement between us, depending on the personal data processing conditions will be processed in accordance with the law.

Controlling and Deleting Cookies

To change your preferences regarding the use of cookies or to block or delete cookies, simply change the settings of your browser. Many browsers give you the option to accept or reject cookies, to accept only certain types of cookies, or to be warned by the browser when a website requests to store cookies on your device so that you can control cookies. It is also possible to delete cookies previously stored in your browser. The procedures for controlling or deleting cookies may vary depending on the browser you are using. Instructions for some popular browsers to allow cookies or to block or delete cookies are shown below.

The method of changing the cookie usage selection varies depending on the browser type and can be learnt from the relevant service provider at any time.

How Can You Prevent the Use of Cookies?Although the use of cookies provides better service of the Website, you can prevent the use of cookies if you wish. However, please note that in this case, the site may not function fully and you may not be able to benefit from all its features. In order to prevent the use of cookies, you need to change the settings of your internet browser. These changes vary depending on the device and internet browser you use. Below is information on which steps should be followed to prevent the use of cookies via different internet browsers:

Internet Explorer

  1. Open your computer desktop and tap or click on the "Internet Explorer" icon in the taskbar.
  2. Click on the "Tools" button, then click on "Internet options".
  3. Tap or click on the "Privacy" tab, then move the slider under the settings upwards to block all cookies and click "OK".

Microsoft Edge

  1. Click on the section with three dots in the upper right corner of your "Microsoft Edge" browser and go to the "Settings" section.
  2. In the new window that appears, after saying "Select Items to Clear", select the cookies you want to clear from the window that appears.
  3. There are many sections here. You can start the cleaning process by selecting the cookies you want.

Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome on your computer.
  2. Click on "Other Settings" at the top right.
  3. Click on the "Advanced" section at the bottom.
  4. Click on "Content Settings" under the "Privacy and Security" section.
  5. Then click on the "Cookies" option.
  6. Under the "All cookies and Site Data" section, look for the name of the website you are logged in to.
  7. Click the "Remove" icon to the right of the site.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. From your "Firefox" browser, click on the "Menu" button and go to "Options".
  2. Select the "Privacy and Security" panel and go to the "History" section.
  3. Change the Firefox setting to "use custom settings for history".
  4. Click on the "Show cookies" button. The cookies window will appear.
  5. In the search field, type the name of the website whose cookies you want to delete. Cookies matching your search with the website will be displayed.
  6. Select the cookie(s) you want to delete and click on the "Delete Selected" button.
  7. Close the cookies window by clicking on the "Close" button. Then close the "about:preferences" page.


  1. On the "Safari" browser go to "Preferences".
  2. Click on the "Privacy" item.
  3. Click on "Website Data".
  4. Select one or more websites and then click on "Delete or Delete All".

You can also delete all cookies left behind by the websites you visit via third-party software.

Google Analytics Visitor Tracking System is used on this site

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Cookies Used on the Site: In the Cookie Policy, the cookies used on the site should be listed one by one and what they all do should be written one by one with their descriptions. In addition, which cookie is stored for how long, what feature it has, etc. these should be listed one by one.

Types of Cookies in Terms of Storage Period

Persistent Cookies: These are cookies that persist on a person's computer until a certain date or until they are deleted by the user. These cookies are mostly used to measure users' site movements and preferences.

Session Cookies:These cookies are used to divide the user's visit into sessions and do not collect data from the user. The cookie is deleted when the user closes the web page visited or remains inactive for a certain period of time. Target and tracking cookies are used on the Website to help third parties provide services, especially advertising services, and to increase the effectiveness of these services. These cookies can remember the web pages and sites you visit and collect personal data, especially the IP address of the user device. The Website uses both first-party and third-party cookies to collect information, remember your interests and demographic data, and provide you with targeted ads, improve ads, determine the number of visits and ad impressions, other uses of ad services, and the ratio between these ad impressions and interactions with ad services. The Website utilises social plug-ins that provide links to social networks such as Facebook and LinkedIn. When you visit the Website and use these plugins, the Website connects directly to the server of the selected social network. Then, the content offered by the plug-in is transmitted directly from social networks to your web browser and added to the website you are visiting. In this way, the relevant social network can access and process your data and combine it with the data of your account in the relevant social network.

Please note that we have no influence and control over the scope of data that social networks process through plug-ins. For more information on the purposes, methods and duration for which social networks will process your personal data, please carefully review the personal data processing policies published by the relevant social networks.

The following cookies are used on the Website:

Cookie Name

Purpose of usage

Usage Period

Google Analytics

Google Analytics uses cookies to analyze how visitors use the Website. Information about your use of this Website (including your IP address) is transferred to Google and stored by Google on servers in the USA. Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the Website, to compile Website activity for the Company and to provide other services related to Website activity and internet usage, but will not match your IP address with other data stored by Google.

Persistent Cookies
Session Cookies

Google Ads

Google Ads uses cookies to remember your safe search preferences, show you more relevant ads, determine how many visitors you get to a page, help you sign up for our services, protect your data, or remember your ad settings. This helps the website remember information about your visit (for example, your preferred language and other settings). Information about your use of this Website (including your IP address) is transferred to Google and stored by Google on servers in the USA. Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the Website, to compile Website activity for the Company and to provide other services related to Website activity and internet usage, but will not match your IP address with other data stored by Google. For more information about the use of Google Ads cookies (including opt-out options), visit: Google Privacy

Persistent Cookies
Session Cookies

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