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By viewing the website, the USER will be deemed to have accepted the following points in advance. If you do not agree with the particulars in this text, please do not use this Web Site.


1) All information contained in this web site is the commercial and registered trademark of KAZANCI HOLDING. Unauthorized or unauthorized use of these trademarks or other written and visual materials contained in the web site is expressly prohibited, which means that the intellectual and industrial rights are in violation of the provisions of the Turkish Commercial Code and other legislation prohibiting unauthorized use. In case such a situation is detected, KAZANCI HOLDING reserves the right to apply for any kind of legal remedy in order to protect the legal rights and to demand financial / moral damages and to make a criminal complaint.

2) Any information in the website you are viewing may not be altered, copied, reproduced, translated into another language, republished, loaded, posted, transmitted, or otherwise transmitted without prior permission of KAZANCI HOLDING , Can not be presented or distributed. The whole or part of the site can not be used without permission in another web site. Without prejudice to the legal rights of KAZANCI HOLDING, the possibilities of this site can be utilized for personal and non-commercial purposes.

3) There is no responsibility for KAZANCI HOLDING regarding the information in the web site you are viewing. Although KAZANCI HOLDING makes every effort to ensure that all information on this web site is correct, KAZANCI HOLDING does not undertake any obligation or liability with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in the site, the applicability or the results obtained by using the information contained in this site, or There is no guarantee. The USER agrees that any damages that may be incurred due to the use of this website for its specific purposes may not be found in KAZANCI HOLDING.

4) The statements in this site are not legally binding and there is no binding for KAZANCI HOLDING. No warranty is given by KAZANCI HOLDING that it will be expressly or implicitly legally liable for the information contained in the www.kazanciholding.com website displayed by the USER. In other words, all the responsibility that KAZANCI HOLDING does not have any responsibilities in terms of material or moral damages that the USER or third parties will be subjected to in case of using the information that USER has obtained from www.kazanciholding.com web site belongs to USER Is accepted by the USER.


5) KAZANCI HOLDING does not give any guarantees in this matter with taking the virus precautions of the website. Any information, documents, applications, software, etc. It is advisable to take necessary measures to protect against viruses before downloading. The USER does not have any right to claim from KAZANCI HOLDING regarding the damages that the user has suffered. KAZANCI HOLDING may have provided links to other web sites, personal pages via www.kazanciholding.com.tr website. However, this does not necessarily mean that opinions and suggestions on web sites or personal pages that are linked with the site are also accepted by KAZANCI HOLDING. Likewise, KAZANCI HOLDING does not make any commitment to the fact that the information on the web sites or personal sites that it links to has been used by the USER without prior permission, and the relevant web site must obtain the permission of the owner or real person before use. Links will definitely be accessible to related sites, virus threats will not be encountered anywhere on the sites, and so on. No undertaking is made that may lead to the responsibility of KAZANCI HOLDING under any name. The said links have been put by KAZANCI HOLDING for the convenience of the USER. KAZANCI HOLDING; It is not the responsibility of the USER or any third party to infringe any material or moral damages of any kind on the basis of the contents of the site accessed by the USER in this manner. All risks related to the sites accessed through these links belong to the USER.


6) Making any suggestions about the content of the site by the USER. Messages, e-mails, etc. to be sent to KAZANCI HOLDING to share opinions and suggestions on any subject. The information contained in the data may be used by KAZANCI HOLDING to provide better service to the USER. However, this will not be construed as an absolute reply by KAZANCI HOLDING to the e-mail sent by USER. KAZANCI HOLDING does not have any commitment or warranty regarding the accuracy or completeness of the information provided by USER.

7) KAZANCI HOLDİNG, provided that the practices regarding the possible situations that may arise due to legal obligations and judicial decisions are reserved, USER will show maximum sensitivity to the confidentiality of information.


8)All EU businesses that use cookies must comply with the EU Cookie Law, which requires a Cookie Policy to be in place. Visitors to your website must be warned that cookies are in use, what types of cookies are in use, and given the option to opt-out of having these cookies placed on their device. A Cookie Policy is where this information can be detailed and explained to your visitors. While pop-up boxes and banner notifications may alert users that cookies are in use and allow the option to opt-out in that box or banner, this type of policy is where more information can be detailed and made available to your visitors. The EU's GDPR requires you to get consent to use most cookies, and having a cookie notice is an excellent way to do this. US-based companies doing business targeting EU countries must comply with EU cookie laws, but most US-based businesses targeting the US do not. In the US, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) enforces privacy and data security laws and regulations, but cookies are not explicitly separated from general privacy laws as they are in the EU. It is common for US-based businesses to have one general Privacy Policy that includes a section on the use of cookies. This is different from EU-based businesses/websites, which have both a Privacy Policy and a separate Cookie Policy.

Protecting Children's Online Privacy :

9)Although there are no strict Federal laws regarding online privacy for adults in the United States, the legislation for children is something completely different. The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), enacted in October 1998 and revised several times since then, is a law designed to protect the privacy of children under the age of 13. As a result, if you operate or own a website designed for or directed to young children, your site's Privacy Policy should include additional information to meet the requirements to comply with COPPA.

If your site allows and collects data or information from visitors under the age of 13, the Privacy Policy must include the following elements. 1- The type of information or data collected from children, whether directly from your server or website or from other third parties; 2- The name, address, email address and telephone number of all operators or organizations that collect or maintain information or data on or from the website; 3- A description of whether the website allows children to decide whether the information is public or accessible to others; 4- How the website or organization uses any data or information collected from children; 5- Instructions on how parents can view, edit, or delete information shared by their children on the website. As you can see, the requirements under COPPA are quite strict and straightforward. In most cases, you can avoid problems from COPPA violations by denying access to children under 13, unless you have a good reason to do otherwise. While the above law applies primarily to children in the United States, other countries have adopted similar laws. Therefore, if you plan to direct content to minors, it would be wise to find out what the privacy laws are in your area regarding child users and visitors.

Cookie Policy (How to manage cookies?) :

10)With only a few exceptions, there are no specific requirements for cookie policies in jurisdictions outside the European Union. However, with hundreds of millions of active Internet users living within EU borders, it is hard to imagine many sites that would not receive a few visitors from the region. As a result, publishing a comprehensive cookie policy on your website will help you avoid legal challenges, possible site closures or other problems due to laws in Europe. In addition, publishing a cookie policy makes your site more reliable and provides transparency for users. To ensure that your policy meets the legal requirements set by the EU, it should include the following sections:

Cookie Policies 1- Consent - First and foremost, before you place any type of cookie or data tracking file on a visitor's or user's computer, you need to get their consent. This can be accomplished with a pop-up window when a user visits your site for the first time, by having your visitors accept a user agreement, or by allowing them to configure settings for cookies on their first visit. 2- Disclosure - In your site's Cookie Policy, you must disclose the types of cookies or data trackers placed on users' computers by your website, server or other third parties. In the description, you must identify the cookies or data trackers, explain their purpose and detail the type of data received from the cookies or data trackers. 3- Opt-out - The Cookie Policy should also include instructions informing users how to opt-out of cookies or data tracking on your website. You can include language informing users that if they choose not to enable cookies or data trackers on your site, it may be difficult or impossible to use the site.

Cookie Policy (How do we use cookies?)" :

11)If your site collects contact or location information, privacy policies regarding such data are relatively self-explanatory and easy to understand. Simply put, if your site collects details such as a user's name, address, email address, or other biographical or location data, a privacy policy outlines the types of information collected, why it is needed, how it is used, and how it is distributed (or provided to other parties). In recent years, however, organizations and governments have listened to constituents and users by taking privacy requirements a step further and including requirements for Cookie Policies. Similar to privacy policies, Cookie Policies should specify the types of data stored on and retrieved from your computer and the purposes for which the server and website use that information.

To this end, effective and legal Cookie and Privacy Policies should include the following information and/or disclosures: Privacy Policies: 1- Notice - Your website's Privacy Policy should be published in a conspicuous, easy-to-find place. The easiest way to achieve this is to post a link to your site's Privacy Policy on the home page. 2- Disclosure - The Privacy Policy must list all sites, companies and organizations that will collect or receive data or information. In the policy, you must list the organizations legal name, addresses and contact information. 3- Purpose - Your site's Privacy Policy should also explain in detail why you collect certain data and how it is used. The policy must explain all valid reasons and purposes for the required data regarding the user visiting or using the website. 4- Consent - The Privacy Policy must include language that assures visitors that their data or information will not be used, sold, transferred, or otherwise disclosed without their prior consent. 5- Security - The Privacy Policy should address the data security concerns of users or website visitors. The policy should include language expressing the site's commitment to protecting data and describe the steps used to ensure that identifiable data or information is protected at all times. 6- Access - Your website's Privacy Policy should include language that allows site members, users or visitors access to their data and online information. The policy should also state the steps the user can take to change or edit their information if necessary, or to delete or remove the information if they wish. 7- Accountability - The Privacy Policy should contain information informing users or visitors about the steps they can take to correct inaccuracies in their personal information.