As ILO Office for Türkiye (International Labour Organization Office for Türkiye) (hereinafter referred to as “ILO Türkiye” or “ILO”), we use many technologies such as SDKs, pixels, GIFs, etc. (“cookies”) to improve your experience while using or visiting our websites (“Site”), applications and all our similar online and offline media made available to you on digital media (hereinafter collectively referred to as the “Platform”). When you visit our website, our site will send a cookie to your device. This cookie is a small piece of information stored on your hard drive, which tells us that your computer has accessed our website. The cookie will not be able to directly identify you.
Personal Data Collection Method and Legal Ground
In the context of your visit to our website, your personal data is collected through cookies based on the legal grounds for the legitimate interest of our organization. Your personal data can also be processed for the purposes indicated in this Cookie Disclaimer, under the conditions and purposes for the processing of personal data specified in Articles 5 and 6 of Law No. 6698 on Personal Data Protection (“PDP Law”).
Such technologies are used in line with the applicable legislation and particularly Law No. 6698 on Personal Data Protection (“PDP Law”).
The purpose of this Cookie Disclaimer is to provide you with information on the processing of your personal data, obtained through cookies used during the use of the Platforms. In this text, we would like to explain which types of cookies we use on our website and for what purposes, and how you can control such cookies.
Details of the Cookies Used on Our Platform
|Cookie Service Provider||Cookie Name||Purpose of Cookie||Cookie Type||Cookie Term|
|__utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz, _ga||Allows for analysing users’ movements in the site anonymously, examining the overall performance of the site.||Third Party Cookie||2 years|
|Hotjar||_hj||Allows for heatmapping users’ action-based behaviour in the site anonymously.||Third Party Cookie||1 year|
|CrazyEgg||_ce||Allows for heatmapping users’ action-based behaviour in the site anonymously.||Third Party Cookie||1 year|
We will process your personal information with regard to how you use our website. We use our cookies to collect other data, in line with our legitimate interest, to help us understand which pages are the most popular and when the peak usage times are, along with other information on Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, referring website addresses, application activity logs and error logs that helps us improve the content and make it easier to navigate our website. Furthermore;
Perform the basic functions necessary for the operation of the Platform.For example, sign-in members do not need to re-enter passwords when visiting different pages on the Platform.
Analyse and improve the performance of the Platform. For example, the integration of different servers on which the Platform runs, determining the number of visitors to the Platform and adjusting performance accordingly or making it easier for visitors to find what they are looking for.
Increase the functionality of the Platform and provide ease of use. For example, sharing to third-party social media through the Platform, remembering user name information or search queries on the next visit of the Platform visitor.
Personalization and targeting. For example, showing content linked to the visitors’ interests based on the pages and products viewed by the visitor.
Information on how you can manage your preferences for cookies used on the Platform is as follows:
- Although the preferences used in this regard vary according to the browser used, you can find a general description at https://www.aboutcookies.org/. Cookie Preferences may need to be made separately on each device on which the visitor has access to the Platform:
- Click here to turn off cookies managed by Google Analytics.
- Click here to manage the personalized advertising experience provided by Google.
- Preferences for cookies used by many companies for advertising activities can be managed through Your Online Choices.
- The settings menu for the mobile device can be used to manage cookies through mobile devices.
- You can personalize your preferences for cookies by changing the settings on your browser.
- For further information about cookies, please visit https://www.aboutcookies.org or https://www.youronlinechoices.eu/, or use the “Privacy Badger” application (https://www.eff.org/tr/privacybadger).
What Are Your Rights as a Data Subject?
According to Article 11 of the PDP Law, data subjects shall be entitled to:
- find out whether their personal data has been processed,
- request the relevant information if your personal data has been processed,
- find out the purpose for processing your personal data and whether the data is used appropriately,
- learn about the domestic or foreign third parties to whom personal data is transferred,
- request the correction of errors in the case of any missing or incorrectly processed personal data, and that the transaction carried out in this scope be notified to the third parties to whom the personal data is transferred,
- request the deletion or destruction of personal data in the case of elimination of the reasons requiring its processing, even though the data has been processed in accordance with the provisions of the PDP Law and other relevant legislation, and that the transaction carried out in this scope be notified to the third parties to whom the personal data is transferred,
- contest the results of automated processing in cases in which the analysis of the processed data by means of exclusively automated systems has produced unfavourable results,
- claim compensation for damages resulting from the unlawful processing of personal data.
You can send us your applications concerning your rights listed above by filling in the ILO Office for Türkiye Data Subject Application Form available on https://iloakademi.org/local/pages/?id=7. Depending on the nature of your request, your applications will be concluded, free of charge, as earliest as possible and within 30 days at the latest; however, if the operation necessitates additional costs, a fee may be charged according to the tariff determined by the Board of Personal Data Protection.
Last Update: 21.04.2021