Cookies are intended to customize our websites, improve our services and provide better services to you. There are three types of cookies:
Session cookies: These are temporary cookies which shall be deleted once you close down the browser. In other words, they are not persistent. These cookies are used for promoting security and sustainability of our websites as well as your own security while surfing on our website.
Persistent cookies: These cookies are maintained in sub-folders of your browser until you take action or the term designated for the cookies expire. Persistent cookies are used for remembering your information and settings when you visit our website in the future.
First and third party cookies: First party cookies are directly used by our website. Third party cookies, on the other hand, refer to cookies installed on your computer by other domains.
Strictly necessary cookies: These are anonymous cookies which are essential for the proper operation and use of www.metric.net.
Functionality and analytics cookies: We also use functionality cookies to remember your settings and improve your surfing experience in addition to analytics cookies which are meant to establish which pages and sources are more popular with the users by reviewing the website traffic so that we can adapt our services to those trends. These are also anonymous cookies.
Metrik website or mobile web uses both strictly necessary cookies and functionality and analytics cookies.
The websites use the following cookies in addition to the strictly necessary and first party cookies:
Google Analytics: This is a web analysis tool used for analysing how visitors engage with our websites. Your browser sends some anonymous information as well as certain personal data regarding your use of the website (name, address, e-mail address, IP address) to Google so that the relevant data might be processed by Google.
DoubleClick: This is a web analysis tool used for analysing how visitors engage with our websites. Your browser sends some anonymous information as well as certain personal data regarding your use of the website (name, address, e-mail address, IP address) to Google so that the relevant data might be processed by Google.
Users may follow the instructions provided in “help” folder of their web browsers or visit “www.allaboutcookies.org ” or “www.youronlinechoices.eu ” in order to disable persistent cookies and reject both session and persistent cookies. If users reject persistent cookies or session cookies, they may continue to use the relevant website or mobile web although they may not be able to have access to all functions of the website or there might be some restrictions regarding the use of the platform.