Privacy Policy

Last Updated: 02/02/2024

Your security is important to us. Therefore, the personal data you share with us is protected with sensitivity.

We, at Experilabs, as the data controller, aim to enlighten you through this privacy and personal data protection policy about which of your personal data will be processed for what purpose, with whom and why the processed data can be shared, our method of data processing and our legal reasons; and what your rights are regarding the processed data.

Your Collected Personal Data, Collection Method, and Legal Reason

Your IP address and user agent information will only be processed for analysis purposes through cookies etc., technologies, automatically or non-automatically, and sometimes by obtaining from third parties such as analytic providers, advertising networks, search information providers, technology providers, recorded, stored, and updated, within the framework of the service and contractual relationship with us, based on the legitimate interest processing condition, for the duration of the contract.

Purpose of Processing Your Personal Data

The personal data you share with us will only be processed for analysis; to fulfill the requirements of the services we offer in the best way possible, to enable you to access these services and benefit from them to the maximum level, to develop our services in line with your needs, to introduce you to broader service providers within legal frameworks, and to comply with legal obligations (sharing personal data with judicial and administrative authorities upon request), during the contract and service period, in a manner appropriate and proportionate to the purpose, and will be updated.

To Whom and For What Purposes Collected Personal Data May Be Transferred

The personal data you share with us; to carry out our activities, to the third parties and institutions and organizations we receive services from and/or provide services to, with whom we have a contractual relationship, with whom we cooperate, domestically and internationally, can be transferred, provided that necessary technical and administrative measures are taken, upon request to judicial and administrative authorities.

Your Rights as a Person Whose Personal Data is Processed

According to Article 11 of the Law on Protection of Personal Data (KVKK), everyone has the right to apply to the data controller and:

  1. Learn whether their personal data has been processed,
  2. Request information if their personal data has been processed,
  3. Learn the purpose of processing personal data and whether they are used appropriately for their purpose,
  4. Know the third parties to whom personal data is transferred domestically or internationally,
  5. Request correction if personal data is processed incompletely or inaccurately,
  6. Request deletion or destruction of personal data,
  7. Request notification of the operations made pursuant to subparagraphs (e) and (f) to third parties to whom personal data has been transferred,
  8. Object to the emergence of a result against the person by analyzing the processed data exclusively through automated systems,
  9. Request compensation for the damage resulting from the unlawful processing of personal data.

You can contact us via to exercise your rights mentioned above.


For the purpose of providing you services and conducting analyses, you are completely free to accept or not the processing of only the necessary personal data, according to this privacy and personal data processing policy. If you continue to use the site, it will be assumed that you have accepted, and please do not hesitate to contact us via the email address for more detailed information.