Privacy Policy

Alantron fully respects your individual privacy. This Privacy Policy ('Policy') embodies our commitment to your privacy protection through adherence to fair electronic information practices. This Policy puts you, the customer, in control of how your personal information is processed. You have our promise that we will not process your personal information in any way that is incompatible with this Policy and our respective other policies.

This Privacy Statement ensures the accountability to individuals who believe that Alantron has not complied with these privacy principles. We hereby,

Inform you about:

Empower you to choose:

Assure you that Alantron :

Ensure accountability to individuals who think that Alantron has not complied with these privacy principles.

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Understanding your needs

Alantron is in the business for putting people in touch with other people. That requires more than simply offering innovative technical services. It also requires that we understand you, our customers and your needs fully. Indeed, we are a preferred domain name registrar because we have taken the time to get to know many customers.

We can get to know you primarily through the information you provide through our website when opening an account, or using our services. The information you provide can range from basic contact information to the technical information of your hosting servers. The user interface at is a form of the information we request form you. All of the information we request from you when you are purchasing any of our services is obligatory to us unless otherwise noted on the relevant form. When you purchase our services, you agree to always provide and maintain accurate, complete and updated information.

After you have open an account and signed up for our services, we may communicate you about your account or technical questions you may have about services or any other matter relating to our services. These communications are very essential to our relationship with you and to our ability to provide you betterquality services that can respond your needs. Also these communications are giving us helpful insights about you, your preferences and the ways in which we can improve our services. For this purpose we may maintain this information for future use and optimizations.

For operational and quality improvement purposes, we may take note of whether and how you use the services and information that we provide. For this purpose we may record our website traffic patterns and maintaine the log files of users' access to our website files.

The information we receive from you is stored on systems designed to prevent the loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration or destruction of these information. We also encrypt the transmission of sensitive information from you to us and from us to you (e.g. credit card numbers, account passwords) for the sake of improved privacy protection and information integrity.  All the transactions over our My Account pages and your purchases flow on Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption data lines when transmitting data from your connection to our systems. You may click on the security icon within your web browser to verify the authenticity of our SSL certificates.

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Third Party Advertisements and the Cookies

Not at the moment but in the future we may use third-party advertising companies to serve ads on our website. We may do so without further notification to our customers. For the purpose of serving such advertisements, these companies may place or recognize a 'cookie' on your harddisk, and may use this information (not including your name, address, e-mail address, or telephone number) about your visits to our website in order to measure the advertising effectiveness and to provide some advertisements about goods and services that may be of interest to you.

We may use cookie files to make it easier for our customers to access our site or services. A cookie file is a small piece of data that resides in your harddisk when you visit vertain websites. A cookie file can contain some information such as a username. However, the only personal information a cookie can contain in it is information you supply yourself. A cookie can not read data from your harddisk or read the cookies created by other websites. We may use cookies to track the users traffic patterns through our website. When you register, we may use a cookie to store a unique, random user ID to use this ID to identify you in our database throughout your visit at our website..

If you set your browser to warn you before accepting any cookies, you may receive a warning message with each cookie. Also you may refuse cookies by turning them off in your browser but some of our pages may not function properly without a cookie.


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Your Account Updates

You have the right and the ability to correct or change any information in our records about you, such as address and contact information. The process for changing your information begins at the Account Management page of You may modify your information any time and as often as necessary. If you need assistance or have questions about updating your information, you can contact us through

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How We Use Your Information

We use your information for purposes of monitoring and improving our services, as well as to: (a) bill you properly, (b) administer your account in accordance with the agreements we have in place, and (c) properly perform the services you need.

We also use this information to improve the experience of our users in our web site. For example, from time to time we may study the web site traffic information with data about our individual users. Such data helps us to determine how much our customers use which parts of the site and allows us to enhance it further to fit the needs of as many of our customers as possible. We may also correlate it to the overall usage statistics of our customers' domain names, browser types, and MIME types by reading this information directly from the browser string (information is contained in every user's browser).

Finally, we may use this information to direct important notices and information affecting your account or the services you take, as well as general information that may be of interest to you, including newsletters, surveys, promotions and sweepstake announcements, and information about our new service or product offerings or the offerings of our business affiliates. You may opt-out of receiving such information from us simply by following the opt-out instructions contained in any information message you receive from us, or contacing us through Note however that in order to fully execute our service obligations to you, we must continue sending some important information affecting your account or the services you take from us.

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Information Sharing

Pursuant to our agreements with Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers ('ICANN'), we have to maintain a publicly accessible WHOIS database that includes the basic information about each domain name registered by us, including the names, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of individuals designated as points of contact for any given domain name. The status of the applicable domain name registration fees is also publicly accessible. With the continuing privatization of the WHOIS system, and consistent with the rules and policies applicable, or to comply with any changes in law or regulation that binds us, we may take steps to restrict the accessibility and amount of personal information available in the WHOIS database.

When you are register a domain name through our system, we have to disclose the domain name and its associated Internet Protocol ("IP") numbers to the related registry in order to make your domain name a functioning address on the Internet. Certain registries are also requiring that we disclose to them the names, postal addresses, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail addresses of the points of contacts for the domain names. Each registry discloses certain portions (and in some cases it may be all) of the information we provide to them to public. For example, each registry discloses each registered domain name and its associated IP numbers to the respective server administrators so that the domain name can function as an address on the Internet.

Consistent with the current rules and policies of the international domain name system, such registries may also disclose these TLD zone files to other parties, provided that those parties agree, among other things, not to use these TLD zone files for improper purposes such as the transmission of unsolicited commercial e-mail. Similarly, each registry may also maintain a publicly accessible database that includes basic information about each domain name registered with that registry, including the names, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail addresses of the points of contacts for the domain names.

We may share certain information about you with those of our vendors who are responsible for performing some services that is necessary for our services to run accurately. Although we may share sensitive financial information (e.g. domain name payment status), security information (e.g., account passwords) and personal communications (e.g., personal e-mail messages) with such vendors where necessary, we will not give such information with other third parties, except in response to formal requests (e.g. court order) directly relating to a domain name registration or other services we provide, or when directed by you or your agent.

Please note, however, that consistent with the current rules and policies of the international domain name system, information about you must remain available in the publicly accessible WHOIS database.

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Removing You Name from Bulk Access

As noted above, we currently have to make certain information about you available to the general public via our WHOIS service. This service can give public users access to such data on a query by query basis. Due to our agreements with ICANN, qualified parties may also access such data on a bulk basis if they agree, among other things, not to use such data to allow, enable or otherwise support the transmission by e-mail, telephone, or facsimile of mass, unsolicited, commercial advertising or solicitations to entities other than to such qualified persons' own existing customers or sell or redistribute the data to third parties, except the data is incorporated into a value-added product or service that does not permit the extraction of a substantial portion of the data. If you do not want your personal information disclosed on a bulk basis, you may opt-out by contacting and informing us through

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Our Responsibility

By purchasing our services, you obtain the protections of this Privacy Policy. When you purchase our services, you also state that you have provided notice to or obtained consent from any third parties which you supply to us the personal data of for: (a) what are the purposes for which such third party's personal data have been collected, (b) what are the intended recipients or categories of recipients of the third party's personal data, (c) which of the third party's data are obligatory and which data are voluntary, and (d) how the third party can access and modify the data held about them.

In addition to the privacy protections that we hereby provide, our employees, agents and business partners are independently responsible for ensuring compliance with this Privacy Policy, as described below.

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Our Employee's Responsibility

Only those authorized Alantron employees that have a appropriate business purpose for accessing and handling your personal information can do so. The unauthorized access or use of such information by any Alantron employee is prohibited and causes a disciplinary action.

Additionally, our information management systems are configured to limit, block or prohibit employees from accessing such information in case they have no authority.

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Alantron's Agents' and Business Partners' Responsibility

Some of our trusted vendors, agents and business partners can be responsible for processing some of the information that we receive. However these vendors and business partners are not authorized to use such information for purposes beyond those specified by us and are required to preserve the confidentiality of such information.

If you feel that Alantron or any of our agents, partners or employees, is violating this Privacy Policy, please contact us via e-mail at, or by postal mail at:

Attention: Legal Department
RTO: Privacy Policy
Kocaeli Üniversitesi Yeniköy Yerleşkesi
Teknopark Z014 Yeniköy Izmit
Kocaeli, Turkey 41200

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Notification of Changes

We will post any modifications on this Privacy Policy 30 days before their effective date so you will always know what kind of information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances, if any, we disclose it. You are responsible for periodically checking our web site for modifications on this Privacy Policy. You may opt-out of any posted change, use or disclosure of your personal information by sending e-mail to

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If you have any questions regarding this Privacy Policy, please contact us via