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Privacy Policy

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1.Storage and Deletion of Personal Data

Aykasa stores personal data and processes for the periods determined by the legislation. The storage period that requires processing in accordance with the practices of the  and the practices of commercial life, depending on the services offered by Aykasa  while processing that data. After this period, only for the periods of time required in practice in order to constitute evidence in possible legal disputes. After the expiry of the specified periods, the personal data in question are deleted, destroyed or anonymized.
2.Rights of Personal Data Owner
As the owner of the personal data collected, processed and transferred by Aykasa, if you as our valued service recipients, want to use your rights under this heading and/or under the Data Protection Law, in accordance with the procedures and principles stipulated in this Clarification Text and the legislation, or you may apply to Aykasa. In the case of a request, it will be concluded free of charge within thirty (30) business days, at the latest, depending on the nature of the request. However, if the transaction requires a separate cost for Aykasa, the fee determined by the Personal Data Protection Board may be requested.

In accordance with the law and relevant legislation you can:

  • Learning whether personal data is processed or not,
  • Requesting information about processed personal,
  • Accessing and requesting personal health data,
  • Learning the purpose of processing personal data and whether they are used in accordance with its purpose,
  • Knowing the third parties to whom personal data is transferred at home or abroad,
  • Requesting correction of personal data in case of incomplete or incorrect processing,
  • Requesting the deletion or destruction of personal data,
  • Requesting notification of the third parties to whom the personal data has been transferred, regarding the correction of personal data and/or the deletion or destruction of personal data in case of incomplete or incorrect processing of personal data,
  • Objecting to the emergence of a result against the person himself by analyzing the processed data exclusively through automated systems,
  • You have the right to demand the compensation of the damage in case of loss due to unlawful processing of personal data.
  • Processing personal data for purposes such as research, planning and statistics by making them anonymous with official statistics.
  • Processing personal data for art, history, literature or scientific purposes or within the scope of freedom of expression, provided that it does not violate national defense, national security, public security, public order, economic security, privacy of private life or personal rights or does not constitute a crime.
  • Processing of personal data within the scope of preventive, protective and intelligence activities carried out by public institutions and organizations authorized by law to ensure national defense, national security, public safety, public order or economic security.
  • Processing of personal data by judicial authorities or execution authorities in relation to investigation, prosecution, trial or execution proceedings.
  • The processing of personal data is necessary for the prevention of crime or for criminal investigation.
  • Processing of personal data made public by the personal data owner.
  • Personal data processing is necessary for the execution of supervisory or regulatory duties and for disciplinary investigation or prosecution by authorized and authorized public institutions and organizations and professional organizations in the nature of public institution, based on the authority given by the law.
  • The processing of personal data is necessary for the protection of the economic and financial interests of the state with regard to budgetary, tax and financial matters.
3.Data Security and Right to Apply
Your personal data is meticulously protected within the scope of technical and administrative measures and is stored at a level suitable for possible risks, taking into account the necessary security measures and technological possibilities.
In order to determine whether the person applying to Aykasa is the owner of personal data, it can request information from the person concerned, and in order to clarify the issues stated in the application, it can ask a question about the personal data owner’s application. Aykasa may reject the application of the applicant in the following cases by explaining the reason,
  • Processing personal data for purposes such as research, planning and statistics by making them anonymous with official statistics,
  • Processing of personal data for art, history, literature or scientific purposes or within the scope of freedom of expression, provided that it does not violate national defense, national security, public security, public order, economic security, privacy of private life or personal rights or does not constitute a crime,
  • Processing of personal data within the scope of preventive, protective and intelligence activities carried out by public institutions and organizations authorized by law to ensure national defense, national security, public safety, public order or economic security,
  • Processing of personal data by judicial authorities or execution authorities in relation to investigation, prosecution, trial or execution proceedings,
  • The processing of personal data is necessary for the prevention of crime or for criminal investigation,
  • Processing of personal data made public by the personal data owner,
  • Personal data processing is necessary for the execution of supervisory or regulatory duties and for disciplinary investigation or prosecution by authorized public institutions and organizations and professional organizations in the nature of public institution, based on the authority granted by the law,
  • The processing of personal data is necessary for the protection of the economic and financial interests of the state with regard to budgetary, tax and financial matters,
  • The possibility of the personal data owner’s request to prevent the rights and freedoms of other persons,
  • Making requests that require disproportionate effort,
  • The requested information is publicly available.
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