PDPL Policy for Processing and Protecting Personal Data

PDPL Policy for Processing and Protecting Personal Data

PDPL Policy for Processing and Protecting Personal Data

1.1. Preamble

We, TTS ULUSLARARASI NAKLİYAT VE TİCARET ANONİM ŞİRKETİ (the “Company”) hereby publish this Personal Data Processing and Protection Policy (“Policy”) for your attention to carry out our privacy notice obligation under Article 10 of the Personal Data Protection Law no. 6698 (the “Law”) and to inform you about all administrative and technical measures that we have taken in order to ensure the processing and protection of your personal data in line with the applicable Law.

1.2. Purpose of the Policy

The basic purpose of this Policy is to describe systems employed to process and protect personal data in line with the law and the Law’s purpose, and accordingly, to inform those persons whose personal data are processed by our Company, including the Company’s Business Partners, our Candidate Recruits, our Visitors, the Company Managers and third parties. This way, we target to ensure full compliance with the applicable legislation and to protect all rights of personal data owners arising from the legislation applicable to the personal data in our operations to process and protect personal data.

1.3. Scope of the Policy and Data Subjects

This Policy is issued for those persons whose personal data are processed by our Company by means of automatic, or provided to be the part of any data recording system, non-automatic means, including the Company’s Business Partners, our Candidate Recruits, our Visitors, the Company Managers and third parties, and accordingly it shall be applicable to those individuals and shall be in no event applicable to legal entities and their data.

We hereby inform the said Data Subjects by posting this Policy at our web site. Personal Data Processing Policy for Employees shall be applicable for our employees. This Policy shall not be applicable as well in the event that data do not fall within the scope of “Personal Data” as stated below or Personal Data are not processed by our Company by means mentioned above.

Accordingly, personal data subjects covered by this Policy are as follows:

Company’s Real Person Business Partners

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Those individuals who have any kind of business relation with our Company

Stakeholders, Authorized Officers and Employees of the Company’s Business Partners

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All individuals of natural or legal persons with whom the Company is engaged in every kind of business relation (business partners, suppliers etc), including its employees, stakeholders and authorized officers

Company’s Authorized Officers

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Authorized (natural person) representatives of the Company

Employee Candidate

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An individual who has applied to the Company for job by any means or whose resume and related data are available for the review of the Company

Company Customer

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An individual who uses or has used the products and services offered by the Company irrespective of whether he has any contractual relation with the Company

Visitor

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Any individual who has access to physical premises owned by the Company for various purposes or who visits web sites for any purpose whatsoever

Third party

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Any other individual who does not fall within any personal data category hereunder and who is not within the scope of Personal Data Protection and Processing Policy issued for the Company employees

1.4.Definitions

Terms used in this Policy refer to the meanings below set opposite to them: 

Company/ Our Company

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means TTS ULUSLARARASI NAKLİYAT VE TİCARET ANONİM ŞİRKETİ.

Personal Data

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means any data of an identified or identifiable person.

Sensitive Personal Data

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means data about race, ethnic origin, political thought, philosophical belief, religion, sect or other beliefs, clothing, membership to associations, foundations or unions, health, sexual life, criminal convictions and security measures as well as biometric and genetic data

Processing Personal Data

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means any process on personal data whereby it is obtained, recorded, stored, kept, modified, edited, disclosed, transferred, taken over, physically structured, categorized or prevented from usage through or by way of fully or partially automated, or provided to be a part of any data recording system, non-automatic means.

Personal Data Subject

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means Company Stakeholders, Company’s Business Partners, Company’s Authorized Representatives, Employee Candidates, Visitors, customers of the Company and Group Companies, Prospective Customers, Third Parties and those individuals whose personal data are processed by the Company

Data Recording System

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means a recording system where personal data are structured and processed according to certain criteria

Data Controller

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means an individual or legal entity who determines purposes and methods to process personal data and who shall be responsible for the installation and management of the data recording system

Data Processor

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means an individual or legal entity that processes personal data on behalf of the data controller on the basis of his authorization

Explicit Consent

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means a consent given for a specific matter on an informed basis and at free will.

Anonymization

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means a process in which personal data is altered in such a way that it can no longer be related back to an identified or identifiable person even if it is matched with other data.

The Law

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means the Personal Data Protection Law no. 6698.

PDP Committee

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means Personal Data Protection Committee.

1.5. Effectiveness of the Policy

This Policy, which is issued and put in force by the Company, shall be posted at the Company’s web site (www.tts.com.tr) and make available for the access of data subjects upon their requests.  

PROCESSING AND TRANSFERRING PERSONAL DATA

2.1. General Principles in Processing

Personal Data shall be processed by the Company inz line with procedures and terms set out in the Law and this Policy. The Company shall act in light of the principles below while processing Personal Data:

  • Personal Data shall be processed in line with the applicable rules of law and the requirements of good faith.
  • Personal Data shall be kept correct and updated. Certain factors here shall be diligently taken into account, including but not limited to specific sources from where data is derived, confirmation of their accuracy, and an evaluation of whether an update is required or not.
  • Personal Data shall be processed for defined, express and legitimate purposes. A legitimate purpose means that Personal Data processed by the Company shall be related to, or necessitated by, the business undertaken or services provided by it.
  • Personal Data shall be related to the purpose set by the Company to achieve them and it shall avoid the processing of Personal Data that are not related to or needed for the achievement of the purpose. It shall keep the processed data limited to the ones that are required for the achievement of the purpose only. Accordingly, the processed Personal Data shall be limited and related to and proportional with the purpose of process.
  • In the case that applicable legislation sets a period of time for storing personal data, the Company shall comply with such terms; otherwise, it shall keep Personal Data for such time only required for the purpose. If reasons for keeping Personal Data longer are not longer applicable, the said data are destroyed, deleted or anonymized.

2.2. Conditions for processing Personal Data

The Company shall not process Personal Data without the explicit consent of the data subject. In the case any of conditions below exists, the data subject’s Personal Data may be processed without the explicit consent of the data subject.

  • The Company may process Personal Data of Personal Data Owners in circumstances defined in the laws even without an explicit consent. For instance, pursuant to Article 230 of Tax Procedures Code, the explicit consent of the data subject shall not be sought to state his name on the invoice.
  • In case it is necessary to protect the life or bodily integrity of a person who shall not be able to make known his consent due to actual impossibility or whose consent is not legally valid, or of a third party, his Personal Data may be processed without explicit consent. For instance, in certain circumstances where his consent is not valid because he is out of his mind or has a deranged mind, the Personal Data of the Data Subject may be processed during medical intervention to keep him alive or maintain bodily integrity. In this respect, the relevant health system may process the blood type, past diseases and surgical operations as well as drugs administered to him.
  • Personal data of a party to a contract may be processed on the condition that it should be directly related to the establishment or performance by the Company of a contract. For instance, account number details of the creditor party may be obtained to make a payment under a  contract.
  • The Company may process Personal Data of Personal Data Subjects if it is mandatory for it to perform its legal obligations as a data controller.
  • The Company may process Personal Data which are publicized by the data subject itself, in other words, disc losed to the public because the legal interest that needs to be protected is no longer applicable.
  • The Company may process the Personal Data of Data Subjects without explicit consent where it is mandatory to process data to use or protect a legitimate right.
  • The Company may process the Personal Data of Personal Data Subjects in circumstances where processing Personal Data is mandatory to secure the legitimate interests of them provided not to prejudice to fundamental rights and freedoms protected under the Law and the Policy.

2.3. Conditions to process sensitive personal data

The Company shall not process the Sensitive Personal Data without the explicit consent of the data subject. Personal Data about health and sexual life shall be processed by the Company without seeking the explicit consent of the data subject in case of certain circumstances subject to the confidentiality obligation with the purpose to protect the public health, to conduct preventive medicine and medical diagnostics and care services, to plan and manage financing in relation to the health services. The Company carries out the procedures necessary to take sufficient measures defined by the Committee for the processing of Sensitive Personal Data.

2.4. Conditions to transfer personal data

Our Company may transfer Personal Data and Sensitive Personal Data of Data Subjects to third parties in line with the Law by taking security measures and creating necessary confidentiality conditions in line with the purposes of processing Personal Data. Our Company acts in line with the regulations set out in the Law in the course of the transfer of the Personal Data. In this respect, our Company may transfer the Personal Data to third parties on the basis of, and limited to,  one or several of the conditions to process Personal Data listed in Article 5 of the Law lawfully and legitimately:

  • If the data subject has given his explicit consent;
  • If there is any express regulation in the applicable law for the transfer of the Personal Data, or if it is mandatory to protect the life or bodily integrity of the Personal Data or some other party;
  • In the event that the Data Subject is unable to explain his consent due to actual impossibility or if his consent is not legally valid;
  • If it is necessary to transfer Personal Data of the contractual parties provided that it should be directly related to the establishment or performance of a contract;
  • If the transfer of Personal Data is necessary to allow our Company to fulfil its legal obligations;
  • If Personal Data are publicised by the Data Subject himself;
  • If the transfer of Personal Data is mandatory to assert, use or protect a right;
  • Provided not to prejudice the fundamental rights and freedoms of the Personal Data Subject, the transfer of Personal Data may be mandatory for our Company’s legitimate interests.

2.5. Conditions to transfer Sensitive Personal Data

The Company may transfer Sensitive Personal Data of the Data Subject to third parties in the following circumstances in line with the legitimate and lawful purposes of processing Personal Data by showing such due care and diligence, by taking necessary security measures and by adopting such measures as required by the PDP Committee.

  1. In the event that Personal Data Subject has given his explicit opinion; or
  2. Without seeking the explicit consent of the Data Subject in the case that following conditions do exist:
  • Sensitive Personal Data of the Data Subject other than his health and sexual life (race, ethnic origin, political thought, philosophical belief, religion, sect or other faith, clothing and attire, membership to society, foundation or union, data about criminal  conviction or security measures as well as biometric and genetic data)
  • Sensitive Personal Data of the Data Subject related to his health and sexual life may be transferred by individuals or competent authorities subject to confidentiality obligation only with the intention to protect public health, to conduct preventive medicine, medical diagnosis, medical and care services and to plan and management financing related to the health services

PURPOSES TO PROCESS AND TRANSFER PERSONAL DATA, TRANSFEREES

3.1. Purposes for processing and transferring Personal Data

Personal Data may be processed under the personal data processing terms and conditions set out in Articles 5 and 6 of the Law limited to the following purposes to allow the Company to do the following in line with the applicable laws and the purposes of the Law:

Management of emergency situations
• Execution of information security processes
• Fulfilment of obligations for employees arising from the employment contract and applicable legislation
• Conduct of processes related to employee fringe benefits and interests
• Performance of audits and ethical code of conduct
• Execution of access powers
•Conduct of operations in line with the applicable legislation
• Ensuring the security of physical spaces
• Conduct of financial and accounting operations
• Conduct of legal affairs
• Conduct of communication affairs
• Conduct/ audit of business operations
• Conduct of Occupational Health and Safety operations
•Conduct of logistic operations
• Conduct of purchasing processes of goods/ services
• Conduct of aftermarket services for goods and services
• Conduct of sales processes for goods and services
• Conduct of production and operation processes of goods and services
• Conduct of Customer Relations Management
• Conduct of storage and archiving activities
• Conduct of contract processes
• Conduct of supply chain management processes
• Conduct of marketing processes for products and services
• Conduct of data controller operations
• Supply of information to competent authorities and persons
• Management of management operations

In the event that the processing carried out for the said purposes fails to meet any of the conditions set out in the applicable Law, the Company gets your explicit consent in connection with the applicable processing procedure.

3.2. Transferees of the Personal Data

Personal Data may be shared with our business and solution partners and banks as well as third parties who carry out logistics and other similar operations on behalf of us to for the purposes of carrying out the services offered to you in a full and perfect manner and only to the extent it is in conformity with the nature of the service. These third parties consist of those persons who must have access to the relevant data to ensure the full and perfect provision of the services.

In addition to the foregoing, in the event that data should be shared with other third parties in order to give full and perfect service, it is mandatory for the Company to perform its legitimate obligations and in case there is a judicial/ administrative order that is made in line with the applicable law or it is expressly set out in the legislation, your Personal Data may be transferred –limited to the applicable individuals or entities only-.
 

METHODS AND LEGAL GROUNDS FOR PERSONAL DATA, THEIR ERASURE, DESTRUCTION AND ANONYMIZATION AND STORAGE DURATION
 

4.1. Method and Legal Grounds to Collect Personal Data

 

In order to audit the compliance with Article 1 which governs the purpose of the Law and Article 2 which governs thne scope of the Law, Personal Data shall be collected in order to ensure the correct and full performance of the responsibilities arising from the law in line with the legal grounds based on the applicable legislation, contracts, demands and request in order to fulfil the purposes carried out in this Policy in any verbal, written, electronic environment or by means of technical and other methods or any other means such as Company’s workplace, dealer, Company’s web site and mobile application. Such data shall be processed by the Company or data processors assigned by the Company.

 

4.2. Erasure, destruction or anonymization of Personal Data

 

Provided that provisions set out in other laws applicable to the erasure, destruction or anonymization of Personal Data, the Company shall erase, destroy or anonymize Personal Data upon the data subject’s request or ex officio although it has processed them in line with the present Law or provisions of other Law in the event that reasons that require for the processing are no longer applicable. Upon the erasure of the Personal Data, these data shall be destroyed in a manner that cannot be retrieved or used. Accordingly, Personal Data shall be irretrievably erased from the documents, files, CDs, hard discs and floppy discs in which they are stored. The destruction of Personal data means the destruction of the data in an irretrievable or unusable manner and of such materials suitable for data storage on which Personal Data are registered, including papers, files, CDs, floppy discs and hard discs. Upon the anonymization of the personal data, even if such Data are paired or matched with other data, they shall be no longer associated with any identified or identifiable individual.

 

4.3. Duration for storing personal data

 

The Company shall store the Personal Data for such duration set out in the applicable legislation, if any. Unless a duration is defined in the applicable legislation for the storage of personal data, Personal Data shall be processed for such duration which is required to process the Personal data in line with the Company’s practices and business life in connection with the operations that are conducted when the Company processes that data. Following the expiry of this duration, the Personal Data are subsequently erased, destroyed or anonymized.

 

If the purpose of processing Personal Data is no longer applicable and the time to store the data as set out in the applicable legislation and determined by the Company has expired, personal data may be stored to serve as an evidence in potential legal disputes or to assert a personal or related right or to make a defense argument only. For the determination of the time periods set out herein, the time bar for asserting any right in question as well as examples in claims asserted against the Company in respect of the same subject method in the past (although time bars have expired) are defined. In this case, access to the stored personal data is no longer accessible for any other purpose whatsoever and access to personal data is allowed only if such data is to be used in connection with the relevant legal dispute. Here, as well, personal data is erased, destroyed or anonymized after the said duration has expired.

 

Detailed provisions about the Company methods for the storage, erasure, destruction or anonymization of Personal Data are set out in the Company’s Personal Data Storage and Destruction Policy.

PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA

The Company adopts necessary technical and administrative measures in order to ensure the appropriate security level to prevent unlawful processing of Personal Data processed by it, to prevent unlawful access to the data and to set an appropriate security level to ensure the storage of the data in line with Article 12 of the Law, and therefore necessary audits in this respect are carried out by or on behalf of the Company.

5.1. Ensuring the security of personal data

 

5.1.1. Technical and administrative measures to ensure the unlawful processing of personal data

 

The Company adopts technical and administrative measures on the basis of technological facilities and application costs in order to ensure the lawful processing of Personal Data.

 

Technical measures to ensure the lawful processing of Personal Data

 

Below are the major technical measures taken by the Company to ensure the lawful processing of Personal Data:

 
  • Personal Data processing operations carried out at the Company are audited by technical systems established.
  • Those technical measures are periodically reported to the relevant party pursuant to the internal audit mechanism.
  • Personnel that are competent in technical matters are employed/ consultancy services are retained.
 

Administrative measures adopted to ensure the lawful processing of the Personal Data

 

Below are the major administrative measures taken by the Company to ensure the lawful processing of Personal Data:

 
  • Employees are informed and educated about the law for the protection of Personal Data and their processing in line with the laws.
  • Personal Data processing operations carried out by the business units of the Company: requirements to be fulfilled to ensure the compliance of these operations with the Personal Data processing requirements sought by the Law are set for each business unit and the operations conducted by it in detail.
  • In order to meet legal compliance requirements set on the basis of the business unit, an awareness is raised and implementation rules are defined for each relevant specific business unit, and administrative measures necessary to ensure the sustainable audit and implementation are given effect by means of internal policies and training courses.
  • Except for the exceptions imposed under the law and Company’s otherwise instructions, reservations are entered with the contracts and documents managing the legal relation between the Company and employees which impose the obligation not to process, disc lose or use the Personal Data, and the awareness of the employees is raised in this respect and audits are carried out so that obligations arising from the Law are fulfilled.
 

5.1.2. Technical and Administrative Measures taken in order to prevent the unlawful access of Personal Data

 

The Company adopts such technical and administrative measures depending on technological means and implementation cost and the nature of the data to be protected in order to prevent the unauthorized or reckless disclosure, access, transfer of or otherwise unlawful access to Personal Data.

 

Technical measures taken to prevent unlawful access to Personal Data

 

Major technical measures taken by the Company to prevent unlawful access to Personal Data are listed as below:

 
  • Technical measures that are in line with technological developments are taken and those measures are periodically updated and renewed.
  • Technical solutions for access and authorization are implemented in line with legal compliance requirements defined on the basis of business unit.
  • Access authorization is restricted and authorizations are periodically reviewed.
  • Technical measures adopted are periodically reported to the concerned parties pursuant to the internal audit mechanism and risky areas are revaluated and necessary technological solutions are generated.
  • Software and hardware with anti-virus systems and firewalls are set up.
  • Technically competent staff members are employed/ consultancy services are retained.
  • Personal data regularly undergo security scanning in order to identify security gaps in the practices used to collect Personal Data. Identified gaps are closed.
 

Administrative measures to prevent unlawful access to Personal Data

 

Major administrative measures taken by the Company to prevent unlawful access to Personal Data are listed as below:

 
  • Employees are trained about technical measures to be taken to prevent unlawful access to Personal Data.
  • For each business unit, in-house access to and authorization processes for Personal Data are designed and implemented in line with the legal compliance requirements for the process of Personal Data.
  • Employees may not disclose Personal Data that they come to learn to third parties or may use them for any purpose other than the processing purpose in breach of the provisions of the Law. They are also informed that such obligation shall survive their resignation and necessary commitments are taken from them in this respect.
  • The Company incorporates certain provisions to the contracts made with those persons to whom Personal Data are lawfully transferred, stipulating that those transferees shall take required security measures to protect Personal data and to ensure that these measures shall be observed in their entities.
 

5.1.3. Storage of Personal Data in Safe Environment

 

The Company takes necessary technical and administrative measures depending on technological facilities and implementation cost in order to ensure the safe storage of Personal Data and to prevent their destruction, loss or change for the unlawful purposes.

 

Technical measures taken to store the Personal Data in safe media

 

Below are the major technical measures taken by the Company to ensure the secure storage of Personal Data:

 
  • In order to store the Personal Data in secure media, systems in line with technological developments are used,
  • Personnel who is competent in technical matters is employed/ consultancy services are retained.
  • Technical security systems are established for storage areas and security tests and researches are made to determine the security gaps on information systems and actual or potential risks that are identified as a result of tests and researches are addressed.
  • In oder to ensure the secure storage of Personal Data, a back-up program is employed in line with the law.
  • Access to the data in media where such Personal Data is stored is given and only authorized people are allowed to have access to these data limited to the purpose of storing such data, and access to data storage areas where Personal Data are stored is logged and inappropriate accesses or attempts are simultaneously transmitted.


 

Administrative measures to store personal data in secure environments

 

Below are the major administrative measures taken by the Company to ensure the secure storage of Personal Data:

 
  • Employees are trained to ensure the secure storage of Personal Data.
  • Legal and technical consultancy services are taken in order to ensure the privacy of personal life and to keep track of developments in the protection of personal data and to take necessary actions accordingly.
  • In the event that outsourcing services are received by the Company due to technical requirements for the storage of Personal Data, certain provisions shall be incorporated into the contracts made with those persons to whom Personal Data are lawfully transferred, stipulating that those transferees shall take required security measures to protect Personal data and to ensure that these measures shall be observed in their entities.
 

5.1.4. Auditing Measures taken for the protection of Personal Data

 

Such audits required under Article 12 are carried out by or on behalf of the Company. Results of this audit are reported to the relevant department under the internal mechanisms of the Company and operations to improve those measures are conducted.

 

5.1.5. Measures to be taken upon the unauthorized disclosure of Personal Data

 

The Company conducts a system that in the case that Personal Data processed in line with Article 12 of the Law is intercepted by third parties through unlawful means, this shall be reported to the relevant Data Subject and the PDP Committee as soon as possible. If the PDP Committee deems it necessary, this may be published at the PDP Committee’s web site or by any other means.

 

5.2. Observing the Legal Rights of Personal Data Subjects

 

The Company shall protect all legal rights of Data Subjects by enforcing the Policy and the Law and shall take necessary measures that may be required for the protection of these rights. Detailed information about the rights of the Data Subjects are given in chapter six of this Policy.

 

5.3 Protection of Sensitive Personal Data

 

The Company pays utmost diligence for the protection of sensitive Personal Data which are designated as “sensitive” in the applicable law and are processed in line with the applicable law. Accordingly, technical and administrative measures taken by the Company to protect personal data are carried out with maximum due care and diligence for Sensitive Data and the Company carries out necessary audits in this respect.



 

RIGHTS OF DATA SUBJECT, THEIR EXERCISE AND EVALUATION

 

6.1. Informing the Data Subject

 

The Company provides Data Subjects with information during the collection of their Personal Data in line with Article 10 of the Law. Accordingly, the Data Subject is given a privacy notice about the identity of the Company’s representation, the purpose by which the Personal Data are to be processed, the parties to whom these Personal Data are to be transferred and for what purpose, the method and legal grounds to collect Personal Data as well as the rights that the Data Subject has.

 

6.2. Rights of Data Subject under the PDP Law

 

The Company informs you about your rights pursuant to Article 10 of the Law, shows you the way how to use these rights and defines the required internal mechanism and administrative and technical regulations for this purpose. The Company explains the following rights to the data subjects whose Personal Data are collected pursuant to Article 11 of the Law:

 

• To inquire if his personal data are processed;

 

• If his personal data are processed, to ask information about it;

 

• To learn about the purpose of processing personal data and if they are used in line with that purpose;

 

• To know about third parties in Turkey or abroad to whom personal data are transferred,

 

• Where personal data are misprocessed or incompletely processed, to ask for the correction of it,

 

• To request for the destruction or erasure of personal data subject to terms and conditions set out in Article 7;

 

• To ask that operations carried out under items (d) and (e) of Article 11 of the Law should be notified to third parties to whom personal data have been transferred;

 

• To object to results that may be detrimental to the data subject by virtue of analysis of processed personal data by means of automated systems;

 

• To ask for a compensation for damages in the event that personal data are processed unlawfully

 

6.3. Circumstances where Data Subject Rights may not be asserted:

 

Pursuant to Article 28 of the Law, as the following situations are excluded from the scope of the Law, Data Subjects may not assert their rights set out in Article (6.2) of this Policy:

 
  • In the event that their Personal Data are processed by individuals for activities that are totally related to the data subject or his family members living in any other residence, provided that such Data shall not be disclosed to third parties or obligations for data security are observed;
  • If Personal Data are processed for research, planning or statistical purposes by anonymizing them or for official statistical figures;
  • To process Personal Data for art, history, literature or scientific purposes or under the freedom of expression provided that it shall not violate the national defence, national security, public order, public security, economic security, privacy of personal life or personal rights;
  • To process Personal Data under the preventive, protective and intelligence operations conducted by public agencies and institutions authorized and incumbent under the applicable law to secure the national defence, national security, public order, public security or economic security;
  • In the event that Personal Data are processed by judicial authorities or enforcement authorities for investigation, prosecution, trial or enforcement purposes.
 

Pursuant to Article 28/2 of the Law, a Data Subject may not assert his rights set out in Article (6.2) of this Policy except for the right to claim damages for the compensation of his losses in the circumstances below:

 
  • If the processing of Personal Data is necessary to prevent a crime or to conduct a criminal investigation;
  • To process such personal data made public by the Data Subject himself;
  • If the processing is required by the professional societies in the form of public institution or by authorized public agencies for a disciplinary investigation or prosecution or to carry out audit or regulatory tasks on the basis of the powers granted by the laws;
  • Where the processing of Personal Data is necessary to protect the economic and financial interests of the State in respect of budget, taxes and financial matters
 

6.4. Exercise by the Data Subject of its rights

 

A Data Subject may send his request in respect of his rights listed in Article 6.2 hereof by completing and signing the Application Form that you can have access at www.tts.com.tr by means of methods below or other methods described by the PDP Committee and you should attach required documentation and information as well.

 

1. After the application form is completed, a wet signed copy should be sent to the following address either personally or by means of a registered mail with return receipt:

 

İstoç Oto ve Ticaret Merkezi, Askar Plaza, Kat:2, No: 22-23 34214 Bağcılar-ISTANBUL

 

2. After the application form is completed and signed with secure electronic signature as described in the Electronic Signature Law no. 5070, it may be e-mailed to our Company e-mail address below:

 

------ @.kep.tr

 

3. The application form may be completed and sent to the following address: info@tts.com.tr

İstoç Oto ve Ticaret Merkezi, Askar Plaza, Kat:2, No:22-23 34214 Bağcılar İstanbul
P: +90 212 911 87 00 F: +90 212 911 87 20