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PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION LAW Law Number : 6698 Accepted Date: 24/3/2016 Published in the R. Newspaper: Date: 7/4/2016 Issue: 29677 Published Code: Arrangement: 5 Volume: 57 FIRST PART Purpose, Scope and Definitions Aim ARTICLE 1- (1) The purpose of this Law is to process personal data, especially private life. to protect the fundamental rights and freedoms of individuals, including privacy, and to process personal data. to regulate the obligations of natural and legal persons and the procedures and principles to be followed. Scope ARTICLE 2- (1) The provisions of this Law apply to real persons whose personal data are processed and to be a part of any data recording system that is fully or partially automated or It applies to natural and legal persons who operate by non-automatic means, provided that Definitions ARTICLE 3- (1) In the implementation of this Law; a) Explicit consent: On a specific subject, based on information and free will declared consent, b) Anonymization: Personal data cannot be used in any way, even by matching with other data. making it impossible to be associated with an identified or identifiable natural person, c) Chairman: Chairman of the Personal Data Protection Authority, ç) Relevant person: The real person whose personal data is processed, d) Personal data: Any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person, e) Processing of personal data: Fully or partially automatic or obtained by non-automatic means, provided that it is part of any data recording system. recording, storing, preserving, changing, rearranging, disclose, transfer, take over, make available, classify or all kinds of operations performed on the data, such as preventing its use, f) Board: Personal Data Protection Board, g) Institution: Personal Data Protection Authority, ğ) Data processor: Personal data on behalf of the data controller based on the authority given by him. the real or legal person who operates, 12302 h) Data recording system: Personal data is processed and structured according to certain criteria. registration system, ı) Data controller: Data logger, which determines the purposes and means of processing personal data. The natural or legal person responsible for the establishment and management of the system, means. SECOND PART Processing of Personal Data General principles ARTICLE 4- (1) Personal data can only be processed by the procedures and procedures stipulated in this Law and other laws. can be processed in accordance with the principles. (2) The following principles must be complied with in the processing of personal data: a) Compliance with the law and honesty rules. b) Being accurate and up-to-date when necessary. c) Processing for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes. ç) Being connected, limited and restrained with the purpose for which they are processed. d) Keep for the period required by the relevant legislation or for the purpose for which they are processed. not to be Terms of processing personal data ARTICLE 5- (1) Personal data cannot be processed without the explicit consent of the person concerned. (2) In the presence of one of the following conditions, without seeking the explicit consent of the person concerned It is possible to process personal data: a) It is clearly stipulated in the laws. b) Those who are unable to express their consent due to actual impossibility or life or body of the person or another person whose legal validity is not recognized necessary to preserve its integrity. c) Provided that it is directly related to the establishment or performance of a contract, It is necessary to process the personal data of the parties to the contract. ç) It is mandatory for the data controller to fulfill its legal obligation. d) The person concerned has been made public by himself. e) Data processing is mandatory for the establishment, exercise or protection of a right. f) Provided that it does not harm the fundamental rights and freedoms of the person concerned, the data controller data processing is necessary for their legitimate interests. Conditions for the processing of special categories of personal data ARTICLE 6- (1) Race, ethnic origin, political thought, philosophical belief, religion, sect or other beliefs, dress, association, foundation or union membership, health, sexual life, data on criminal convictions and security measures, as well as biometric and genetic data qualified personal data. (2) Processing of sensitive personal data without the explicit consent of the person concerned is prohibited. 12303 (3) Personal data other than health and sexual life listed in the first paragraph, may be processed without seeking the explicit consent of the person concerned, in the foreseeable circumstances. On health and sexual life Personal data can only be used for the protection of public health, preventive medicine, medical diagnosis, treatment and execution of care services, planning and management of health services and financing persons or authorized institutions and organizations under the obligation to keep secrets. may be processed without seeking the explicit consent of the person concerned. (4) In the processing of special categories of personal data, sufficient precautions must be taken. Deletion, destruction or anonymization of personal data ARTICLE 7- (1) Processed in accordance with the provisions of this Law and other relevant laws personal data ex officio in the event that the reasons requiring its processing disappear. or deleted, destroyed or anonymized by the data controller at the request of the data subject. is brought. (2) Other information regarding the deletion, destruction or anonymization of personal data. the provisions of the laws are reserved. (3) Regarding the deletion, destruction or anonymization of personal data procedures and principles are regulated by regulation. Transfer of personal data ARTICLE 8- (1) Personal data cannot be transferred without the explicit consent of the person concerned. (2) Personal data; a) In the second paragraph of Article 5, b) Provided that adequate measures are taken, in the third paragraph of Article 6, In the event that one of the conditions specified is present, without the explicit consent of the person concerned. transferable. (3) Provisions in other laws regarding the transfer of personal data are reserved. Transfer of personal data abroad ARTICLE 9- (1) Personal data cannot be transferred abroad without the explicit consent of the person concerned. (2) Personal data, in the second paragraph of Article 5 and the third paragraph of Article 6 the existence of one of the specified conditions and in the foreign country to which the personal data will be transferred; a) The availability of adequate protection, b) In the absence of adequate protection, in Turkey and in the relevant foreign country data controllers must undertake in writing to provide adequate protection and that the permission of the Board must be obtained. to be found, may be transferred abroad without seeking the explicit consent of the person concerned, provided that the (3) Countries with adequate protection are determined and announced by the Board. 12304 (4) The Board determines whether there is sufficient protection in the foreign country and whether the second paragraph (b) whether it will be allowed pursuant to subparagraph; a) International conventions to which Turkey is a party, b) Reciprocity regarding data transfer between the country requesting personal data and Turkey status, c) Regarding each concrete personal data transfer, the nature of the personal data and the purpose of the processing and its duration, ç) The relevant legislation and practice of the country to which the personal data will be transferred, d) Committed by the data controller in the country to which the personal data will be transferred. measures, to evaluate and, if needed, the opinion of the relevant institutions and organizations. takes decision. (5) Personal data, without prejudice to the provisions of international agreements, In cases where the interest of the person concerned will be seriously harmed, only the relevant public institution or by taking the opinion of its institution, with the permission of the Board. (6) Provisions in other laws regarding the transfer of personal data abroad reserved.