Personal data is any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. Processing personal data refers to all kinds of transactions regarding personal data. The personal data processing principles of the Turkish National Agency are as follows.
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1. Data Controller
Turkish National Agency
Ehlibeyt Mah. Mevlana Bulvarı No:181 06520 Çankaya / ANKARA
2. Purpose of collecting, keeping and processing personal data
The nature of your personal data collected by the Turkish National Agency depends on the specific services provided. The personal data are stored limited and used for the purpose which they are processed. The collection of personal data is always based on the principle of minimality and only the data required for the provision of certain services is collected.
The purposes of processing personal data are generally as follows.
3. Recipients of personal data
Personal data provided in the application and appendices is processed by Turkish National Agency’s web applications (Turna etc.) and staff.
In addition, personal data provided carrying out informational events/meetings, trainings and seminars are collected. Before these meetings/events, your explicit consent is obtained at the meeting to take part in videos and photos.
4. Retention of data
Turkish National Agency complies with the legislations in terms of time to store all your personal data. Data received through the applications are kept at least until the project and reporting process is completed. Data are kept for a while after this process in order to follow up the legal disputes, evaluations or disputes.
5. Rights of the registered
A registered person has the right to obtain information about his/her data, to learn the third parties to whom his/her personal data is transferred, to request the correction of his/her incomplete or inaccurate data and to request the deletion or destruction of his/her data in the event that the reasons for the processing no longer exist
A data subject who suspects a violation in the processing of personal data, he/she has the right to file a complaint with the supervisory authority (Personal Data Protection Board), provided that he/she first apply to the Data Controller.