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www.atakale.com / A Privacy Policy is a statement or a legal document that states how a company or website collects, handles and processes data of its customers and visitors. It explicitly describes whether that information is kept confidential, or is shared with or sold to third parties. Privacy Policy agreement clearly describes the information Pinterest collects from its users as well as from any other source that users enable Pinterest to gather information from. The information that the user voluntarily gives includes names, photos, pins, likes, email address, and/or phone number etc., all of which is regarded as personal information

Content of Privacy Policy on Protection of Personal Data

The Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy contain and explains the following topics;
  • a-Cookie Usage and Management
  • b-Methods and legal reasons for obtaining personal data
  • c-Privacy data of whom and which groups of entities are processed
  • d-Privacy data types and sample data
  • e-Why is your Personal Data used by Atakale
  • f-The Personal Data Protection Experts and the Assistant
  • g-Transfer of privacy personal data
  • h-How long privacy personal data store
  • i-Categorizing personal data and sending e-mails
  • j-Your Personel Data protection right under EU Charter
  • k-Confirmation of e-mail sending from Atakale and your preference
  • l-Sharing Personal Data with Third Parties & Courts, govermantal departments
  • a-Cookie Usage and Management

    The difference between a privacy policy and a cookie policy is that a privacy policy includes all the different ways your website and/or business might be collecting, processing, and storing data from users – both offline and online, whereas a cookie policy is specifically about the tracking technologies embedded on your website that process personal data from end-users.
    That’s why websites often include a cookie policy in their privacy policy, as a subsection detailing one of the ways in which the business is processing data.
    However, another major difference between the privacy policy and the cookie policy is the fact that your cookie policy needs to be regularly updated because cookies on your website are dynamic and often change upon repeated visits.
    If you’ve visited a new website on your phone or computer over the past 18 months or so, you’ve probably seen it: a notification informing you that the page is using cookies to track you and asking you to agree to let it happen. The site invites you to read its “cookie policy,” (which, let’s be honest, you’re not going to do), and it may tell you the tracking is to “enhance” your experience — even though it feels like it’s doing the opposite. Cookies are small files that websites send to your device that the sites then use to monitor you and remember certain information about you — like what’s in your shopping cart on an e-commerce site, or your login information. These pop-up cookie notices all over the internet are well-meaning and supposed to promote transparency about your online privacy.

    b-Methods and legal reasons for obtaining personal data

    If the controller has a legal duty for which particular personal data need to be processed, then than processing is permitted. This compliance with a legal obligation for which processing is needed and to which the controller is subject isn’t new either. However, here as well particular rules apply. What has changed in comparison with the predecessor of the General Data Protection Regulation is that Recital 45 states that “where processing is carried out in accordance with a legal obligation to which the controller is subject or where processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority, the processing should have a basis in Union or Member State law”. The limitation to EU law or EU member state laws does come with consequences. In the presence of one of the following conditions, it is possible to process personal data without seeking the explicit consent of the data subject:
  • a) Explicitly stipulated in laws.
  • b) The life of the person himself or another person who is unable to express his consent due to actual impossibility or whose consent is not given legal validity, or It is mandatory for the protection of bodily integrity.
  • c) It is necessary to process the personal data of the parties to the contract, provided that it is directly related to the establishment or performance of a contract.
  • ç) It is mandatory for the data controller to fulfill its legal obligations.
  • 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) Data processing is mandatory for the legitimate interests of the data controller, provided that it does not harm the fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject.
  • Personal data cannot be processed without the explicit consent of the person concerned.
  • it is necessary to process the personal data of the parties to the contract, provided that it is directly related to the establishment or performance of a contract. The fact that the person concerned has been made public by himself Data processing is mandatory for the legitimate interests of the data controller, provided that it does not harm the fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject
    Based on legal reasons that data processing is mandatory for the establishment, use or protection of a right, it collects in audio, electronic or written form through websites, mobile applications of websites, social media accounts, cookies, call center, notifications from administrative and judicial authorities and other communication channels.

    c-Privacy data of whom and which groups of entities are processed

  • ---a) Member Customer--- Atakale records the information entered by all customers who shop at www.atakale.com. It also records the comments, requests, complaints and suggestions you leave on our site. All the information you have registered in our database while registering as a member of our site remains undeleted on our server.
    Your name, identity information, T.C. Your number, e-mail, company information, address, date of birth of your phone, after registration, the information remains recorded and not deleted unless there is a legal and data owner's request. Your credit card information is never recorded and stored on our server. It is only sent to the bank with 3D security and payment approval is received. Even if your orders are cancelled, all information remains saved on our server. Summary information of our customers, commenters, company information, public institutions, references, sample orders are recorded here. However, in accordance with the personal data processing conditions specified in Articles 5 and 6 of the KVK Law and in line with the legal reasons specified in this Privacy/Personal Data Protection Policy, personal data of other individual groups (consultant, educator, blogger) can be processed.
  • -Identity Information: Name, surname, date of birth, gender, T.R. ID number
  • -Location Information: City of residence, district (delivery address of shopping made via atakale.com/atakale.com.tr)
  • -Contact Information: mobile phone, e-mail address, address, postal code, landline phone
  • -Financial Information: Tax office, invoice information
  • -Customer/Member Information: Membership information, membership ID number
  • -Customer/Member Transaction Information: Purchased product/s, shopping amount, shopping date, call center call records, commercial communication permission, used campaigns/competitions, coupons used, information about the order
  • -Risk Management Information: IP address
  • -Transaction Security Information: Password, password information
  • -Marketing Information: Reviews showing cookie records, targeting information, habits and likes
  • -Audio Data: Call center call recordings
  • -Legal Transaction and Compliance Information: The start and end time of the service provided, the type of service used, the amount of data transferred, the commercial electronic message permission given by the Relevant Person in the electronic environment, the membership agreement approved, the corporate membership agreement, the services offered by Atakale. other legal texts and contracts that provide benefit
  • -Direct Marketing Information: Marketing sms, e-mail messages or calls made by the call center based on the commercial electronic message permission given by the relevant person
  • Request/Complaint Management/Reputation Management Information: Records of the complaints and/or requests submitted by the person concerned via the website, mobile application, social media accounts or call center regarding the product or service purchased, and the transactions performed during the evaluation or management of these requests.
  • b) Guest Customer (users who shop on the site without being a member)
  • -Identity Information: Name, surname, date of birth, T.R. ID number
  • -Location Information: City of residence, district (delivery address of shopping made through atakale.com)
  • -Contact Information: mobile phone, e-mail address, address, postal code, landline phone
  • -Financial Information: Tax office, invoice information
  • -Guest Customer Transaction Information: Purchased product/s, shopping amount, shopping date, call center call records, commercial communication permission, used campaigns, order information
  • -Risk Management Information: IP address
  • -Transaction Security Information: Password, password information
  • -Marketing Information: Reviews showing cookie records, targeting information, habits and likes
  • -Audio Data: Call center call recordings
  • -Legal Transaction and Compliance Information: The start and end time of the service provided, the type of service used, the amount of data transferred, the consent of the Relevant Person for commercial electronic messages in the electronic environment, other legal texts and contracts that enable to benefit from the services offered by Atakale
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  • -Direct Marketing Information: Marketing sms, e-mail messages or calls made by the call center based on the commercial electronic message permission given by the relevant person
  • -Demand/Complaint Management/Reputation Management Information: Complaints and/or requests submitted by the relevant person via the website, mobile application, social media accounts or call center regarding the product or service purchased, and the actions taken during the evaluation or management of these requests. related records
  • ---c Online Visitor
  • -Transaction Security Information: Password, mobile phone, password information
  • -Legal Transaction Information/Risk Management Information
  • e-Why your Personal Data used by Atakale

    Privacy International ("PI") strongly believes that you have the right to control the use of your personal information, and that your privacy must be respected. We strictly limit the collection and processing of your personal data, and to the best of our abilities we will work only with other organisations who do the same. We will not use personal data that you provide to us in a manner inconsistent with the purposes for which you provided it to us, as set out below.
    We do not sell, rent or lease personal data. We will vigorously challenge any attempts by government agencies or private sector organisations to gain access to any information that you give us. This Privacy Policy (the "Policy") outlines in detail our organisational and website data collection and processing practices in various sections
  • ---- a) Member Customer Personal Data---
  • -Performing membership procedures,
  • - “atakale.com.tr” and “atakale.com” e-commerce platforms (“platform”) operated by Atakale; Improving the services offered on the website, developing new services and informing about it,
  • -For the purpose of performing the Membership Agreement established with the Member Customer, for the Member Customers with commercial electronic message approval; Analyzing the preferences, tastes and needs of the Member Customer and providing special promotions, opportunities and benefits to the Member Customer,
  • -Resolving Member Customer problems and complaints,
  • -Improving the Member Customer experience on both the platform and the mobile application,
  • -Following the accounting and purchasing transactions,
  • -Legal processes and compliance with the legislation,
  • - Responding to information requests from administrative and judicial authorities,
  • -Providing information and transaction security and preventing malicious use,
  • -Making necessary arrangements to ensure that the processed data is up-to-date and correct
  • --- b) Guest Customer (users who shop on the site without being a member) Personal Data
  • -Shopping on the platforms as a "guest",
  • -Improving the services offered on the platforms, developing new services and informing about it,
  • -For Guest Customers with commercial electronic message approval; Analyzing their preferences, tastes and needs and providing special promotions, opportunities and benefits to the Guest Customer,
  • -Resolving Guest Customer problems and complaints,
  • -Improving the Guest Customer experience on both the platform and the mobile application,
  • -Following the accounting and purchasing transactions,
  • -Legal processes and compliance with the legislation,
  • - Responding to information requests from administrative and judicial authorities,
  • -Providing information and transaction security and preventing malicious use,
  • -Making necessary arrangements in order to ensure that the processed data is up-to-date and correct,
  • -Fulfillment of legal obligations
  • ----Online Visitor Personal Data----
  • - Processing of online visitor data within the scope of Law No. 5651,
  • -Legal processes and compliance with the legislation,
  • - Responding to information requests from administrative and judicial authorities,
  • -Providing information and transaction security and preventing malicious use,
  • -Fulfillment of legal obligations
  • ----Personal Data of the Person to whom the Purchased Product will be Delivered
  • -Execution of product delivery processes,
  • -Following the accounting and purchasing transactions,
  • -Legal processes and compliance with the legislation,
  • - Responding to information requests from administrative and judicial authorities,
  • -Providing information and transaction security and preventing malicious use,
  • -Making necessary arrangements in order to ensure that the processed data is up-to-date and correct,
  • -Fulfillment of legal obligations
  • ------Seller/Supplier/Vendor Official Personal Data
  • -Execution of contract processes,
  • -Following the accounting and purchasing transactions,
  • -Legal processes and compliance with the legislation,
  • - Responding to information requests from administrative and judicial authorities,
  • -Providing information and transaction security and preventing malicious use,
  • -Making necessary arrangements in order to ensure that the processed data is up-to-date and correct,
  • - Fulfillment of legal obligations
  • f-The Personal Data Protection Experts and the Assistant


    We provide legal advice and assistance concerning the processing of personal data under Belgian and EU law including:
  • Strategic legal advice on the possibilities and opportunities to leverage on data and your digital assets, as well as to build and implement data-centric business models in compliance with applicable data regulation;
  • Detailed and practical legal advice regarding your legal obligations as a data controller, data processor or other role within the data processing value chain;
  • Data protection priority scans or GDPR Readiness Assessments to analyse your as-is situation by mapping key data flows, identify key data protection issues and risks and propose practical solutions;
  • The design & implementation of an adequate data protection organisation from strategy to execution, based on a global data protection & privacy programme, with roadmap, taking into account your business-specific requirements and ways of working;
  • Determining the best approach for your organisation to transfer personal data abroad and assisting you with the applicable procedures and formalities;
  • Reviewing or drafting your vendor and other business contracts from a privacy and data protection perspective to ensure they include the appropriate data processing clauses;
  • Advice on privacy and data protection challenges in an HR context including cybersurveillance on the workfloor;
  • Support with security cameras’ and video surveillance (notification) requirements;
  • Assistance with the preparation of and/or presence/representation at meetings with your business relations as well as with (data protection) authorities in the context of consultations, investigations or other enforcement actions; Dispute resolution or litigation support;
  • Project management and/or stakeholder engagement and information support (board workshops; training & awareness, …);
  • Providing flexible and to-the-point support to the data protection team eg. by performing data protection impact assessments (DPIA), prepare data processing records, drafting data protection contracts, policies or procedures;
  • Providing support to the Data Protection Officer (DPO) in reviewing compliance, handling data subject (access) requests or enforcement actions, providing advice on highly technical issues, ...;
  • The set-up/roll-out incident response procedures for data breach notification requirements taking the client’s organisation’s and the concerned individuals best interest at heart, as well as guiding the client through an incident, should it occur.
  • Atakale undertakes to take all necessary technical and administrative measures and to show due diligence to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and security of your personal data. Atakale takes the necessary measures to prevent unauthorized access, misuse, unlawful processing, disclosure, alteration or destruction of personal data. Atakale uses generally accepted security technology standards such as firewalls and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption when processing personal data. In addition, when sending your personal data to Atakale via the website, mobile application and mobile site, this data is transferred using SSL.
    Regarding the prevention of unlawful access to the personal data that Atakale processes, the prevention of unlawful processing of this data and the protection of personal data:
  • -All areas on the website or mobile application where personal data is taken are protected with SSL,
  • -Creates and implements access authorization and control matrices for its employees so that personal data collected from the website or mobile application is not processed unlawfully,
  • -In order to ensure that personal data is not accessed unlawfully; makes periodic penetration tests, tests the system's resistance to unauthorized access,
  • -For all secondary data processing other than the primary processing purpose, it uses the Pseudonymization method. In order to ensure that pseudonymous data makes it impossible to identify the person concerned, it uses encryption methods in the systems containing this data and applies a stricter access authorization and control policy to this data,
  • - It ensures that personal data on paper is kept in locked cabinets and can only be accessed by authorized persons.
  • -Personal data processed through cookies belonging to third parties from whom the service is received, are deleted from the systems of third parties if the membership is terminated.
  • Although Atakale has taken the necessary information security measures, in the event that personal data is damaged or in the hands of unauthorized third parties as a result of attacks on the platforms operated by Atakale or the Atakale system, Atakale immediately notifies you and the Personal Data Protection Board and takes the necessary measures.

    g-Transfer of privacy personal data

    As required under Article 9 of the Law, a cross-border transfer may take place in one of the following cases that; The data subject has given his explicit consent, The country is approved by Board as “Adequate Country”
    and existence of the circumstances provided for in second paragraph of Article 5 and third paragraph of Article 6 of the Law, If the country is not approved by Board as “Adequate Country”, then data controllers in Turkey and abroad commit in writing to provide an adequate level of protection and the Board has authorized this transfer where existence of the circumstances referred to in second paragraph of Article 5 and third paragraph of Article 6 of the Law), The Law has the same conditions/requirements for processing personal data and transferring personal data abroad
    Atakale transfers personal data to third parties only for the purposes specified in this Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy and in accordance with Articles 8 and 9 of the KVK Law. Member Customer/Guest Customer data processed in this context and the person to whom the purchased product will be delivered are shared with the seller and the cargo company, and these data can also be accessed by the call center when necessary. The information of the person on whose behalf an invoice will be issued is shared with the cargo company for the purpose of sending the invoice to the relevant person.
    Mobile phone number and/or e-mail address of the Member Customer/Guest Customer; Based on the commercial electronic message approval, it is shared with the commercial electronic message tool service provider in order to promote, advertise, offer benefits and opportunities in line with shopping preferences, tastes and habits. Website or mobile application usage preferences and browsing history are shared with our domestic/abroad business partners from whom cookie service is obtained, for the purpose of segmentation and communication with the Member Customer/Guest Customer in line with their tastes and preferences. Personal data transfers within this scope are carried out through the secure environment and channels provided by the relevant third party. Depending on the content and scope of the service received from third parties; In all cases where there is no need to transfer the personal data of the Member Customer/Guest Customer, the transfer is made using Pseudonymous data.
    Member Customer/Guest Customer data are shared with companies that will conduct market research in order to increase customer satisfaction and loyalty. Within the scope of reporting and statistical studies, the data of the Member Customer/Guest Customer are shared with other websites that are partners of Atakale. www.testspreyi.com atakale.com.tr inverter.com.tr
    In addition, your personal data will be shared with our business partners abroad for the purposes of providing business development services, providing statistical and technical services and conducting customer relations. If the Member Customer/Guest Customer/Online Visitor reaches Atakale via the corporate Whatsapp line, they will have sent their personal data abroad, since the Whatsapp platform is a service offered from abroad. If the Member Customer/Guest Customer/Online Visitor does not want to send their personal data abroad by using Whatsapp, they will be able to use other communication opportunities offered by Atakale. In addition to the technical measures to ensure their security, the personal data subject to domestic and international transfers we mentioned above; Considering that the other party of the legal relationship is a data controller or a data processor, it is also legally protected thanks to the provisions in line with the KVK Law included in our contracts. While transferring personal information to countries other than Turkey during the sharing of information as stated above, it is ensured that the data is transferred in accordance with this policy and as permitted by the applicable law regarding data protection.

    h-How long privacy personal data store

    Atakale We will only keep your personal information for as long as it is necessary for the purposes set out in this privacy policy, unless a longer retention period is required or permitted by law (such as tax, accounting or other legal requirements). No purpose in this policy will require us keeping your personal information for longer than 5 years in which you have an account with us.
    When we have no ongoing legitimate business need to process your personal information, we will either delete or anonymize it, or, if this is not possible (for example, because your personal information has been stored in backup archives), then we will securely store your personal information and isolate it from any further processing until deletion is possible.
    Phone voice record3 yearsLaw No. 6563
    Customer order information10 yearsLaw No. 6563
    Accountance Finance10 yearsLaw No. 6563  , 213 
    Cookies540 Days
    Commerical e-mails1 yearsLaw No. 6563  
    online visit datas2  yearsLaw No. 5661 
    human resource1  yearsl
    Member Customer/Guest data10 years
    Law No. 6563
    Vendor Supplier Data10 years
    Law No. 6563  ,6098,6502  
    Tedarikçi kişisel Veriler10 yearsLaw No. 6102,6098,213  
    i-Categorizing personal data and sending e-mails
    By using the personal data processed by Atakale Member Customer/Guest Customer;
    ---a. Regarding the Member Customer/Guest Customer who has given consent to receive commercial electronic messages, it carries out profiling and segmentation in order to prepare more suitable content for the Member Customer/Guest Customer's tastes and preferences, and to make advertisements, promotions and discounts.
    --b. In terms of Member Customer/Guest Customer who have not given commercial electronic message approval, profiling and segmentation is carried out;
    Activities such as product improvement (determining the most sold or unsold product categories), modeling by analyzing shopping preferences, organizing campaigns for customer groups with the potential to buy a certain product and uploading it to the system, and taking actions to increase sales potential are carried out. Within the scope of profiling and segmentation studies, the personal data of the Member Customer/Guest Customer, especially name and surname, mobile phone, e-mail or address information, are not used directly, instead, transactions are made with the Member Customer/Guest Customer IDs assigned to them. The personal data of the Customer/Member is protected by the use of the Member Customer/Guest Customer ID or in other words pseudonymous data. Member Customer/Guest Customer IDs are accessible only to relevant persons or departments within Doğuş Planet. These IDs assigned to the Member Customer/Guest Customer are kept encrypted by Doğuş Planet in the system and access to this section is only given to limited persons. Your Personnel Data protection right un

    j-Your Personel Data protection right under EU Charter

    The rights of the Related Person on the personal data processed by Atakale in accordance with article 11 of the KVK Law are listed below: You have certain rights under applicable data protection laws. These may include the right (i) to request access and obtain a copy of your personal information,(ii) to request rectification or erasure;(iii) to restrict the processing of your personal information; and (iv) if applicable, to data portability. In certain circumstances, you may also have the right to object to the processing of your personal information. To make such a request, please contact us at: atakale@atakale.com We will consider and act upon any request in accordance with applicable data protection laws. If we are relying on your consent to process your personal information, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. Please note however that this will not affect the lawfulness of the processing before its withdrawal.
    If you are resident in the European Economic Area and you believe we are unlawfully processing your personal information, you also have the right to complain to your local data protection supervisory authority. You can find their contact details here: http://ec.europa.eu/justice/data-protection/bodies/authorities/index_en.htm. Cookies and similar technologies Most Web browsers are set to accept cookies by default. If you prefer, you can usually choose to set your browser to remove cookies and to reject cookies. If you choose to remove cookies or reject cookies, this could affect certain features or services of our Sites. For further information, please see our Cookie Policy.Opting out of email marketing You can unsubscribe from our marketing email list at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link in the emails that we send or by contacting us using the details provided below. You will then be removed from the marketing email list – however, we will still need to send you service-related emails that are necessary for the administration and use of your account. You can also opt-out by:
    • Noting your preferences at the time you register your account with the Sites.
    • Logging into your account settings and updating your preferences

    k-Confirmation of e-mail sending from Atakale and your preference

    You can change or update your positive or negative preferences for receiving commercial electronic messages when you sign up for the website or mobile application of the electronic commerce platforms operated by Atakale or at a later time by accessing the "My Account" section.
    Termination of membership does not mean withdrawing your consent to receive commercial electronic messages. For this reason, also make sure that you complete all the procedures to withdraw your consent. In terms of cookie management, you can follow the steps specified in our Cookie Policy.
    While you might think of a newsletter as you providing information to the reader, by definition you need to collect and store the reader's email address so that you can send the newsletter. An email address counts as personal data under most relevant privacy laws and regulations and is therefore enough to trigger requirements for Privacy Policies. Beyond the purely legal requirement, having a Privacy Policy may increase your audience. A potential subscriber will be reassured by you having a Privacy Policy and will be more likely to trust you not to misuse their email address. In turn, they'll be more confident about signing up.

    l-Sharing your Personal Data with Third Parties and Govermantal department

    All our third-party service providers are required to take appropriate security measures to protect your data in line with our policies. We do not allow them to use your data for their own purposes. We permit them to process your data only for specified purposes and in accordance with our instructions.
    We may also share your personal data with third parties if we are under a duty to disclose or share your personal data in order to comply with any legal obligation, or to protect the rights, property or safety of our site, our users, and others.
    Where your data is shared with third parties, we will seek to share the minimum amount necessary.here may be occasions when we transfer your data outside the European Economic Area (EEA). Such transfers will only take place if one of the following applies: the country receiving the data is considered by the EU to provide an adequate level of data protection;
    -the organisation receiving the data is covered by an arrangement recognised by the EU as providing an adequate standard of data protection e.g. transfers to companies that are certified under the EU US Privacy Shield; -the transfer is governed by approved contractual clauses;
    -the transfer has your consent;
    -the transfer is necessary for the performance of a contract with you or to take steps requested by you prior to entering into that contract; or
    -the transfer is necessary for the performance of a contract with another person, which is in your interests

    2--Terms of Deletion and Anonymization of Data

    The right to get your data deleted is also known as the ‘right to erasure’. You can ask an organisation that holds data about you to delete that data. In some circumstances, they must then do so. You may sometimes hear this called the ‘right to be forgotten
    One of the more challenging aspects of the new regulation is that of deleting data, whether at the expiry of an agreement or contract, or as part of a ‘right to erasure’ request, previously known as ‘the right to be forgotten’. Of course, as voice call recordings are considered to be data processing, they also fall under this remit. Under GDPR, data controllers and processors are obliged to return or delete all personal data after the end of services, or on expiry of a contract or agreement, unless it’s necessary to retain the data by law.The bill also includes the right to be forgotten – also known as ‘right to erasure’ – whereby individuals can demand that their data is deleted if it's no longer necessary for the purpose it was collected, or there is no ‘compelling’ reason for its continued processing.
  • Atakale keeps the personal data it processes through its website, mobile application or mobile site for the periods stipulated by the relevant laws and/or for the periods required by the purpose of processing, pursuant to articles 7, 17 of the KVK Law and article 138 of the Turkish Penal Code. In the event that these periods expire, it will delete, destroy or anonymize Personal Data in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation on the Deletion, Destruction or Anonymization of Personal Data.
  • Deletion of personal data by Atakale means the process of making personal data inaccessible and unusable for the relevant users in any way. Atakale creates and implements a user-level access authorization and control matrix for this. It takes the necessary measures to perform the deletion in the database.
  • Destruction of personal data by Atakale refers to the process of making personal data inaccessible, unrecoverable and unusable by anyone in any way.
  • Anonymization of personal data by Atakale means that personal data cannot be associated with an identified or identifiable natural person under any circumstances, even if it is matched with other data.
  • Atakale explains in detail the methods of deletion, destruction and anonymization and the technical and administrative measures it has taken within the scope of the Personal Data Storage and Disposal Policy prepared in accordance with the Regulation on the Deletion, Destruction or Anonymization of Personal Data. In this Policy, the period of time for periodic destruction stipulated by the Regulation is determined as 6 months.

  • 3-Changes regarding the protection of your personal data

    Atakale can always make changes in this Privacy/Personal Data Protection Policy. These changes will become effective immediately upon the publication of the amended new Privacy/Personal Data Protection Policy. Necessary information will be provided to you, our members, in order to be aware of the changes in this Privacy/Personal Data Protection Policy.