Protection of Information
We are committed to protecting your personal information, as well as your visit to our Home page. Your information will be protected by legal instructions, in particular as provided for in the New Personal Data Protection Act.
Below, you will find explanations of what information was kept and how it was used during your visit to our Home page.
Law No. 6698 on Protection of Personal Data (TBMM Admission Date: 24/03/2016)
1. Saved information
It is inevitable that the kind of information that your browser sends to us is automatically recorded in the service provider statistics. These are the browser type and browser version, the operating system used, the reference URL (previous page visited), the Host name (IP address) of the computer, and the time the server is querying. The records are for internal systems only and for statistical purposes. Other personal information will only be retained if you voluntarily submit these records within the framework of your request and registration.
The above information will not, in principle, be classified for specific individuals,
the information will not be combined with other sources of information.
2. Usage and transfer of personal information
As long as you use your personal information, we will only use them for your questions, for the preparation of contracts with us, and for technical management purposes. Your personal information will only be transferred or shared to third parties if they are necessary for the preparation of the contract, if it is necessary for payment purposes, or if you are indentured. You always have the right to withdraw your approval for the future. The deletion of your recorded personal information will take place if you have withdrawn your consent to registration and if the requirement for fulfillment of the record related purpose has been lifted or your registration has been forbidden for other legal reasons.
3. Right of getting information
We gladly inform you about your personal information that has been registered by us; If you have any questions about the use of your information, it is sufficient to send an e-mail.