EXPLANATORY TEXT FOR 6698 PDPL
Your privacy is respected by Leicester Health and your data security is given its due attention. In this context, in order to inform and enlighten you regarding the Personal Data Protection Law No. 6698 (the “Law”) and including related legislation, are prepared herein.
Articles; 8th, 9th, 1st, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th of The Personal Data Protection Law No. 6698, came into effect at October 7 2016.
With this law, it is aimed to protect the basic rights and freedoms of persons in personal data processing, especially the right to private life, and to regulate the obligations, and the procedures and principles to be followed by the natural and legal persons who process personal data. Therefore, it is disclosed, presented and informed for the fulfillment of nature lighting requirements of the law with this text and the “Personal Data Protection and Personal Data Sharing Authorization” to all people associated with Leicester Health,suppliers, customers, suppliers’ employees, customers’ employees, Leicester Health workers and whomever, whose personal data was registered at Leicester Health.
Leicester Health, accepts, declares and undertakes that it will not make it available, will not transfer, sell, rent or transfer your name, e-mail address, work and home address, telephone number and other personal data provided through the forms on the website of Leicester Health, together with all personal data provided to us, to third parties except for legal purposes.
Processing your Personal Data
It means all kinds of processes performed on personal data including obtaining, recording, storing, keeping, changing, re-arranging, disclosing, transmitting, acquiring, making available, classifying or preventing the use in whole or in part, automatically or in non-automatic ways, being part of any data recording system.
Data Controller and Representative
In accordance with the law, your personal data can be processed within the scope described in this text by Leicester Health, as the data controller.
Leicester Health, by setting goals and means of processing personal data stored in the database, is responsible for the establishment and management of the data recording system.
Why We Process Your Data
In accordance with Articles 5 and 6 of the Law, your personal data is carried out within the company to ensure, including but not limited to, that the products and services offered by our company can be offered to you, our Customers and Suppliers, products and carrying out the necessary work with the relevant business unit and business partners in order to offer our services, ensuring the rights of real persons by providing human resources management by our Company, taking the necessary steps to make, implement and realize commercial decisions by our Company and ensuring safety with the fulfilment of legal obligations.
Your Personal Data may be processed by Leicester Health as the Data Controller, without your explicit consent, in the following cases:
In the event that the person who cannot explain his/her consent due to the actual impossibility, or is not legally valid at his/her discretion, or is obliged to protect the life or physical integrity of the person himself/herself or someone else.
In the event that it is required to process personal data of the parties of the agreement, provided that the processing is directly related to the conclusion or fulfilment of that agreement,
Where it is mandatory so that a legal obligation can be fulfilled,
In the event that personal data is made public by the person concerned,
If data processing is required for the establishment, exercise or protection of a right,
Provided that it does not harm the fundamental rights and freedoms of the relevant person, the fact that data processing is mandatory for the legitimate interests of the data controller can be used for the purposes stated below, based on any of its conditions.
Your personal data may be processed for the following purposes:
Communicating with you and others as part of the job,
To send you important information about changes in our terms of service, changes to our services and other administrative information,
To provide quality, training and security improvements (for example, related to recorded or monitored phone calls to our contact numbers),
Solving complaints and processing data access or correction requests,
Comply with applicable laws and regulatory obligations (including those outside your country of residence), comply with the legal process, and respond to requests from officials and government authorities (including those outside your country of residence), including anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism laws,
To manage our infrastructure and business activities and to comply with domestic policies and procedures, including those linked to audit, finance and accounting, billing and collections, computing systems, data and website hosting, business continuity and records, document and print management,
To determine and defend legal rights; protect our activities or the activities, rights, privacy, security or property of our business partners and/or such assets of you or others, and to apply usable remedies or limit our losses,
Conducting market research and analysis, including satisfaction surveys,
Method and Legal Reason of Collecting Personal Data
Your personal data are collected by our Company in different channels and based on different legal reasons in order to carry out our commercial activities. For this legal reason, your personal data collected may also be processed and transferred for the purposes specified within the scope of the personal data processing conditions and purposes specified in articles 5 and 6 of the PDP Law.
Rights of Personal Data Owner listed in article 11 of PDP Law:
As Personal Data Owners, if you submit your requests regarding your rights to our Company using the methods set out below in this Clarification Text, our Company will finalize the request as soon as possible and free of charge within thirty days at the latest, depending on the nature of the request. However, if a fee is stipulated by the Personal Data Protection Board, the fee at the determined tariff may be charged.
In this scope, data subjects have the rights;
To learn whether personal data has been processed or not,
To request information if your personal data has been processed,
To learn the purpose of processing personal data and whether they are used in accordance with their purpose;
To learn about third persons to whom the personal data is transferred within and out of the country
If the personal data is processed incompletely or incorrectly, request correction thereof and, in this extent, request notification of the same to the third persons to whom the personal data have been transferred,
Where-although these were processed in accordance with the provisions of PDP Law and other related laws- the reasons for processing the personal data have disappeared, to request the deletion or destruction of their personal data and to request the provision of the information on the transaction performed under this context to third parties to whom such personal data are transferred,
To object to any adverse consequences arising as a result of processed data being analyzed solely by automatic systems,
To request compensation for the damages in case s/he incurs damages due to unlawful processing of personal data.