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Knowledge of Privacy and Protection Data
In Accordance Turkish Data Protection Code


  • All information you send to Atlas Law Office's e-mail address regarding your job and internship application is processed within the scope of Article 4 and other articles of KVKK (Personal Data Protection Law) in order to evaluate your applications, within the limits permitted by the relevant law and all legislation.  All information submitted is evaluated in the evaluation of applications, conducting interviews and similar processes, and the applicant information that is evaluated negatively is deleted. 


Processing of Personal Data 

General Principles

ARTICLE 4 – (1) Personal data shall only be processed in compliance with procedures and principles laid down in this Law or other laws.

(2) The following principles shall be complied within the processing of personal data:

a) Lawfulness and fairness 

b) Being accurate and kept up to date where necessary.

c) Being processed for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes.

ç) Being relevant, limited and proportionate to the purposes for which they are processed.

d) Being stored for the period laid down by relevant legislation or the period required for the purpose for which the personal data are processed.


Erasure, destruction or anonymization of personal data

ARTICLE 7 – Despite being processed in compliance with the provisions of this Law and other relevant laws, personal data shall be erased, destructed or anonymized by the data controller, ex officio or on the request of the data subject, in the event that the reasons for the processing no longer exist. 

(2) The Provisions of other laws relating to the erasure, destruction or anonymization of personal data are reserved.

(3) Procedures and principles for the erasure, destruction or anonymization of personal data shall be laid down through by-law.



  • Should you add any information in your application instruments which explained in Data Protection Article 6/1, your application will not be evaluated.

Conditions for processing of Special categories of personal data

Article 6 - (1) Personal data relating to the race, ethnic origin, political opinion, philosophical belief, religion, religious sect or other belief, appearance, membership to associations, foundations or trade-unions, data concerning health, sexual life, criminal convictions and security measures, and the biometric and genetic data are deemed to be special categories of personal data

(2) It is prohibited to process special categories of personal data without explicit consent of the data subject.

(3) Personal data, except for data concerning health and sexual life, listed in the first paragraph may be processed without seeking explicit consent of the data subject, in the cases provided for by laws. Personal data concerning health and sexual life may only be processed, without seeking explicit consent of the data subject, by the persons subject to secrecy obligation or competent public institutions and organizations, for the purposes of protection of public health, operation of preventive medicine, medical diagnosis, treatment and nursing services, planning and management of health-care services as well as their financing.

(4) Adequate measures determined by the Board shall be also taken while processing the special categories of personal data.



  • Your Rights

       Rights of The Data Subject

ARTICLE 11 – (1) Each person has the right to request to the datacontroller about him/her; 

a) to learn whether his/her personal data are processed or not,

b) to demand for information as to if his/her personal data have been processed,

c) to learn the purpose of the processing of his/her personal data and whether these personal

data are used in compliance with the purpose,

ç) to know the third parties to whom his personal data are transferred in country or abroad,

d) to request the rectification of the incomplete or inaccurate data, if any,

e) to request the erasure or destruction of his/her personal data under the conditions referred to in Article 7,

f) to request reporting of the operations carried out pursuant to sub-paragraphs (d) and (e) to third parties to whom his/her personal data have been transferred,

g) to object to the occurrence of a result against the person himself/herself by analyzing the data processed solely through automated systems,

ğ) to claim compensation for the damage arising from the unlawful processing of his/her personal data.


You can contact us via to request related with Data Protection Law and other regulation.  (Atlas Law Office - Fatih Mahallesi Mareşal Fevzi Çakmak Bulvarı No: 159 İpek Apartmanı Kat:3, D:aire:5, 27060 Şehitkamil/Gaziantep)

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