PRIVACY AND PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
As fmscouting, we show great sensitivity to your personal data. Therefore, we would like to inform you about your rights regarding the use and protection of your personal data within the scope of the Personal Data Protection Law No.6698 (“KVKK”) in order to protect your fundamental rights and freedoms.
// What is Personal Data?
Personal data is defined in the KVKK as all kinds of information regarding an identified or identifiable natural person. Accordingly, your name, surname, e-mail address and telephone number that you share with us are called personal data.
// What is the purpose of collecting your personal data by us?
Due to your service relationship with fmscouting, we collect and process your personal information in order to fulfill our legal obligations and to keep you informed of the developments on our page.
// For what purpose and to whom do we transfer your personal data?
Your personal data can be shared with our direct / indirect affiliates with fmscouting, the institutions and organizations that represent us together during the continuation of the business relationship and / or our business partners, which we cooperate with to carry out our activities, and domestic / foreign individuals and institutions that we receive services for storing data in the cloud environment. In addition, personal data are shared with courts and other public institutions due to and limited to our legal obligations.
// How do we store your personal data?
Your personal data shared with fmscouting is stored in accordance with the relevant legal regulations, KVKK provisions and fmscouting standards.
// How long do we keep your personal data?
As fmscouting , we store your personal data in accordance with KVKK. KVKK art. Your personal data will be deleted, destroyed or anonymized by us when the purpose of processing in accordance with 7 / f.1. Is eliminated and / or when the limitation periods required by the legislation to process your data expire.
// What are your rights arising from the Personal Data Protection Law?
In accordance with the legislation regarding your processed personal data; To learn whether personal data is processed, to request information if personal data has been processed, to learn the purpose of processing personal data and whether they are used for their purpose, to know the third parties to whom personal data are transferred at home or abroad, to request correction of personal data in case of incomplete or incorrect processing , to request the deletion or destruction of personal data, to request the correction of personal data in case of incomplete or incorrect processing and / or to notify third parties to whom the personal data is transferred, to request that the personal data be deleted or destroyed, against the person himself by analyzing the processed data exclusively through automated systems. You have the right to object to the occurrence of a result, to demand the compensation of the damage in case of damage due to the unlawful processing of your personal data.
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