The ‘Right to be Forgotten’
A comparison between GDPR vs. Turkish Data Protection Law
Turkey Establishes Digital Media Commission
What impact may the newly established Digital Media Commision have on the Internet and regulatory ecosystem in Turkey
Turkey Introduces New “Social Media Law”
On 31 July 2020 the Law on the Regulation of Publications on the Internet and Suppression of Crimes Committed by Means of Such Publications was amended with new provisions relating explicitly to social network providers. This article provides an in depth review of the changes introduced with the amendments.
Amazon Turkey & Binding Corporate Rules
Evaluation of the Turkish Data Protection Authority’s approach to Cross-Border Data Transfer
The Complications of Cross-Border Data Transfer in Turkey
Evaluation of the Turkish Data Protection Authority’s Ruling on the Effects of Convention 108
ICTA Published the Principles Regarding Social Network Providers
Following the amendment of 31 July 2020 to the Law on the Regulation of Publications on the Internet and Suppression of Crimes Committed by the Means of Such Publications, the ICTA has now published principles and procedures to act as further guidelines to implementation.
The Turkish Competition Authority Issues Guidance for On-Site Digital Data Inspections
Turkish Constitutional Court Upholds the Requirement of Prior Notification as a Prerequisite to the Review of Employee Emails
Same Reminders, No New Solutions: Turkish Data Protection Authority Publishes Announcement on Cross-Border Data Transfer
An evaluation of the Turkish Data Protection Authority’s announcement of 26 October 2020 regarding cross-border data transfer, with an attempt to understand how this may relate any future approaches to implementation.
Turkish Court Issues Ruling on Digital Inheritance
Privacy & Data Protection Series: E 01 What Companies Need To Know about Cross Border Data Transfers In Turkey | Cetinkaya On Air Podcasts
In this episode, Cetinkaya Partner Bentley Yaffe discusses Cross Border Data Transfers highlighting current international and Turkish considerations with Head of Communications, Kevin Byrne.