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Electronic Service Now Required For Certain Parties In Turkey
From 1 January 2019, it becomes mandatory in Turkey to make notifications to certain parties via the National Electronic Services System ("UETS"), which will be established by the Turkish Post ("PTT").
Turkey
7 Jan 2019
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Turkish Advertising Law: Key Do's And Don'ts
Among these decisions, the Board imposed administrative fines totalling 1.2 million Turkish Liras. 63 cases (21%) resulted in detention, while 21 cases (7%) resulted in the Board issuing...
Turkey
17 Jan 2018
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Limitations On Doctors' Advertising In Turkey: An Inconsistent Framework, Ripe For Reform
The Turkish legislative regime for doctors' advertising involves contradictions between provisions in primary and secondary legislation.
Turkey
24 Oct 2017
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Turkish Constitutional Court: Monitoring Employee E-mail Accounts Does Not Breach Privacy Rights
The Turkish Constitutional Court has recently published a decision where it held that an employer monitoring an employee's institutional email account and using correspondence in court did not violate the employee's constitutional rights.
Turkey
9 Jun 2016
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Turkey Tightens Regulator Oversight And Powers To Terminate Licenses For Games Of Chance
Turkey has amended regulations regarding games of chance, as well as related license agreements. Changes apply to exclusivity of licenses and restrictions on license assignments, as well as clarification on use of subcontractors.
Turkey
21 Apr 2016
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Turkish Constitutional Court Strikes Out Legislative Ban On Table Football Based On Changed Social Conditions
A recent decision by the Constitutional Court lifts a legislative ban on table football in Turkey.
Turkey
12 Apr 2016
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European Court Of Human Rights Rules Turkey's YouTube Ban Violated Rights To Receive And Impart Information
The ECHR ruled that Turkey's ban on YouTube between 2008 and 2010 violated the right to receive and impart information and ideas, granted by Article 10 (freedom of expression) of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Turkey
29 Dec 2015
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Compliance And Security Risks For Bring Your Own Device Applications
It has become a regular requirement for employees to work outside of the office, or while on the move.
Turkey
8 Sep 2015
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Is Serving An Eight Year Ban A REAL Settlement For An Athlete? (Case Study)
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has issued a Consent Arbitral Award in the arbitration procedure between the IAAF, the TAF and Turkish middle-distance runner, Asli Cakir-Alptekin.
Turkey
19 Aug 2015
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