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Turkish Constitutional Court: Unreasoned Interim Decisions Refusing Confidentiality Request Constitutes A Violation Of Right To Privacy
The Turkish Constitutional Court recently considered an individual's request for confidentiality within a malpractice case.
Turkey
14 Dec 2017
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Turkey Establishes Specialty Department For Investigating Digital Forensics
Turkey has established a new specialty area for investigating digital forensics in the wake of the 90 day of State of Emergency declared on 21 July 2016.
Turkey
20 Sep 2016
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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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Turkish Constitutional Court Considers Definition Of Personal Data
The Constitutional Court recently considered a claim that Article 136(1) of the Turkish Criminal Code is unconstitutional because there is no clear definition or limitation for the phrase "personal data".
Turkey
5 Jan 2016
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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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