04September2018

REGISTRATION DEADLINES TO THE REGISTRY OF DATA CONTROLLERS HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED

REGISTRATION DEADLINES TO THE REGISTRY OF DATA CONTROLLERS HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED

Within the scope of the Personal Data Protection Law numbered 6698 which has been announced in the 29677 Numbered Official Gazette dated 24.06.2016, it is highly crucial for the real and corporate bodies to meet all the legal compliancy requirements in dealing with the personal data that they; receive, use, issue, process to avoid the administrative penalty fines and possible incompliancy sanctions.

On July 19, 2018 a provisional clause to the Law has been declared with the Decision Number: 2018/88. The aim of the Article 1 of the Provision Clause is to declare the deadlines the workplaces need to take into account for the necessary registrations to be made at the Registry of Data Controllers. The workplaces that are responsible to finalize the registration by the expected dates are outlined in the table (Table1) below.

Data Controller Responsible for Registration (Real or Corporate Body – Workplace Specifications) Registration Start Date, Announced by the Board Registration Deadline, Announced by the Board

Entities with more than 50 registered employees for one calendar year and/or annual financial statement exceeds 25.000.000 TRY

01 October 2018 30 September 2019

Entities with less than 50 registered employees for one calendar year and/or annual financial statement is below 25.000.000 TRY, with the core business being data processing activities

01 January 2019 31 March 2020

Public Enterprises / Institutions who are acting as Data Controllers

01 April 2019 30 June 2020

Entities established abroad, which are identified as Data Controllers

01 October 2018 30 September 2019

(Table 1)

Overall, certain exemptions to the registration of the Data Controller Registry might be imposed and the entities might be waived from the liability with the analysis of the data that is processed, transfer of data to the third parties, etc. which is to be handled by the Board.

For further information in regards the subject, please refer to the Board’s own informative publication, published in Turkish.

Written by Suzan Tepe, Posted in Personal Data Protection Law, Labour Law

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