• Burak Ozdagistanli

10 Questions to Ask Yourself for Data Protection Compliance in Turkey

We understand that for those of you who operate on an international basis, compliance with the GDPR is the priority. But, if you operate in Turkey, or in other words if you collect any personal data in Turkey, compliance with the GDPR will not save you.

Compliance is a long and ever-lasting process but you must start from somewhere. We believe asking these 10 key questions to yourself is a good starting point to understand whether you need a more detailed data protection compliance project.

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