Turnet will not disclose the personal information that are submitted to them by the Members through electronic environment over the “Portal” to the third parties except for the purpose and the scope determined by the “Turnet Membership Agreement” , that are concluded with the Members.
In order for the determination of the problems with regard to the system and for urgently overcoming the problems that can occur on the “Portal”, TURNET, when necessary, determines the IP addresses of the users and uses them. The IP addresses can be used for the purpose of identifying the users in general and to gathering comprehensible demographic information.
a. As per the Law, Decree Having the Force of Law, Regulation and legal rules that are made by other judiciary authorities and that are in force;
b. As per the provisions of “Turnet Membership Agreements”, and other agreements that are concluded between Turnet and the Members;
c. The situations that are requested by the competent administrative and judicial authorities and;
d. The other situations for which it is necessary to give information in order for the protection of rights and securities of the members.
Turnet undertakes to certainly keep the confidential information secret and private, to assume this as a secrecy liability and to take all the necessary measures and pay necessary attention in order to enable and maintain privacy and to prevent the whole or any part of the confidential information from disclosure to the third parties or from unauthorized use or from entrance to the public domain.
“Turnet” can obtain the information about the Members and “Portal” usage of the Members by using a technical communication file (cookie). The mentioned technical communication files are the small text files that an internet user sent to its browser to be kept in the primary storage. A technical communication file eases the internet use by providing the state and preferences about an internet site. The technical communication file helps obtain the statistical information about how many people used the “Portal”, how many times and for which purpose an individual visited the site and how much time they spent on the site and helps produce content and advertisement dynamically from the user pages that are specifically designed for the users. The technical communication file is not designed to obtain data from the primary storage or member mail or any other personal information.
Turnet can include the phone number of the user who sends the message into the messages that users send to each other.
Google, during the direction of the Google advertisements to the site, can place cookies to the browser of the Members or can the existing cookies on these or can use web signals in order to gather information.