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Privacy Policy

Welcome to the Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled. We would like you to know that safeguarding your personal details is crucial to us and we respect your privacy. This Privacy Policy has been drawn up to explain how we use and protect personal details you share with us. This policy applies to all users of www.bedd.org.tr and the association's services and to all the information we are provided with. You hereby agree to the provisions of this Privacy Policy by making use of the association's website and services.

The Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled shall comply with applicable privacy laws and regulations in Turkey. The Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled shall not make any commitment about the fact that this website is in compliance with applicable laws in other countries or operated accordingly or any part of this website is readily available for any jurisdiction. Those opting to log into the website shall do so at their own risk in line with their own initiative, and be liable to comply with all the local laws, rules and procedures. International visitors to this website shall agree that they are subject to the laws and regulations of the Republic of Turkey, and renounce any potential claim that would emerge as a part of their own national laws.

The Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled shall reserve the right to change, modify, add or remove the provisions of this Privacy Policy. Any amendment on this Privacy Policy shall be released on this website. You are recommended to check the website on a periodical basis in order to keep yourself updated regarding the latest version of the privacy policy. You can tell whether the Privacy Policy has been revised or not since your last visit to the website by taking a look at the date of "the Latest Update" on top of this page. Please carefully read this Privacy Policy. By using this website, you consent to the compliance with this Privacy Policy without any limitation, convenience or amendment. Should you disagree with any provision and term set forth herein at any time, you are obliged to immediately put an end to the use of this website.

What Information Do We Collect?

The Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled collects two types of information through its website: "Personal Information" (or "PII") and "Non-Personal Information" (or "Non-PII") Personal Information is information that can be used on its own or with other information to identify (residential address, phone number or utility bills), contact, or locate a single person, or to identify an individual in context while non-personal information is other information that would not expose one's mass information, demographics, IP address and direct identification.

Non-Personal Information: Once you visit the website or get in touch with the website, the Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled and third parties that the Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled enters into agreement to provide services for the Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled may collect your Non-Personal Information (e.g., a catalogue for the pages of the website you visit). Non-Personal Information is anonymous information that does not personally define you. Non-Personal Information is usually collected by four means through the website: Internet protocol addresses and web logs, cookies, pixels and other similar technologies as well as other Non-Personal Information that you provide as set forth below.

Internet Protocol Addresses and Web Logs: The web servers of the website collect Internet Protocol (IP) addresses and log files of visitors. Your IP address is an identification number that is automatically assigned to your computer by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). This number is automatically identified and stored in our server log files along with the time of your visit(s) and the page(s) you visit. Such information is generically collected, and not inclusive of any personal information. We use your and all users' IP address solely for the calculation of the website usage extent and identification of problems experienced by the website users and administration of the website. Collection of IP addresses is a standard online procedure that is automatically conducted by many websites. In addition to the non-personal use of the above mentioned IP addresses, we may associate your Personal Information with your IP address to prevent online fraud and similar crimes.

Cookies: We and third-party service providers may adopt a standardized technology called "cookies" in an effort to collect data about how you make use of the website. Cookies remain on your computer and help our website recognize your computer's browser as a previously known visitor. For instance, cookies are put to use once you log into your account of the Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled in order to register your e-mail and username. Hence, we will "remember" your username and e-mail for your next visit to the website through the same computer in order to make things faster and simpler. From time to time, we may use "session cookies" that help us administer our website. A session cookie is cleared once you close your browser, and it does not store any information about you after it is cleared. Should you be unwilling to let information regarding the use of cookies be collected, then you must change browser preferences in order to provide you with options for cookies. If you choose to deny cookies, you may not be able to use certain services of our website (E.g. services that require you to log into the website).

How Do We Use Information We Collect?

We are aware of the fact that it is crucial to safeguard the information you share with us. We take proper security measures to help safeguarding such information from any unauthorized access. For instance, only authorized staff has access to your personal information on limited grounds.

You can feel safe using our website. However, no system is perfectly secure. While we take every step to safeguard your information, there is always a chance that you may end up being unsecured.

Personal Information

Website: We may use your personal information in order to create a better website suited for your interests, display contents that you might be interested in, and let you view any content in accordance with your preferences.

Contact: If you opt for a previously approved option, we may use your personal information to inform you about the Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled and its services as well as promotions regarding some of our partners. If you change your mind anytime and no longer would like to receive such promotional information, please take a look at the "Policy on Previously Approved Options" below.

Administrative Considerations: The Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled reserves the right to get in touch with you in case of any update on the Terms of the Website and/or this Privacy Policy or inform you about other administrative matters (E.g. getting in touch to facilitate, complete or confirm a procedure). As such information might be imperative to use the website, you cannot renege on receiving such information.

Job Postings

Once you make a job application for the Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled and submit your personal details through our website, such information shall be put to use solely to consider your application and handle procedures regarding your application. Your personal information might be stored for a certain period of time in order to consider your application for current or future positions.

How Is Your Personal Information Disclosed?

Contacts By Affiliates: If you choose to join the pre-approved e-mail system, our affiliates might send posts and notifications concerning events, products or services that you might be interested in. For more information, please see "Policy on Previously Approved Options" down below.

Information Collection By Third Parties

Third Party Links: Our website may feature links to websites of a third party that are not own or operated by the Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled. We place such links just to provide convenience. Placing a link on our website does not mean that the website for which the Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled provides a link is secure and/or certified. Should you submit any personal information to such a website of any third party, your transaction shall be handled by the website of the third party (not by bedd.org.tr), and the personal information you submit shall be collected by that third party and checked in accordance with its privacy policy. We shall not be held liable for privacy terms or contents of such third parties including the use of personal information that you provide them with.

Use of the Website by Children: Our website is not suitable for anyone under the age of thirteen (13), and we would not like them to submit their personal information through the website. Should a parent find out that his/her child has submitted personal information to us without any permission from his/her parent (E.g., by pretending to be older), then the parent must get in touch with us via [email protected]. Should the Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled find out that it has received personal information from someone under the age of 13, then it shall immediately remove such personal information and accounts believed to be submitted by someone under the age of 13. For more information about the use of the website by non-adults, please see the Terms of Use.

Security of Your Personal Information: The Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled takes reasonable security measures in a fashion standardized by the whole industry including physical, electronic and operational measures taken to provide security for personal information and prevent any unauthorized access. While the Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled takes all the necessary measures to safeguard Personal Information under its control, one cannot possibly provide 100% warranty for all the online data communications or modes of data storage. The Association shall not be held accountable for any damage that you may be exposed to as a result of interception, modification or misuse of such communications. 

How to Contact the Solidarity Association for the Physically Disabled Regarding the Website If you have any questions about this Policy, feel free to submit them to [email protected].