After more than 10 years of drafting and debate, Turkey last week finally passed its Law on the Protection of Personal Data, the last Council of Europe Member State to address the protection of personal data with a framework law. Here at the Summit, we’ve got it covered, with “E-Commerce and Data Privacy in Turkey,” happening Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. on our Inspired Speakers stage. Make sure you bone up by reading Yusuf Mansur Özer’s analysis of the law for Privacy Tracker. With this law in place, he writes, “the future of Turkish data protection law will be, hopefully, one that is progressive and dynamic.”
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