Personal data owners or their legal representatives ("Applicant" or "Relevant Person") defined as the person concerned within the scope of the Personal Data Protection Law No.6698 ("GDPR" or "Law"), in the 11th article of the GDPR To find out whether the data is processed, to request them if it has been processed, to correct them if the content of the data is incomplete or incorrect, to and destroy them if it is unlawful, to inform third parties to whom the data is disclosed, and to compensate for damages due to unlawful processing of the data. the right to be found is regulated.
Pursuant to the first paragraph of Article 13 of the GDPR; as a data controller LITPA Lighting, you must submit your requests regarding the processing of your personal data. In accordance with Article 6 of the Communiqué on Application and Procedures Principles to the Data Controller ("Communiqué"), your requests will be concluded free of charge as soon as possible and within thirty days at the latest, depending on the nature of the request. However, if the transaction requires an additional cost, a fee may be charged in accordance with Article 7 of the Communiqué. 
Application by Post or in person: Haraççı-Hadımköy Yolu Cad. No: 15 34281 Haraççı Mah. Arnavutkoy Istanbul / Turkey to address You can apply in person or by mail.
Application by Electronic Mail: You can apply via e-mail to with the application form filled and signed by the applicant and the documents showing your identity.
We remind you that if you write "Information / Change Request within the Scope of the Law on Protection of Personal Data" on the application envelope or in the subject part of the e-mail, you can get a faster response.
In addition, an application can be made through a Notary or by means of legally valid methods that allow the verification of identity. It is recommended to comply with the above-mentioned issues in applications to the extent that the method allows, since it will increase the likelihood of the application to be concluded in a positive and short time.
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