IT law is an increasingly multi-disciplinary field that aims to prevent the use of all kinds of information and data against people through developing technology. It also covers many different areas such as IT law, internet law, e-commerce, e-signature, protection of personal data, digital duplication, cybercrimes. For this reason, it interacts with several branches of law including commercial law and criminal law.
The regulation, which is based on internet law in the field of information and brings many innovations in the field of informatics, is the Code on Regulation Publications on the Internet and Suppression of Crimes Committed by Means of Such Publications No. 5651 which entered into force in 2007. With this Code, the rights and obligations of internet actors have been specified, and basic procedures and principles have been regulated to prevent access in case of violation of personal rights and privacy. Since there is no regulated code on cybercrimes in our country, issues related to cybercrimes have been added to the relevant codes. For example; In the event that the crimes listed in Article 8 of the Code No. 5651 occur, it is decided to prevent access.
Apart from the Code No. 5651, the most comprehensive regulations regarding IT crimes are included in the Turkish Criminal Code. Among the crimes organized under the title of Crimes in the Field of Informatics in the Turkish Criminal Code; It includes;
-Entering the information system,
-Blocking, disrupting, destroying or changing the system,
-Abuse of bank or credit cards,
-Forbidden devices or programs,
-Criminal enforcement crimes on legal persons.
As Önal & Önal Law Office, within the scope of IT law, with our experience of over 35 years and our lawyers, each of whom is expert in their field we serve our clients in many subjects such as:
-Protection of personal data,
-Protection of intellectual property rights on the internet,
-Disputes on internet banking,
- Lodging a complaint on cybercrimes and blocking of access,
-Domain name conflicts,
-The right to privacy and violation of personal rights on the internet.