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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND LAW

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND LAW

16.8.2019 | Global Legal Matters | 78

Human beings have tried to carry forward the technology continuously and perform various missions in the best way.

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MANDATORY VACCINATION AND PARENT’S LEGAL LIABILITY IN TURKISH LAW

MANDATORY VACCINATION AND PARENT’S LEGAL LIABILITY IN TURKISH LAW

16.8.2019 | Global Legal Matters | 74

The aim of vaccination activity is not just to protect individuals from diseases one by one, it’s actually to provide community immunity.

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OVERBOOKING

OVERBOOKING

16.8.2019 | Global Legal Matters | 70

Overbooking is not just air transport; entertainment sector, tourism sector and other sectors where participant individual factor is the most important profit factor in terms of commercial activity.

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RELATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES BETWEEN MANAGER & CLIENT

RELATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES BETWEEN MANAGER & CLIENT

22.7.2019 | Global Legal Matters | 92

Abstract: In this article, how a good manager should be in line with our experience and the legal validity of the irresponsibility clauses in the manager-client contracts were examined.

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BIG DATA

BIG DATA

22.7.2019 | Global Legal Matters | 75

With the advancement of technology and the development of the internet, the power of information has come to the forefront today, and with this, many cases in the world of the Internet have become known as ‘Information Dump’.

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DENIAL OF BLOOD TRANSFUSION IN CHILDREN; JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES

DENIAL OF BLOOD TRANSFUSION IN CHILDREN; JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES

22.7.2019 | Global Legal Matters | 70

In order for an intervention in body integrity to be considered in accordance with the law, as a rule, consent must be obtained from the patient.

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THE RIGHT OF DIGITAL AGE : RIGHT TO FORGOTTEN

THE RIGHT OF DIGITAL AGE : RIGHT TO FORGOTTEN

22.7.2019 | Global Legal Matters | 62

When personal data is shared in digital media, these data are recorded in these media. These recorded data are used by third parties without the consent of the individual.

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RELIGION BOX ON THE NATIONAL IDENTITY CARDS AND THE RIGHT NOT TO DISCLOSE ONE BELIEF

RELIGION BOX ON THE NATIONAL IDENTITY CARDS AND THE RIGHT NOT TO DISCLOSE ONE BELIEF

3.7.2019 | Global Legal Matters | 332

RELIGION BOX ON THE NATIONAL IDENTITY CARDS AND THE RIGHT NOT TO DISCLOSE ONE BELIEFThe religion section in the Republic of Turkey ID card is the principle of secularism in Turkey and is one application that creates debate in terms of religious freedom. In a secular state that does not have an official religion, the inclusion of information about religious in the identity cards creates a major contradiction. As a return to being a secular state, it is impossible to reconcile the principle of secularism with the registration of individuals' beliefs for later use, which equates to all religious and philosophical beliefs and which does not grant any privilege to any of them, and which must be neutral in the face of them. But the Constitutional Court in Turkey, as well as the 1961 Constitution, the 1982 Constitution norms during the inspection carried out, said legal arrangements have been found constitutional.

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BLOCKCHAIN LAW

BLOCKCHAIN LAW

3.7.2019 | Global Legal Matters | 308

What is Blockchain Technology?· The first feature of Blockchain technology is that it introduced distributed architecture as an alternative to centralized architecture for data logging system. In central architecture, the coordination of all the computers in the system is done from a center and the data exchange is realized through this center. In distributed architecture, all computers are in equal position, all of them contribute to the system and use the system.

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 THE POS (POINT OF SALE) USURY

THE POS (POINT OF SALE) USURY

3.7.2019 | Global Legal Matters | 351

One of the types of crime created by the developing technology is “ The Pos Usury”. The usury which is regulated under the article 241 of Turkish Penal Code as one of the crimes, is considered as a serious fact for both the society and the state. In the Turkish Penal Code no. 5237, Article 241 of the crimes against society, usury: “A person who lends money to someone else to earn earnings is sentenced to imprisonment for two to five years and to a fine of up to five thousand days un.” arranged in the form of. Usury crime is now being handled by new methods along with developing technology. Since providing immediate risk free interest plays a major role in the POS usury, this method became one of the most favored method of usury. What we call POS usury is different from normal usury .

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