Privacy Policy

As a basic principle, in accordance with the Turkish Privacy Act, AVES processes the personal data of any individual who comes into contact with the company. Accordingly, all personal data is processed by a data supervisor, as described below, within the limitations of the regulations.

It is important to note that the Privacy Policy of AVES can change because of adjustments in the governing role and other related reasons. Any changes in this policy will be published on our website and announced via e-mail.

It is possible to browse AVES’ website as well as the websites of our publications without entering any personal information. However, we will collect your personal information when you require a specific service/transaction (e.g., contact forms, e-mail alerts, subscription cancellations, etc.).

Any news about AVES journals, including the latest developments in scholarly publishing, is announced via e-mail. When preparing the list of recipients for these announcements, the user information of those who have previously submitted manuscripts to our journals is also collected. This information may include the individual’s name, contact details, and field of expertise. You may update this information and/or request to be removed from the list at any time.

AVES accepts no liability for the privacy policies of third parties that are linked to our website.

AVES will process your personal information for determining the subscriber and client profiles, while responding to your questions/comments, providing appropriate services, and expanding business development. All of the data collected by AVES will be kept private, and third parties will not be allowed to access/edit this information.

In accordance with the Turkish Privacy Act, upon written request, you have the right to know how your personal information was processed and whether your information was shared with third parties. You also have the right to request that your personal information be corrected or deleted by AVES (or any third party). In addition, you may object the results of the analyses performed on your data by exclusive automated systems and demand any losses that you may have experienced as a consequence of the unlawful processing of your personal data. You may contact AVES via [email protected] to effectively exercise your rights in this regard.