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Who are the recipients of personal data ❓

Who are the recipients of personal data ❓

📌 Recipient means a natural or legal person, public authority, agency, or another body, to which the personal data are disclosed, whether a third party or not. 📌 Recipients may receive personal data to carry out processing on behalf of the data controller or to...

Who are the “data controllers”?

Who are the “data controllers”?

“Data Controllers” may be natural or legal persons, SMEs, public authorities, organisations, or other bodies which, alone or jointly with others, use personal data for the specific purposes. The GDPR strongly emphasises the “accountability” of the data controller....

FILLING SYSTEM

FILLING SYSTEM

📁 Filling system means any structured set of personal data which are accessible according to specific criteria, whether centralised, decentralised, or dispersed on a functional or geographical basis. 🖋 The GDPR establishes a fundamental PRINCIPLE REGARDING THE STORAGE...

WHY PSEUDONYMIZE?

WHY PSEUDONYMIZE?

"Pseudonymisation" is a fundamental tool for protecting the personal data of natural persons in order to guarantee them full and total confidentiality. "Pseudonymisation" is a technique which consists of processing personal data in such a way that the data can no...

Attention! Profiling!

Attention! Profiling!

Profiling, in general, means any form of collecting information about a person or group of people and evaluating the characteristics or behaviour patterns of that person or group of people, to include them in a certain category or group to analyse and/or make...

Personal data is very valuable. Let’s learn how to protect them!

Personal data is very valuable. Let’s learn how to protect them!

Personal data is very valuable. Let's learn how to protect them! Among the other principles prescribed by the GDPR, there is also one principle that defines the integrity and confidentiality of personal data. In accordance with the GDPR, data controllers and data...

What is your reason or justification for processing of personal data?

What is your reason or justification for processing of personal data?

One of the first questions which organisations involved in processing personal data (‘controllers’) should ask themselves before undertaking the processing is “What is my reason or justification for processing this personal data?” This is of key importance because any...