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Definition of personal data and processing

Definition of personal data and processing

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  • 05/12/10
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    • 1. PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION Scope Processing personal data Finality Legitimacy Transparency Organisation Proportional End-to-end
    • 2.
      • Very broad scope
    • 3.
      • any information
      • An identifiable person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to
      • an identification number or
      • to one or more factors specific to his physical, physiological, mental, economic, cultural or social identity.
      • relating to
      • an identified or identifiable
      • natural person.
      • In general not legal persons (e.g. limited companies)
      • BUT
      • in some countries same regime for legal persons
      • next to personal data protection there may be a
      • (professional) duty of confidentiality.
      • e.g.
      • Unique identifiers : ID card number, social security
      • number, user-ID, account number, signature, …
      • Physical data : length, weight, dna, photo, drawing,
      • fingerprints, iris(scan), shoe size, health,…
      • Communication data : letter, email, taped call, …
      • Relations :
      • - geographically (home, workplace, travel, …)
      • personal (friends, spouse, family, …)
      • estate (real estate, portfolio, income, …)
      • - interests
      • - …
      e.g. customers, staff members, … (perception of) “sensitivity”/”intimacy” is irrelevant
    • 4. Source: 32nd International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners (2010)
    • 5.
      • any automated (set of) operation(s) performed upon Personal Data.
      • any manual operations when they are performed in a structured way according to specific criteria and which will permit easy access to the data.
    • 6.
      • collection, recording, organization,
      • storage ,
      • adaptation or alteration, rectification,
      • retrieval, consultation , use,
      • disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available,
      • alignment or combination,
      • blocking, erasure or destruction