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Report in relation to the Draft order regulating the membership of entities in the Enterprise Network
Report in relation to the communication of data between the health services and the social services of the public system
Report in relation to the Draft Decree on fishing, fishing and aquaculture tourism and fishing demonstrations in maritime and continental waters of Catalonia
The claimant has the right to access the e-mails, complaints and requests to which his claim refers and also to the identity of the parents of the students who have provided information about him and his daughter, except for the procedure hearing if there is any element that prevents it. Data protection regulations prevent the claimant from accessing the complete documents specified in the claim, given that they contain certain third-party data (ID numbers, handwritten signatures and/or contact details) irrelevant for the intended purpose with access.
The person making the claim can access the information relating to the owner of the economic activity contained in the file, to the extent that it would be a legal person. You could also access it if you were a natural person, taking into account the concurrent circumstances, with the exception of the data relating to the DNI number or other identification or contact data that are not strictly professional. The access would also cover the information of the professional who signs the technical certificate, except for his ID number and signature.
In the case examined, the parent's access to the certificate certifying the status of a victim of gender violence of the other parent provided in the process of registering the common daughter in the PAU would be justified if it only contained the information relating to the existence of a situation of gender violence, the person who suffered it and the exemption derived from this circumstance.
Access to information relating to teachers and students in the Catalan education system is possible to the extent that the information is aggregated and anonymized, in the terms that have been set forth.
The data protection regulations do not prevent the person making the claim from accessing the City Council's staff registration register, as long as the information is provided in a pseudonymised manner.
The City Council could create a register of the residents of the municipality who, given the concurrence of certain circumstances, would require a quick action by the civil protection forces in emergency situations. The use of data from the Register for this purpose would be compatible, but the incorporation of information relating to people's health would require their explicit consent.
- SECTORIAL AREA
- Municipal Population Register
- Civil protection
- PERSONAL DATA
- Sensitive data
- Health data
- Public administration
- Local administration
- Impact assessment
- Purpose limitation principle
- Lawfulness principle
- In the public interest or in the exercise of official authority