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Access to information from the Municipal Register of Inhabitants about councillors/any members of the municipal government team
The data protection regulations do not prevent the councilor's access to information on the registrations and deregistrations of the Register that occurred in the specified period, including the date of registration or deregistration, without, in view of what is set out in the query, it is justified to include the name and surname, or the ID number or the address of the registered persons, or any other data that allows the information to be linked to identified or identifiable persons. As for the councilors of the government team, they can be identified with their first and last names indicating the date on which they were appointed or dismissed, but it would not be in line with data protection regulations to provide 'access to coexistence certificates.
Internet publication of the minutes of the Plenum of the City Council and the municipal godfather of inhabitants
Personal data protection regulations do not prevent the dissemination of information relating to deceased persons. The minutes of the plenary sessions, with regard to the acts discussed, must be published in the electronic headquarters of the City Council without including specially protected data categories, or affecting honour or privacy or requiring special protection. In this case, the consent of those concerned should be made available so that the minutes can be disseminated, or the information anonymized should be disseminated. After 30 years, the provisions of Article 36 of Law 10/2001 may come into play. There is no legal basis for the dissemination, with a general scope, of the information contained in the municipal godparents of inhabitants on the city council website, without prejudice to the dissemination of the anonymized information of the godfather.
Implementation of a register for civil protection actions in emergency situations
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.
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- 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
Communication of anonymized information from the Municipal Register for the development of a predictive tool in the field of social services
The communication of anonymized information from the Municipal Register to a public company for the development of a predictive tool in the field of social services would not require a legal basis to legitimize it, as the legislation does not apply in these cases of data protection. However, it is necessary to ensure that the anonymization process applied guarantees that the physical persons affected cannot be identified by third parties without disproportionate efforts, as well as to assess the risks of any subsequent re-identification of these persons and, where appropriate, adopt the appropriate measures to mitigate it.
Access the data of the person's sponsor.
Aside from the person's manifestations, no other element is available to corroborate that a third person accessed the data of the padron of the now complainant. It is admitted that, on the other hand, the City Council denies that this has happened. Nor can it be ruled out that, as the accused entity points out, it was a third person or a consultation of a public register, the source of the information. Consequently, the procedure should be shelved because it is not possible to prove that the City Council has allowed undue access to the data of the complainant's sponsor.
Consultation padró municipal.
The initiation of the sanctioning procedure against the City Council is agreed to make an undue access to the municipal sponsor's data of the person's private address and use it to address a response to a request she had submitted in her professional status as the administrator of estates, rather than sending her the response to the professional address she had pointed to to that effect.
Requirement for a certificate of historical and collective registration to manage the benefit relating to the minimum vital income
The body responsible for managing the minimum living income can consult the data from the Municipal Register that is necessary for the processing of the benefit at the INE. In the event of a discrepancy with the details specified in the application for the benefit, this body may require the contribution of the certificate of historical and collective registration. If you do not provide this information, you can request this information from the City Council on the basis of the authorization conferred by article 28.2 of the LPAC, unless one of the affected persons objects. In any case, it is important to warn them of the consequences of this opposition.
Deniation of a councilor's access to a municipal file concerning vulnerable persons
The councillor cannot access the requested full file, relating to various procedures for registration of vulnerable persons, although, for the purposes of controlling and scrutinising the management of the Padron carried out by the City Council, he can be given certain information on these heights: date, address, justification in the terms indicated in the report, and the identification data of the persons concerned.
The expedition of the steering wheel without the consent of the affected person justifies herself in the fact that the treatment was necessary to the attributed to the Town Council and that this had delegated in the .
The Town Council had delegated the competences|competitions of management|formality and collection|takings of a municipal tax in the ORGT.
The accusing person lodged a resource|appeal of replacement|repeat against the liquidation of the tax.
The ORGT asked the Town Council for the expedition of the padronal steering wheel of the accusing person, which it|he|she had as a purpose to check out if the requirements were fulfilled that gave the right to the exemption of the tax for transmission of the house|housing within the framework of a resource|appeal of replacement|repeat shown|presented by the accusing person. The juridical basis that legitimates this activity of treatment is not the consent of the affected person, but the treatment is necessary to exercise|exert the competences|competitions attributed to the Town Council and that he|she has delegated in the ORGT.
Later, the accusing person lodged an administrative contentious resource|appeal against the resolution of the ORGT and within the framework of the judicial procedure the administrative report was brought that contained the padronal steering wheel. The juridical basis that protects this treatment is that the treatment is necessary to fulfill a legal duty applicable to the responsible for the treatment.
Inclusion of all people registered at the same address in the flyers or registration certificates
The inclusion in the registration certificates or flyers of the name and surnames of all the persons registered in the same address, at the request of one of the registered persons, may be protected by the consent of all the persons affected or, in the absence of consent, in the legitimate interest of the applicant, unless there are circumstances in the specific case that, after making the appropriate weighting, should lead to the prevalence of the right to the protection of personal data of the other people affected. To this end, it is of particular importance to inform the affected persons of the communication in advance of the effects that may be exercised, where appropriate, by the right of opposition.
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