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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.
- SECTORIAL AREA
- Files and documents
- PERSONAL DATA
- Data of deceased persons
- Sensitive data
- Union membership data
- Data on religion or beliefs
- Health data
- Administrative criminal offences
- Sex life
- HABEAS DATA RIGHTS
- Right of access
- Right of objection
- Right of rectification
- Right of suppression
- Public administration
- Purpose limitation principle
- Historical, scientific or statistical purposes
The claimant may obtain information on the amounts received by his or her deceased mother on the occasion of the recognition of the financial benefit for care in the family environment and support for non-professional caregivers, unless there is the express opposition of the deceased. your child's access to your personal information.
Given the special nature of health information and the provisions of patient autonomy and data protection legislation, in principle a right of preferential access to the HC of the deceased should be recognized to persons with a bond, for family reasons or in fact, closer to the deceased, such as the spouse, children or parents. This access does not exclude the possibility of other accesses given the specific circumstances. Given the normative provisions (art. 3 LOPDGDD), and that in principle the heirs have a link for reasons of fact with the causer, it seems clear that they must have access to the HC of the deceased, even if there is no link for family reasons.
Denial of access to the disciplinary reports open to a deceased registered in the professional association
In the access to the data of a deceased person, the limit derived from the regulations of data protection does not result from application personal.
The Association may publish through the one-stop shop or communicate to third parties the information consisting of name and surname, membership number, degree, professional contact details (professional address, telephone, e-mail ...) and professional housing situation, regardless of whether they are practicing or non-practicing professionals and, in the case of the latter, whatever the cause of the non-practice. Personal data protection regulations do not apply to the data of deceased persons. Neither the regulations governing the one-stop shop nor Article 19 of the LOPDGDD allow the publication of data on registered members of the deceased, or on the heirs of deceased members, whether they are practicing or not.
The data protection regulations do not prevent the councillor from accessing the death registry corresponding to the years 1885-1890, 1918-1921, 1957-1959 and 1968-1969, except for the health data that may appear (specifically data on hereditary diseases prior to 1 January 1959). As for the minutes books, it is necessary to give access to the minutes book, unless there are special categories of data of the people to whom they affect the agreements adopted. In relation to the correspondence relating to the same periods, it would not be adjusted to the data protection regulations to indiscriminately facilitate access to the correspondence of living persons, but it is necessary to make a case-by-case analysis, in view of the interest of the councilor in the access and the type of information to which the correspondence refers.
The diffusion of identified or identifiable images of physical persons who occupied a public charge or a profession of public projection, or of persons who turn up as merely accessory (especially in the event of images of persons under age), in events or public sport events organized by the Town Council, sufficient juridical basis (art. 6.1.e) could have RGPD), whenever the Town Council takes the considerations that expose themselves in this judgement into account.
The consent of the physical persons who at present are part of the educational community or who have been part,means a suitable and sufficient juridical basis for the publication of photographs of these persons in the commemorative book (art. 6.1 a) RGPD). Regarding photographs of identified physical persons or identifiable that are not part of the educational community any more, its publication in the commemorative book can find sufficient juridical basis in the article 6.1.f) RGPD, in connection with the HIM 1/1982, without having to have the consent of the ones affected, whenever the Foundation applies specific guarantees.
The spouse of one registered in the professional association deceased can request to the professional school that loans a service of electronic mail that facilitates him a copy of the Post Office of that registered in the professional association that they are in the servers of the school whenever it proves the existence of a document of digital wills in the terms of the article 411-10 of CCC, in which attendant of the execution of the digital wills is designated in that as a person and expressly authorizes it in this sense. A partner of the professional office of the deceased person will only be able to access the data of that if it had been expressly fitted out to such effect in a document of digital wills.