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Denial of information related to access to files affecting the person making the claim
The data protection regulations do not prevent the person making the claim from communicating the information relating to the traceability of access to their personal information, in particular, knowing the first and last names and the rank of the people who have accessed it. There is also no impediment to accessing information relating to whether a certain person is part of the staff of the professional association and, in the event that they have accessed it, whether they had access permissions to the information relating to the person making the claim.
The professional college of nurses and nurses of Barcelona disseminated on its website the identity of the person who submitted allegations to an election scrutinising act for the selection of the posts of vice-chairman and secretary/ary of the Governing Board.
The official College of Nurses and Nurses in Barcelona is resolved to sanction since the indicted facts are constitutive of a violation of the principle of Application, given the lack of legal basis for publication, and required to remove the name and surnames of the complainant from the aforementioned document, published on the institutional web
Publishing data referring to collegiate people.
The reported entity has reported that the data would be published on a website whose ownership belongs to a third person, outside the College. He has also stated that the published archive would have been made public since the College in 2016, and that it has not been accessible since that year. According to the above, the Inspectorate verified that the document was not published on the College's website and while the document would contain personal data, certainly excessive, the procedure should be filed as the alleged breach of the personal data protection regulations has already been prescribed.
Possibility of a professional association being an authorized consultant of the Official Register of Sports Professionals of Catalonia
The access of the professional association to the information of the official Register of Sports Professionals of Catalonia on whether a certain sports professional is registered in it can be based on the legal basis of article 6.1.c) of the RGPD, in connection with the provisions of the transparency legislation. However, access to the professional association for the control of the professional intrusion of a person who is not a member of that association would not be justified by this legal basis.
Denial of access to information about a solicitor's membership
From the point of view of data protection regulations, information on the dates of affiliation and termination of affiliation can be provided, but with regard to the reason for termination, access can only be given when the reason is having enrolled in another professional college.
Communication of information related to training activities
The communication of information on the trainers to impart the formative action to companies and organizing entities, limited to the identifying data, of contact and of training or experience, would be lawful and would adjust to the principle of minimization of data, to be necessary both for the execution of the contract and for the fulfillment of legal obligations. In addition, the competent authorities may require the information related to the training action necessary to control the execution and application of the bonus by the companies. With the information available, it does not seem justified to communicate information relating to the data relating to the user and password for access to the virtual classroom assigned to students in the training activity, nor those relating to the professional situation of the training staff or responsible for the activity.
Denial of access to information related with the disciplinary activity of a professional School
The claimant cannot access the disciplinary history of a member but must have the archival resolutions of the previous proceedings that have been carried out against this member in which the claimant has been reporting. You can also provide you with information on the academic qualification that this person has, including the university and year in which he studied, and where appropriate the homologation and other requirements to practice the profession, in a matter of the concurrent circumstances.
Denial of access to information that affects a person registered in the professional association
Data protection regulations do not allow access to a member's disciplinary history, as data relating to the commission of administrative offenses would be affected. However, in the present case, it would be justified to inform the claimant whether the school has processed the payment of fees for the provision of the service in the shift.
Data processing of non-practicing members
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.
Information on diets received by a former President of a Council of Professional Colleges
In view of the information available, and taking into account the weighting elements of Article 24.2 of theLTC, data protection regulations would not prevent the information requested on the allowances received by a person who would have held the office of Council President within a certain period of time.
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