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Legitimation for the treatment of the name meaning in relation to certain groups
Since the regulation urges the Public Administration to facilitate the use of the "sense name" by trans persons (art. 23.1 Law 11/2014), the processing of this data is not excessive for the purposes of the principle of minimisation, and may be lawful if carried out on the legal basis of the consent of the person concerned. Treatment of the "sense name", as identifying data relating to a natural person's gender identity or expression, does not, in principle, involve processing data from special categories. The identification information of the person concerned must also be dealt with in official documents (DNI/NIE or passport), in order to ensure the identification and, among other things, the principle of the accuracy of the information and its traceability.
Use of data from the complainant in the emergency assistance report of a third person and submission of the report.
A resolution is issued directly without a motion for a resolution as no allegations were made to the initiation agreement. Existence and confidentiality are impeded. Chief Miami Platja mislinked an urgent attendance report to the whistleblower's data and this led to the HC3 report being uploaded. At the same time, he led to this report being handed over to a third person.
BOE notification announcements post.
In the face of various attempts at notice on unsuccessful paper, a city council published in the BOE Notification Supplement several acts handed down in a disciplinary procedure to a municipal worker, committing three offences for which he was warned. Specifically:1) By violation of the principle of accuracy, by having made an attempt to notify an incorrect address;2) By violation of the principle of Application, by having published an ad in the BOE after having made a single prior notification attempt and an incorrect address; by having published another announcement in the BOE before running out the 10-day deadline granted to the person assigned to collect the documentation in the headquarters; and by having included in several announcements the name and surname of the person concerned, instead of his DNI.3) By violating the principle of minimization, by having included in several announcements in the BOE information on the disciplinary nature of the procedure, as well as other information.
Publishing to the shared clinical history (HC3) of a person, of a medical report referring to another person.
The ICS is warned of a very serious breach by violation of the principle of accuracy, for having erroneously published in a person's HC3 a medical report referring to another person, which contained health data of that person.
Report on the Draft Decree approving the regulations for the implementation of Titles I, III and IV of Law 9/2014 of 31 July on the industrial safety of establishments, facilities and products
Not issuing an IBI receipt following the recording of a misplaced cadastral reference from a buy-sale script.
Due to an error in a buying and selling script of an immoble, which contained the CADAstral certification of the property of the person denouncing the property rather than that of the property actually transmitted, the Municipal Institute of Finance of the City Council of Barcelona introduced into the computer system of tax management a new owner of the property of the person denouncing the property and issued the IBI receipt of the property of the person denouncing in the name of the alleged new owner. This resulted in the IBI receipt not being sent to the payment of the person denouncing the account. After several complaints from the complainant, the City Council warned the cause of the incident and re-entered the correct data into the system. The following year, despite being aware of the error in the aforementioned buy-sales script, the City Council re-introduced to the computer system the flawed cadastral reference, which led to the same error as the previous year, that IBI receipts be issued to a person other than its actual owner.
Transit sanction notification.
The complaint is filed because the SCT used the appropriate and exact data that was recorded in the General Vehicle Registration, both in terms of identifying the person holding the vehicle with whom the infringement would have been committed, and in the house where the notification of the initiation agreement was made.
The principle of accuracy of the data is infringed by having issued invoices and the corresponding direct debit receipts with incorrect data.
Aigües de Barcelona issued a total of 12 invoices and corresponding direct debit receipts with incorrect personal data. In particular, he assigned names and surnames of 5 different users to the DNI of the person complaining. For this reason, bank receipts were sent to the account of the person denouncing the names and surnames of persons other than the accountholder.
Possibility to publish the telephones and the addresses of electronic mail in the web of the Department
The telephone number and e-mail address, as long as it can be directly or indirectly associated with an individual, are personal data whose processing must comply with the principles and guarantees of data protection regulations. The publication of data relating to the name of the establishment, the industrial address of the establishment, telephone number, e-mail address, website, direct link to the location on the map and geographical location coordinates of the companies registered in the RIAAC, may based on the consent of those affected. The dissemination of this data may also be based on the provisions of Articles 19.3 LOPDGDD and 6.4 RGPD, provided that the persons concerned are offered the possibility of requesting the exclusion of their company from the dissemination.
- SECTORIAL AREA
- TRANSFER OR DISCLOSURE OF DATA
- Public administration
- Autonomous community administration
- PERSONAL DATA
- Anonymised data
- Identification data
- Pseudonomized data
- Data of the representative of a legal entity
- Public administration
- Autonomous community administration
- Accurate principle
- Lawfulness principle
- Legitimate interest
- In the public interest or in the exercise of official authority
- Legal obligation
- Data minimization principle
Accuracy of the address of the employees.
The utilization of an inaccurate address in which the accusing person had been registered with anteriority, in order to notify some administrative events|acts to him|her, contravenes the principle|beginning of accuracy.
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