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Denyment of access to information on the remuneration of workers of a city council
The data protection regulations allow, in this case, the union delegate to have access to a copy of the decrees of the mayor's approval of the payroll of the staff of the City Council, prior to anonymization of the data of the public employees concerned and limiting their access, if applicable, to any other information that may appear in the said decrees that exceed the object of their claim, pursuant to the principle of minimization of the data (Article 5.1.c of the GDPR). However, it would be possible to provide the merely identifying information contained in the mayor's decrees relating to the mayor, in the terms that have been set out.
Denying access to information about temporary occupied places
Taking into consideration the terms in which the complaint is made, data protection regulations do not prevent the claimant from accessing the information requested by the prior pseudonymation of personal data.
Denyment of access to information about accidental appointment of the mayor of a city council
The data protection regulations do not prevent access to a copy of the report issued by the Directorate General of the Local Administration, concerning the authorisation of a civil servant to accidentally occupy the position of financial controller in the City Council and to information regarding the supplementary remuneration of this job. However, access to the reports issued by those who have accidentally exercised the intervening function will depend on the personal data that is affected, taking into account its content and the application of the limits relating to data protection referred to in Articles 23 and 24 of the LTTE, in the terms that have been set out.
Denying access to information about a selective process
Data protection regulations do not prevent the complainant from having access, if he is delegated from a trade union organisation that has the most representative status, to information on training data, professional experience, as well as punctuation with respect to merits and other valorative elements that have been taken into account in the selection process and the scores awarded in relation to the subject. In the event that the complainant does not belong to a union organization that has the most representative status, the information must be limited to the identity of the person selected in a selective process - if applicable, the worker concerned - and the scores obtained in the different merits or tests.
Deniation of information regarding the list of jobs in the call for a selective process
The data protection regulations do not prevent the claimant from accessing the information relating to the number of jobs corresponding to the call for 300 (internal procedure procedure 361), indicating the date of creation of the place and periods in which the places have been covered by interruptions, including information relating to the order number of persons assigned to each of the places.
Detention of access to the Labour Establishment Protocol of a file
Data protection regulations do not prevent the claimant from accessing and copying the Labour Establishment Protocol. With regard to the access of the claimant to the claimed file, access could be given to his or her own personal data and, in principle, to the identity of witnesses who have spoken by providing information on the claimant to be recorded in the documentation, unless specific circumstances justifying the limitation are met with regard to these third parties, in the terms set out in legal basis IV. In addition, data protection legislation does not prevent employees or public officials in charge of processing and resolving the case from having access to the identity, since these are actions carried out in the performance of their duties. Finally, it should be borne in mind that information containing special categories of data on third parties should be omitted, as should other information on third parties that may be included in the file and that does not have a direct relationship with the complainant and the harassment complaint that he submitted.
Detention of access to certain dossiers of patrimonial responsibility
Taking into consideration the terms in which the complaint is made and the relevant elements, the data protection regulations prevent access by the claimant to the full content of the dossiers of patrimonial responsibility processed by the City Council between 2007 and 2022 that affect a particular person, and to the information relating to the judicial proceedings that may have arisen. However, information could be provided on the number of liability files referred to in the consultation, the meaning of the resolution and, if applicable, compensation, as well as whether legal proceedings have been taken.
Deenegation of access to the inventory of licenses of major works transferred to the District Archive and to the City Hall Historical Archive
The data protection regulations do not prevent the person claiming the inventory of licenses for major works that have been transferred to the District Archive and the Historical Archive of the Autonomous Community, along with the metadata of street name and number, petitioner, type and year of the work and architect, without prejudice to omitting those personal data of the holders of the works licenses that are not necessary to achieve the intended purpose as the DNI data of these people would be.
Denying information about accesses to clinical history
Data protection regulations do not prevent the person from notifying the data they request, regarding access to their clinical history, including the identity of the professionals who have accessed it, in relation to the requested period.
Denying access to information about the selection process of candidates in a training course
Data protection regulations do not prevent access to information relating to the calls, including information relating to the requirements for participation and the selection process, as well as the template or criteria for correcting the tests. Nor must there be any problem in granting access to the claimant to the data that are his or her own. However, with regard to information affecting third parties who have participated in the selection process, and given the circumstances that occur in the specific case, the complainant has only the right of access to the requested information with regard to persons who have passed the personal interview phase, as information relevant to the control of the selection body's action and to the defence of his or her interests.
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