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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.
The regulations on the protection of personal data would enable, for the purpose of tax management, the communication of data with tax significance to the Tax Administration through a procedure to request the information, in each specific case, when it refers to a specific person or set of people, such as creating a specific mailbox to address requests. On the other hand, in the absence of a general provision establishing this, the regulations would not enable the periodic supply of information. In cases where the protection regulations enable the communication of data, it is not necessary to inform the people affected by the communication to the Tax Administration, in accordance with what is set out. With regard to communication with the aim of improving annual market forecasts and studies, and to complement the information system on the market, it will be necessary to be aware of the provisions of the additional provision of the Tax Code of Catalonia.
The installation of a video surveillance system inside the classrooms of municipal kindergartens could be proportionate in the face of reasonable indications of the possible commission of a serious illegal act by a person working any of the children, exceptionally and for a limited time, and provided that information is provided in accordance with article 89 of the LOPDGDD. The person in charge, however, would not have sufficient legitimacy to install this system so that parents and/or legal guardians can view live images of the activities carried out by their children.
- SECTORIAL AREA
- PERSONAL DATA
- Child data
- Employees' data
- FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
- Rights of honour, privacy and self-image
- HABEAS DATA RIGHTS
- Right of information
- Public administration
- Local administration
- Impact assessment
- Lawfulness principle
- In the public interest or in the exercise of official authority
- Data minimization principle
- VIDEO SURVEILLANCE
The councilors' access to personal data included in the Municipal Register of Inhabitants may be enabled when, taking into account the specific purposes of the Register, access is necessary and provided for the development of the control functions of the activities of the municipal corporation, or other functions that may be attributed to the councilor, in the terms provided for in the LRBRL. It is not justified for the councilor to access the municipal register of inhabitants to configure the electoral program of the municipal group in relation to the tax ordinances, to perform the relevant calculations, identifying the people who are registered there.
The Foundation's communication to families and students aged over 14 years of information on activities of external entities may have sufficient legal basis in the legitimate interest (art. 6.1.f) GDPR), provided that it refers to activities or entities linked to or related to the nature of the Foundation's schools, and provided that the Foundation applies the specific guarantees set out in the V Legal Foundation of this opinion.
Advertising of the identification of persons who sign the collaboration and cooperation agreements of the Government of Catalonia
The transparency regulation lays down the minimum content to be disseminated in respect of the partnership agreements by limiting it, as regards personal data, to information on the name and surname of persons acting on behalf of the parties that sign them.
The municipal policy for the use of digital information systems and devices must cover clear rules on the management to be made of the personalised corporate email account, and on the access to the information contained in it, both for the purpose of ceasing the employment relationship and in the event of temporary absence of the worker. It must also include specific provisions regarding the proper use of information systems by its staff and the control that the City Council can make of them to ensure their safety and good functioning. With regard to requests for access to and copying of e-mails by ex-workers, the observations made in this opinion must be taken into account.
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.
Prior consultation regarding the impact assessment for the installation of video surveillance cameras on the uniforms of workers in the blue zone
The treatment that is the object of the AIPD presented would go against what is established by the RGPD, given that the person responsible for the treatment does not have a legal basis that legitimizes video surveillance on public roads.
The installation of a video surveillance system in municipal property buildings intended for social rental could have as its legal basis Article 6.1.e of the GDPR, justified in the competences attributed to municipalities by local regulation and housing regulations in the field of social housing and Article 22.1 of the LOPDGDD, insofar as the system of video surveillance cameras is installed in enclosed and delimited spaces and is intended to preserve the safety of persons and goods, as well as their facilities. The controller must draw up a Memory, in the terms of Article 10 of the Instruction 1/2009, which describes in detail the characteristics of the treatment to be carried out and the weighting required to determine whether the measure exceeds the proportionality judgment. If the measure goes beyond the proportionality judgment, the city council could instruct the local police to control the cameras of the video surveillance system.