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Rights of the Individual

One of the aims of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is to empower individuals and give them control over their personal data. The GDPR has a chapter on the rights of data subjects (individuals) which includes the right of access, the right to rectification, the right to erasure, the right to restrict processing, the right to data portability, the right to object and the right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing.

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24
Apr
2018

Multi-source Feedback Reviews - Council

Prior-checking Opinion regarding multi-source feedback reviews for managers (360º evaluation) at Directorate for Human Resources and Personnel Administration of the Council of European Union (Case 2018-0170)

19
Mar
2018

Online manipulation and personal data

Opinion on online manupulation and personal data.

Available languages: German, English, French
15
Dec
2017

EU High Level Advisers programme in Moldova – EEAS / EC

The EU High Level Advisers programme in Moldova aims to draw on the experience of expert senior officials in EU Member States to help Moldova meet its commitments related to agreements with the EU. The programme is run by the Commission and the EU Delegation in Moldova. A service provider helps to implement the programme in Moldova. The candidate High Level Advisers are selected by the Commission and the Delegation and after the endorsement by Moldovan authorities are recruited by the service provider. In consultation with the Moldovan authorities, the service provider annually evaluates the High Level Advisers on their performance. Following this, the Delegation decides whether to extend the High Level Advisers' contracts. All this entails the processing of personal data by the Commission, the Delegation, the service provider and Moldovan authorities.
The Commission and the Delegation are the co-controllers for the processing of personal data in the High Level Advisers programme and need to clearly define their respective obligations. They should also set up a framework for exchanging the personal data of candidate and recruited High Level Advisers with the Moldovan authorities. The Delegation needs to clarify their respective data protection obligations with the service provider. The candidate and recruited High Level Advisers need to be properly informed about how their personal data is processed in the EU High Level Advisers programme in Moldova.

5
Sep
2017

Remuneration policies and credits - ECB

Prior check opinion regarding remuneration policies and credits to senior officials of significant entities supervised by the ECB (Case 2017-0358)

Available languages: German, English, French