The Council has taken into account the enumeration principles of the agreement. Their purpose is to ensure that a natural person understands what he agrees with. This indicates that the agreement must be voluntary, specific, inconspicuous and unambiguous, and the request for agreement must be expressed in clear and plain language. The agreement must be expressed in the form of a confirmatory action, e.g. by marking the field of selection on the website or signing the form.
If you are in agreement with the processing of the persons concerned, you can only process them in the cells in which the agreement is expressed. You must also allow agreement to be reached.
Providing comprehensive information
In the way, you need to inform natural persons about those who also pay personal data on their topic. You need to keep the following information as follows:
- who you are
- long-term personal data
- on what kind of law
- who wipes the data (in the case of cases).
In some cases you must also:
- file the contact details of the data protection inspector (in case of cases)
enter into the interests of the company, if the processing of the data is based on such a
- legal basis
- to involve the means used to search for data in the EU
- submit a data retention district
- to inform about the rights of a natural person bound by the protection of his or her data (ie the right of access to data, to their execution, to the right, to limit their reprocessing;
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- provide statutory statutory obligations or agreements conducting the transfer of data
in the case of automated decision-making, inform the decision-making principles, their designation and consequences.
This information must be presented in clear and plain language.
Special rules concerning children.If you provide personal data for children at the base of the agreement, for example, when using an account in social media or an account to download materials from the Internet, you must first obtain the agreement of the parents, e.g. sending the message to the parent or owner. The age of the person recognized as a child depends on her place of employment; it is from 13 to 16 years.
The right of access to data and the transmission of data
You must ensure that natural persons have the right to free access to their personal persons. If they make such a request, they shall in particular:
- inform them that you will personalize their data
- inform them about the processing process (cell, personal categories, subscribers, etc.)
- order them a copy of the transferred personal data (in the final formation).
In the event of the transfer of data on the basis of agreement or agreement, a natural person may also request the return of such persons or transfer them to another undertaking. It is so-called. the right to transfer data. You are sure to order the data in the most common formations that come to the reading of the machine.
The right to execute data and the right to accept
A natural person who considers that his or her personal data are irregular, incomplete or inadmissible shall have the right to be excluded from freeing or embezzlement.If you have mentioned or relieved personal data that have previously made available to others, you have to inform about all the recipients of such data. In the event that unjustified personal data are made available, it shall also be compulsory to inform anyone who has introduced such taxes of the error of making this disproportionate shipment.
A natural person may also at any time take over the transfer of his or her personal data in a particular cell, provided that the law of the transfer in question is based on the interest or assignment carried out in the public interest. If your interest is not superior to the interest of a natural person, you must stop the transfer of the persons concerned.
A natural person may also request the restriction of the transfer of his or her persons to the time of establishment, which is of superior interest. In the case of direct marketing, on the one hand, you are also required to stop processing personal data on behalf of a natural person.