Legal aspects of incident reporting and data collection : Fear of the Dark?. Meeting on “ Incident Reporting in Radiotherapy ” 3rd of September – Federal Agency for Nuclear Control. 1. Clear up misunderstanding: scope of our Data Protection Act. Privacy (1). Data Protection (2). …. ….
Legal aspects of incident reporting and data collection :Fear of the Dark?
Meeting on “Incident Reporting in Radiotherapy”
3rd of September – Federal Agency for Nuclear Control
Protection of privacy(1) in relation to the processing of personal data (2)
Act 10/4/1990 concerning private security, Act 18/7/1991 concerning private detectives, Data Protection Act, Camera Act, Act 30/6/1994 concerning telephone tap,...
Anonymous data = data that cannot be related to an identified or identifiable person and that is consequently not personal data
Encoded data = personal data that can only be related to an identified or identifiable person by means of a code
the name of the processing
the categories of data being processed (not the data themselves)
any possible legal or regulatory basis for the processing
the categories of recipients to whom the data may be disclosed
the safeguards established for disclosure to third parties
the way in which the data subjects are informed of the processing
the person the data subjects may address to exercise their right of access and the measures taken to facilitate this
the categories of data intended to be transferred abroad, the countries of final destination and the reason why the data are transferred even if the destination countries do not ensure an adequate level of protection
the period of time after which the data must no longer be stored used or disseminated
organizational and technical security measures
F.e.: every exchange of personal data by or to the E-health platform