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Data Protection Act. Need;. DPA Questions x13 Bite size Video Poster DPA Flash Cards. Riddle – What am I?. What can you hold without ever touching or using your hands? Your breath. Clue. Today’s Lesson. Data Protection Act (1998) What Data is stored? Watch a short video;

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Need;
  • DPA Questions x13
  • Bite size Video
  • Poster DPA
  • Flash Cards
riddle what am i
Riddle – What am I?
  • What can you hold without ever touching or using your hands?
  • Your breath.

Clue

today s lesson
Today’s Lesson..
  • Data Protection Act (1998)
  • What Data is stored?
  • Watch a short video;
  • Gain information;
  • Create a poster;
  • Present the poster to the class.
data protection act 1998
Data protection Act (1998)
  • Unit 3 – L.O 2: Understand the issues related to the use of information.
  • P3 – Explain the issues related to the use of information.
  • M2 – Assess how issues related to the use of information affect an organisation.
information stored by kitchen staff
Information stored by kitchen staff
  • Name
  • Finger print
  • Date of birth
  • School year
  • Home address
  • Home phone number
  • Money left on your account

What’s good about using finger prints?

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Data Protection Act (1998)

  • What is the Data Protection Act (1998)and why was it created?
  • What are the eight principlesof the Data Protection Act?
  • Data Protection Act: What rights do we have?
  • What is an Information Commissioner, Data Controller andData Subject?
  • Are there any exemptions to the Data Protection Act?
bite size video
Bite size video
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/ict/legal/0dataprotectionandmisuse_act.shtml
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Data Protection Act (1998)

What is it and why was it created?

The Data Protection Act (DPA) is a law designed to protect personal data stored on computers or in an organised paper filing system.

It was created to protect individualsfrom misuse of this data.

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Data Protection Act (1998)

What are the eight principles of it?

  • Data must be kept secure;
  • Data stored must be relevant;
  • Data stored must be kept no longer than necessary;
  • Data stored must be kept accurate and up-to-date;

5. Data must be obtained and processed lawfully;

6. Data must be processed within the data subject rights;

7. Data must be obtained and specified for lawful purposes;

8. Data must not be transferred to countries without adequate data protection laws.

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Data Protection Act (1998)

What is an Information Commissioner, Data Controller and Data Subject?

Information Commissioner:Person who has the power to enforce the Act.

Data Controller:Person or Company that collects and keeps data about people.

Data Subject:Person who has data about them stored outside their direct control.

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Data Protection Act (1998)

What rights do we have as data subjects?

  • To be supplied with the data held about us;
  • To change incorrect data;
  • To prevent data being used about us if it will cause distress;
  • To stop databeing used in attempts to sell us something;
  • To use the law to gain compensation.
types of personal data
Types of Personal data
  • Some data and information stored on a computer is personal and needs to be kept confidential.
  • People want to keep their pay, bank details, and medical records private and away from the view of just anybody.
  • If someone who is not entitled to see these details can obtain access without permission it is unauthorised access.
  • The Data Protection Act sets up rules to prevent this happening.
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Data Protection Act (1998)

Are there any exemptions to the Data Protection Act?

  • Any data held for National Securityreasons e.g. MI5
  • Police can access personal information in order to solve crimes.
  • The taxman can access personal information to ensure people pay their tax!
  • Any data held for domestic purposesat home e.g. birthday lists, address books.
registration with the information commissioner
Registration with the Information Commissioner
  • Any organisation or person who needs to store personal information must apply to register with the Information Commissioner.
  • Data controllers must declare what information will be stored and how it will be used in advance. This is recorded in the register.
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Each entry in the register contains:

  • The data controller's name and address.
  • A description of the information to be stored.
  • What they are going to use the information for.
  • Whether the data controller plans to pass on the information to other people or organisations.
  • Whether the data controller will transfer the information outside the UK.
  • Details of how the data controller will keep the information safe and secure
task dpa 1998
Task – DPA (1998)
  • Using the notes you have made; create a poster targeted at ICT pupils aged 14 – 16.

A4

Use Bold for important words

Different fonts.

Large text

Have a theme

Easy to read

Make the important information clear!

Add images

plenary
Plenary
  • Flash Cards