What are the conditions for processing special category data?

What are the conditions for processing special category data?

What are the conditions for processing?

  • (a) Explicit consent.
  • (b) Employment, social security and social protection law.
  • (c) Vital interests.
  • (d) Not-for-profit bodies.
  • (e) Made public by the data subject.
  • (f) Legal claims and judicial acts.
  • (g) Substantial public interest.
  • (h) Health or social care.

What is special cat9 data?

Special category data is personal data that needs more protection because it is sensitive. In order to lawfully process special category data, you must identify both a lawful basis under Article 6 of the UK GDPR and a separate condition for processing under Article 9.

Does the customer have right to withdraw consent?

Article 7(3) says: “The data subject shall have the right to withdraw his or her consent at any time. The withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal. Prior to giving consent, the data subject shall be informed thereof.

What counts as processing personal data?

Common types of personal data processing include (but are not limited to) collecting, recording, organising, structuring, storing, modifying, consulting, using, publishing, combining, erasing, and destroying data.

How many conditions must be met for a company to process personal data?

At a glance You must have a valid lawful basis in order to process personal data. There are six available lawful bases for processing. No single basis is ‘better’ or more important than the others – which basis is most appropriate to use will depend on your purpose and relationship with the individual.

Is biometric data special category?

All biometric data is personal data, as it allows or confirms the identification of an individual. Biometric data is also special category data whenever you process it “for the purpose of uniquely identifying a natural person”. This means that biometric data will be special category data in the vast majority of cases.

What is ISS GDPR?

Article 8 of the UK GDPR applies where you are offering an information society service (ISS) directly to a child. Where the child is below the age of 16 years, such processing shall be lawful only if and to the extent that consent is given or authorised by the holder of parental responsibility over the child.

Is DOB sensitive personal data?

GDPR establishes a clear distinction between sensitive personal data and non-sensitive personal data. Examples of non-sensitive data would include gender, date of birth, place of birth and postcode. Although this type of data isn’t sensitive, it can be combined with other forms of data to identify an individual.

How do you collect consent?

Obtaining consent involves explaining the research and assessing participant comprehension using a consent document, usually a written consent form or information sheet, as a guide for the verbal explanation of the study.

Qu’est-ce que l’article 60?

Loi du 3 juillet 1978 relative aux contrats de travail. On parle d’un travail “article 60” parce qu’il est prévu par l’article 60 de la loi organique des CPAS.

Pourquoi parle-t-on d’un travail article 60?

On parle d’un travail “article 60” parce qu’il est prévu par l’article 60 de la loi organique des CPAS. Selon cet article, le CPAS doit essayer de trouver ou donner un travail aux personnes qui doivent prouver une période de travail pour avoir droit à certaines allocations sociales (allocations de chômage notamment).

Qu’est-ce que le contrat de travail article 60?

Le contrat de travail article 60 représente une des aides que le CPAS peut apporter à une personne sans revenu et/ou sans aide familiale. Attention, cette aide n’est pas un droit « automatique ».

Qu’est-ce que le contrat Article 61?

Les emplois prestés sous contrat article 61 concernent plutôt des contrats dont les employeurs sont des associations (ASBL) avec lesquelles le CPAS a signé une convention de partenariat spécifique. Si l’employeur est une ASBL, elle doit avoir des finalités sociales et/ou culturelles.