The Executive becomes GDPR 25 may 2018 and will anyone collects data from the European economic area (SEE) and citizens of the European Union and #8217;.
COS & #8217; is GDPR?
The General data protection regulation (GDPR) is a data protection regulation designed to harmonize laws on data throughout Europe, empower people by providing more control over their data and redefining the way companies process personal data. Personal data is now defined more broadly as any information relating to privacy, an individual's professional or public including name, home address, Photo, e-mail address, bank details, browsing activities, post on social networks, medical information, including & #8217; IP address. In essence, any information that can be used to identify an individual is now defined as Personal data.
What rights do users have?
Entitlement & #8217; oblivion, also known as deletion of data, authorizes l & #8217; interested in ensuring that the controller erase personal information from its systems and processes l & #8217; further dissemination of data or l & #8217; data processing.
The right of access It is a right for the persons concerned to obtain from the holder the confirmation of treatment & #8217; whether or not personal data concerning them, where and for what purpose as well as being able to see the data that a company can have on & #8217; topic .
The right of portability is the right to receive personal data concerned #8217; & concerning him and has the right to transmit such data to another controller.
The right to amend and correct is the right to obtain from the controller the rectification without delay of inaccurate personal data concerning him.
The right to submit a complaint is the right of every interested person to file a claim with a single supervisory authority.
The right to withdraw consent has the right to revoke or grant consent easily. The motivation of the request must be clear and distinguishable from other issues and provided in a form that is intelligible and easily accessible, using a clear and explicit.