Basic Principles chapter 6 de

National law – DE– Legal system – module 6

The   basic   principles   of   German   (and   EU)  data  protection  and  security  allow  a  comprehensive  appraisal  of  what  needs  to  be regarded, when using personal data.

  • Personal data must be processed fairly and lawfully.
  • Personal data must be collected for explicit and legitimate purposes and must be used accordingly.
  • Personal data must be relevant and not excessive in relation to the legitimate purpose.
  • Personal data must be accurate and if necessary kept up to date.
  • The concerned individual (data subject) must be able to rectify, erase or block incorrect data.
  • Personal data must not be kept longer than necessary.
  • Personal data must be protected by appropriate technical and organizational measures against unauthorized or  unlawful processing, accidental loss and destruction.
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