PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA FOR INDIVIDUALS ON THE TERRITORY OF THE UNION OF EUROPE
Cuvinte cheie:personal data (D.C.P.), privacy protection of individuals in the U.S., existence of a uniform practice, established at European Commission level
RezumatSince 25 May 2018, with the entry into force of the General data Protection Regulation, all companies and organizations operating in the EU have the same set of data protection rules, wherever they are based. Due to stricter data protection rules:
- citizens have more control over their personal data;
- companies enjoy a level playing field.
The new General data Protection Regulation of the European Union ("GDPR") is an evolving extension of the data Protection Directive 95/46/EC issued by the European Commission in 1995. The main purpose of this is to unify and strengthen data protection for EU citizens. It also sets new rules for the export of data outside the EU. It is important we know that the GDPR takes into account only personal data: names, email addresses, telephone numbers, marital status, banking and medical information, location data, IP addresses, photos, as well as personal photos and posts on social networks.
Its main aims are:
- reduction of the amount of personal data collected,
- deletion of unnecessary data,
- restriction of access to personal data,
secure personal data.
Alexe I., Ploeşteanu N., Protecţia datelor cu caracter personal, Editura Universitară, Bucureşti, 2017.
Ploeşteanu N., Protecţia datelor cu caracter personal, Modele şi formulare, Editura Universitară, Bucureşti, 2019.
Muşat & Asociaţii, Ghid practic de implementare GDPR, https://concordcom.ro/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/1-Bogdan-Mihai-Regulament-679_2016_Ghid-final.pdf (accesat mai 2021).
*** LEGE nr. 190 din 18 iulie 2018.
https://www.legeagdpr.ro/(accesat iulie 2021).
https://decalex.ro/(accesat august 2021).
http://xstreamreports.com/gdpr/(accesat august 2021).
https://www.dataprotectionromania.ro/(accesat iulie 2021).