in accordance with Articles 13 and 14 DSGVO
What do information obligations mean in the context of the GDPR?
Art. 13/14 GDPR
According to Art. 13 and 14 of the GDPR, data subjects must be informed about the processing of personal data. If data controllers process personal data disclosed by customers, all subsequent processes involving this data must be openly communicated.
Customers and interested parties have the right to know what happens to the disclosed data.
The legislator is clear and unambiguous about the provision of information to data subjects. The motto is: precise and in an easily accessible form as well as in clear and simple language.
In practice, however, implementation very often looks different: Frustration and lack of understanding dominate the preparation process.
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All other data processing, apart from website or social media channels, thus flow into the “general catch basin”.
This variant proves to be very advantageous, since only a small effort and no recurring steps are required. Moreover, it is convenient and, in addition to the high time savings, also cost-effective. The persons affected are informed in a data protection-compliant manner, but are not flooded with data notices – win-win situation.
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FAQ - Data subject rights
The core purpose of the information requirements is to create transparency. On the basis of this, the user has the opportunity to actively decide which personal data should be disclosed and which should rather be protected from inspection. Overall, this applies both to direct data collection and to data collection by means of third parties.
The information obligations therefore apply to all persons (internal & external) from whom personal data is processed. Roughly speaking, the following groups of persons can be identified:
- External (suppliers, service providers, etc.)
- Website visitors
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