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Title:Posodobitev varstva osebnih podatkov v EU
Authors:Trobentar, Brigita (Author)
Hojnik, Janja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Varstvo osebnih podatkov je danes temeljna pravica, ki se je razvijala počasi, od neobstoječe pravice pa vse do pravice z izjemno širokom področjem uporabe. Zaradi tehnološkega napredka in razvoja novih storitev, trenutni predpisi o varstvu osebnih podatkov ne sledijo več temu napredku in s tem ne morejo nuditi zadovoljivih odgovorov na sodobne praktične dileme, posledično pa je s tem ogrožena tudi temeljna pravica do varstva osebnih podatkov vsakega posameznika, na katerega se osebni podatki nanašajo. Maja 2016 so bili v Uradnem listu Evropske unije objavljeni trije akti Evropskega parlamenta in Sveta, ki bodo v prihodnje določali status naših osebnih podatkov, pri čemer je potrebno izpostaviti Splošno uredbo o varstvu osebnih podatkov, katere namen je varstvo posameznikov in hkrati prost pretok podatkov znotraj EU. Nekatera področja bodo urejena bistveno drugače, kot so bila v dosedanji ureditvi, kar se bo zrcalilo predvsem v praksi - reforma prinaša t.i. pravico do pozabe, pravico do prenosljivosti, obveznost obveščanja o kršitvah in pravila glede obravnave kršitev, ki presegajo meje ene države članice, jasnejšo opredelitev posameznikovega soglasja k obdelavi osebnih podatkov, podrobneje so tudi opredeljene splošne obveznosti upravljavcev in obdelovalcev. Splošna uredba o varstvu osebnih podatkov predvideva tudi nadaljnjo širitev področja uporabe varstva podatkov EU v tretje države. V praksi bo zelo pomembno, kako bodo države članice pristopile k prenašanju novih določb v nacionalno zakonodajo ter katera področja obdelave osebnih podatkov bo posamezna članica še lahko uredila ločeno. Upamo lahko, da bo Slovenija še naprej ohranjala visoko raven varstva osebnih podatkov.
Keywords:varstvo osebnih podatkov, reforma varstva osebnih podatkov, Splošna uredba o varstvu osebnih podatkov, pravica posameznika, soglasje posameznika, upravljavec osebnih podatkov, Ščit zasebnosti, pravica do pozabe, pravica do prenosljivosti podatkov.
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:B. Trobentar]
Source:[Maribor
UDC:349.2:331.102.12(043.3)
COBISS_ID:5479211 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:VLUJHMWU
License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
This work is available under this license: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives 4.0 International
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Language:English
Title:Modernisaton of the EU General Data Protection Regulation
Abstract:Nowdays the protection of personal information is a fundamental right. It has developed slowly, from a non existant right to a right which can be used broadly. Because of the technological progress and the development of new services, the present regulation of protection of personal information can no longer follow this progress and can thus no longer offer a satisfactory answer to modern practical dilemmas. This means that people's safety is in question when it comes to the protection of their personal information. In May 2016 the Official Journal of the European Union published three acts of the European parliament and Council, which will dictate the status of our personal information. Specifically, the General data protection regulation is meant to protect individuals as well as to ensure the free flow of information inside the EU. Only time will tell if it will be successful. Some areas will be regulated very differently than they have been till now, which will best be shown during practical use. The reform brings the so called right to be forgotten, right to data portability, the duty of informing on violations, as well as protocol during it which encompass more than just one EU Member StATE, a more clear consent when an individual's personal information is being handled and finally, the general obligation of the controllers. The general regulation of personal information also foresees the expansion of this into third world countries. Practically, it will be very important how the Member States will implement the new regulation into their national legislation as well as which parts of it they will be able to handle on their own. We can only hope that Slovenia will continue to have a high level of protection when it comes to personal information and standards of privacy.
Keywords:protection of personal information, Privacy shield, reform of the protection of personal information, General data protection regulation, individual rights, individual consent, controller of personal information, right to be forgotten, right to data portability.


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