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For questions about freedom from unsolicited observation, or the collection, use and distribution of private information.

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Personal Data is any Data that either on its own or when cross-referenced with other Data allows the univocal Identification of a Natural Person. So for the company towards which you register to get …
answered Jun 7 by Rui Freitas Serrano
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Before you start Processing Personal Data (collecting; storing; accessing; processing; sharing) you must have a defined Lawful Base to do it. If it is an App and people will download it themselves, t …
answered Jul 1 by Rui Freitas Serrano
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Cookies are 3rd party pieces of software that may gather Data that you are unaware of, so disabling the IP addresses on your end side, does not mean Privacy Assurance. You need to have a proper …
answered May 25 by Rui Freitas Serrano
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They would basically be out of Business and the owners in prison in a very short time frame since they are breaching almost everything there is ruled under the Law in terms of Privacy... …
answered May 31 by Rui Freitas Serrano
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The Company needs to ensure the identification of the person who provides the Personal Data as the Data Subject (as per Article 13) or, when the Data is known by the company to have been gathered from …
answered Jun 21 by Rui Freitas Serrano
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Personal Data is any Data that either on its own or when cross-referenced with other Data enabled the univocal identification of a Natural Person. So, in the same way, your Car license plate if Perso …
answered May 29 by Rui Freitas Serrano
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Under GDPR Personal Data is any Data that either on its own (e.g. a photograph) or when cross-referenced with other Data enables to univocally identify one given natural person. If user generated con …
answered May 26 by Rui Freitas Serrano
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One of GDPR Lawful Bases for Processing Personal Data (and that means Collect; Access; Store; Process and Share) is Consent. Companies must have documented proof of Consent as per defined under GDPR …
asked Jun 13 by Rui Freitas Serrano
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Within the company premises/ office/ shop, as long as there is a two-factor authentication (e.g. phone number and email, not only phone number) it is a matter of Service requirements versus Data Subje …
answered May 25 by Rui Freitas Serrano
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I wouldn't worry about it too much... you are not a company nor did you share PERsonal Data with 3rd parties (the ones who got it did so under a context that the Data Subject had defined), therefore G …
answered May 31 by Rui Freitas Serrano
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Under GDPR the principle of Data Minimization rules that companies should not keep Personal Data that is irrelevant towards the fulfillment of a given service they render you. So, YES, you can "hide"/ …
answered Jun 8 by Rui Freitas Serrano
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Just that simple question: Is a Blood sample considered Personal Data under GDPR?
asked May 31 by Rui Freitas Serrano
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Well, thank you for all your feedback... Now the answer :) A Blood Sample is NOT Personal Data, however, it is something similar to a biological Hard Drive, meaning a repository which contains ide …
answered Jun 1 by Rui Freitas Serrano