The use of surveillance by video means requires compliance with certain requirements and guarantees from the system owner / manager, regarding the processing and protection of personal data collected through it, which are regulated by Law no. 133 of July 8, 2011 on the protection of personal data.
Opinion of the National Center for Personal Data Protection regarding personal data processing in electoral process CNPDCP, February 19, 2019
The right to vote, the right to be elected, and the right to inviolability of privacy are constitutional and fundamental rights. Order in which the National Center for Personal Data Protection of the Republic of Moldova, in exercising its jurisdiction as guarantor of compliance with personal data protection, having as premise the last reasoning, receiving a series of complaints that crystallize the existence of a problem of capitalization pragmatic approach to the principles of personal data protection during the election period, disseminates the following institutional reaction for prevention and information: Full text of the Opinion of the National Center for Personal Data Protection regarding the processing of personal data in the electoral process
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Aspects regarding the practice of submitting to the materials of the files examined by the courts, of the documents that integrate personal data of natural persons, which are not covered in the examined case.
The National Center for Personal Data Protection of the Republic of Moldova (CNPDCP) communicates that in its activity it was notified about the practice of submitting to the materials of the files examined by the courts, as evidence, documents containing personal data of natural persons, who are not covered in the case examined by the court, respectively, as the existence of a causal link between the disclosed personal data and the examined case is not identified.
According to the case filed in the lawsuit, documents containing personal data (name, surname, IDNP, date and number of the contract, contracted amount, debts) of an imposing number of persons who had no tangent to the case were attached. under examination in court. Consequently, the CNPDCP notified itself pursuant to art. 27 para. (4) of the Law on the protection of personal data regarding the non-conformities mentioned above, in order to conduct a broader investigation into all the circumstances regarding the legality of the processing of personal data.