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The data subject may also be assisted by a person of his/her choice.3.

The rights as per Section 7, where related to the personal data concerning a deceased, may be exercised by any entity that is interested therein or else acts to protect a data subject or for family-related reasons deserving protection.4.

172 of 18 February 1992 and subsequently amended, concerning support for victims of extortion;c) by parliamentary Inquiry Committees set up as per Article 82 of the Constitution;d) by a public body other than a profit-seeking public body, where this is expressly required by a law for purposes exclusively related to currency and financial policy, the system of payments, control of brokers and credit and financial markets and protection of their stability;e) in pursuance of Section 24(1), letter f), as regards the period during which performance of the investigations by defence counsel or establishment of the legal claim might be actually and concretely prejudiced;f) by providers of publicly available electronic communications services in respect of incoming phone calls, unless this may be actually and concretely prejudicial to performance of the investigations by defence counsel as per Act no.

397 of 7 December 2000;g) for reasons of justice by judicial authorities at all levels and of all instances as well as by the Higher Council of the Judiciary or other self-regulatory bodies, or else by the Ministry of Justice;h) in pursuance of Section 53, without prejudice to Act no. In the cases referred to in paragraph 2, letters a), b), d), e) and f), the Garante, also following a report submitted by the data subject, shall act as per Sections 157, 158 and 159; in the cases referred to in letters c), g) and h) of said paragraph, the Garante shall act as per Section 160.4.

14 of 3 February 2003, setting out provisions to ensure compliance with obligations related to Italy’s membership in the European Communities (Community Act of 2002), HAVING REGARD to Act no.

675 of 31 December 1996 as subsequently amended, HAVING REGARD to Act no.

Section 1 (Right to the Protection of Personal Data)Section 2 (Purposes)Section 3 (Data Minimisation Principle)Section 4 (Definitions)Section 5 (Subject-Matter and Scope of Application)Section 6 (Regulations Applying to Processing Operations)CHAPTER I — RULES APPLYING TO ALL PROCESSING OPERATIONSSection 11 (Processing Arrangements and Data Quality)Section 12 (Codes of Conduct and Professional Practice)Section 13 (Information to Data Subjects)Section 14 (Profiling of Data Subjects and Their Personality)Section 15 (Damage Caused on Account of the Processing)Section 16 (Termination of Processing Operations)Section 17 (Processing Operations Carrying Specific Risks)CHAPTER II — ADDITIONAL RULES APPLYING TO PUBLIC BODIESSection 18 (Principles Applying to All Processing Operations Performed by Public Bodies Section 19 (Principles Applying to the Processing of Data Other Than Sensitive and Judicial Data)Section 20 (Principles Applying to the Processing of Sensitive Data) Section 21 (Principles Applying to the Processing of Judicial Data) Section 22 (Principles Applying to the Processing of Sensitive Data as well as to Judicial Data)CHAPTER III — ADDITIONAL RULES APPLYING TO PRIVATE BODIES AND PROFIT-SEEKING PUBLIC BODIESSection 23 (Consent)Section 24 (Cases in Which No Consent Is Required for Processing Data)Section 25 (Bans on Communication and Dissemination)Section 26 (Safeguards Applying to Sensitive Data)Section 27 (Safeguards Applying to Judicial Data)CHAPTER I — SECURITY MEASURESSection 31 (Security Requirements)Section 32 (Specific Categories of Data Controller)CHAPTER II — MINIMUM SECURITY MEASURESSection 33 (Minimum Security Measures)Section 34 (Processing by Electronic Means)Section 35 (Processing without Electronic Means)Section 36 (Upgrading)CHAPTER I — IN GENERALSection 46 (Data Controllers)Section 47 (Processing Operations for Purposes of Justice)Section 48 (Data Banks of Judicial Offices)Section 49 (Implementing Provisions)CHAPTER II — CHILDRENSection 50 (Reports or Images Concerning Underage Persons)CHAPTER III — LEGAL INFORMATION SERVICESSection 51 (General Principles)Section 52 (Information Identifying Data Subjects)CHAPTER I — IN GENERALSection 53 (Scope of Application and Data Controllers)Section 54 (Processing Mechanisms and Data Flows)Section 55 (Specific Technology)Section 56 (Safeguards for Data Subjects)Section 57 (Implementing Provisions)CHAPTER I — ACCESS TO ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDSSection 59 (Access to Administrative Records)Section 60 (Data Disclosing Health and Sex Life)CHAPTER II — PUBLIC REGISTERS AND PROFESSIONAL REGISTERSSection 61 (Use of Public Information)CHAPTER III — REGISTERS OF BIRTHS, DEATHS AND MARRIAGES, CENSUS REGISTERS AND ELECTORAL LISTSSection 62 (Sensitive and Judicial Data)Section 63 (Interrogation of Records)CHAPTER IV — PURPOSES IN THE SUBSTANTIAL PUBLIC INTERESTSection 64 (Citizenship, Immigration and Alien Status)Section 65 (Political Rights and Public Disclosure of the Activities of Certain Bodies)Section 66 (Taxation and Customs Matters)Section 67 (Auditing and Controls)Section 68 (Grants and Certifications)Section 69 (Honours, Rewards and Incorporation)Section 70 (Voluntary Organisations and Conscientious Objection)Section 71 (Imposition of Sanctions and Precautionary Measures)Section 72 (Relationships with Religious Denominations)Section 73 (Other Purposes Related to Administrative and Social Matters)CHAPTER V — SPECIFIC PERMITSSection 74 (Car Permits and Access to Town Centres)CHAPTER I — IN GENERALSection 75 (Scope of Application)Section 76 (Health Care Professionals and Public Health Care Bodies)CHAPTER II — SIMPLIFIED ARRANGEMENTS CONCERNING INFORMATION AND CONSENTSection 77 (Simplification)Section 78 (Information Provided by General Practitioners and Paediatricians)Section 79 (Information Provided by Health Care Bodies)Section 80 (Information Provided by Other Public Bodies)Section 81 (Providing One’s Consent)Section 82 (Emergency and Protection of Health and Bodily Integrity)Section 83 (Other Provisions to Ensure Respect for Data Subjects’ Rights)Section 84 (Data Communication to Data Subjects)CHAPTER III — PURPOSES IN THE SUBSTANTIAL PUBLIC INTERESTSection 85 (Tasks of the National Health Service)Section 86 (Other Purposes in the Substantial Public Interest)CHAPTER IV — MEDICAL PRESCRIPTIONSSection 87 (Drugs Paid for by the National Health Service) Section 88 (Drugs Not Paid for by the National Health Service)Section 89 (Special Cases)CHAPTER V — GENETIC DATASection 90 (Processing of Genetic Data and Bone Marrow Donors)CHAPTER VI — MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONSSection 91 (Data Processed by Means of Cards)Section 92 (Clinical Records)Section 93 (Certificate of Attendance at Birth)Section 94 (Data Banks, Registers and Filing Systems in the Health Care Sector)Section 98 (Purposes in the Substantial Public Interest)Section 99 (Compatibility between Purposes and Duration of Processing)Section 100 (Data Concerning Studies and Researches)CHAPTER II — PROCESSING FOR HISTORICAL PURPOSESSection 101 (Processing Arrangements)Section 102 (Code of Conduct and Professional Practice)Section 103 (Interrogating Documents Kept in Archives)CHAPTER III — PROCESSING FOR STATISTICAL OR SCIENTIFIC PURPOSESSection 104 (Scope of Application and Identification Data for Statistical or Scientific Purposes)Section 105 (Processing Arrangements)Section 106 (Codes of Conduct and Professional Practice)Section 107 (Processing of Sensitive Data)Section 108 (National Statistical System)Section 109 (Statistical Data Concerning Birth Events)Section 110 (Medical, Biomedical and Epidemiological Research)CHAPTER I — IN GENERALSection 111 (Code of Conduct and Professional Practice)Section 112 (Purposes in the Substantial Public Interest)CHAPTER II — JOB ADS AND EMPLOYEE DATASection 113 (Data Collection and Relevance)CHAPTER III — BAN ON DISTANCE MONITORING AND TELEWORKSection 114 (Distance Monitoring)Section 115 (Telework and Home-Based Work)CHAPTER IV — ASSISTANCE BOARDS AND SOCIAL WORKSection 116 (Availability of Data under the Terms Agreed upon with Data Subjects)CHAPTER I — INFORMATION SYSTEMSSection 117 (Reliability and Timeliness in Payment-Related Matters)Section 118 (Commercial Information)Section 119 (Data Concerning Payment of Debts)Section 120 (Car Accidents)CHAPTER I — ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION SERVICESSection 121 (Services Concerned)Section 122 (Information Collected with Regard to Subscribers or Users)Section 123 (Traffic Data)Section 124 (Itemised Billing)Section 125 (Calling Line Identification)Section 126 (Location Data)Section 127 (Nuisance and Emergency Calls)Section 128 (Automatic Call Forwarding)Section 129 (Directories of Subscribers)Section 130 (Unsolicited Communications)Section 131 (Information Provided to Subscribers and Users)Section 132 (Traffic Data Retention for Other Purposes)CHAPTER II — INTERNET AND ELECTRONIC NETWORKSSection 133 (Code of Conduct and Professional Practice)CHAPTER III — VIDEO SURVEILLANCESection 134 (Code of Conduct and Professional Practice)CHAPTER I — IN GENERALSection 136 (Journalistic Purposes and Other Intellectual Works)Section 137 (Applicable Provisions)Section 138 (Professional Secrecy)CHAPTER II — CODE OF PRACTICESection 139 (Code of Practice Applying to Journalistic Activities)CHAPTER I — REMEDIES AVAILABLE TO DATA SUBJECTS BEFORE THE GARANTEI — GENERAL PRINCIPLESSection 141 (Available Remedies)II — ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDIESSection 142 (Lodging a Claim)Section 143 (Handling a Claim)Section 144 (Reports)III — NON-JUDICIAL REMEDIESSection 145 (Complaints)Section 146 (Prior Request to Data Controller or Processor)Section 147 (Lodging a Complaint)Section 148 (Inadmissible Complaints)Section 149 (Handling a Complaint)Section 150 (Measures Taken Following a Complaint)Section 151 (Challenging)CHAPTER II — JUDICIAL REMEDIESSection 152 (Judicial Authorities)CHAPTER I — THE GARANTE PER LA PROTEZIONE DEI DATI PERSONALISection 153 (The Garante)Section 154 (Tasks)CHAPTER II - THE GARANTE'S OFFICESection 155 (Applicable Principles)Section 156 (Permanent and Other Staff)CHAPTER III - INQUIRIES AND CONTROLSSection 157 (Request for Information and Production of Documents)Section 158 (Inquiries)Section 159 (Arrangements)Section 160 (Specific Inquiries)CHAPTER I - BREACH OF ADMINISTRATIVE RULESSection 161 (Providing No or Inadequate Information to Data Subjects)Section 162 (Other Types of Non-Compliance)Section 163 (Submitting No or an Incomplete Notification)Section 164 (Failure to Provide Information or Produce Documents to the Garante)Section 165 (Publication of Provisions by the Garante)Section 166 (Implementing Procedure)CHAPTER II - CRIMINAL OFFENCESSection 167 (Unlawful Data Processing)Section 168 (Untrue Declarations and Notifications Submitted to the Garante)Section 169 (Security Measures)Section 170 (Failure to Comply with Provisions Issued by the Garante)Section 171 (Other Offences)Section 172 (Additional Punishments)CHAPTER I - AMENDMENTSSection 173 (Convention Implementing the Schengen Agreement)Section 174 (Service of Process and Judicial Sales)Section 175 (Police)Section 176 (Public Bodies)Section 177 (Census Registers, Registers of Births, Deaths and Marriages, and Electoral Lists)Section 178 (Provisions Concerning the Health Care Sector)Section 179 (Other Amendments)CHAPTER II - TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONSSection 180 (Security Measures)Section 181 (Other Transitional Provisions)Section 182 (Office of the Garante)CHAPTER III - REPEALSSection 183 (Repealed Provisions)CHAPTER IV - FINAL PROVISIONSSection 184 (Transposition of European Directives)Section 185 (Annexed Codes of Conducts and Professional Practice) Section 186 (Entry into Force)A.1 — Processing of personal data in the exercise the exercise of journalistic activities A.2 — Processing of personal data for historical purposes A.3 — Processing of personal data for statistical purposes within the framework of the SI. 127 of 24 March 2001, enabling Government to issue a consolidated text on the processing of personal data, HAVING REGARD to Section 26 of Act no.

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Everyone has the right to protection of the personal data concerning him or her. This consolidated statute, hereinafter referred to as "Code", shall ensure that personal data are processed by respecting data subjects’ rights, fundamental freedoms and dignity, particularly with regard to confidentiality, personal identity and the right to personal data protection.2.If this Code applies, the data controller shall designate a representative established in the State’s territory with a view to implementing the provisions concerning processing of personal data.3.This Code shall only apply to the processing of personal data carried out by natural persons for exclusively personal purposes if the data are intended for systematic communication or dissemination.The processing of personal data shall be regulated by affording a high level of protection for the rights and freedoms referred to in paragraph 1 in compliance with the principles of simplification, harmonisation and effectiveness of the mechanisms by which data subjects can exercise such rights and data controllers can fulfil the relevant obligations. Information systems and software shall be configured by minimising the use of personal data and identification data, in such a way as to rule out their processing if the purposes sought in the individual cases can be achieved by using either anonymous data or suitable arrangements to allow identifying data subjects only in cases of necessity, respectively. For the purposes of this Code,a) "processing" shall mean any operation, or set of operations, carried out with or without the help of electronic or automated means, concerning the collection, recording, organisation, keeping, interrogation, elaboration, modification, selection, retrieval, comparison, utilization, interconnection, blocking, communication, dissemination, erasure and destruction of data, whether the latter are contained or not in a data bank;b) "personal data" shall mean any information relating to natural or legal persons, bodies or associations that are or can be identified, even indirectly, by reference to any other information including a personal identification number;c) "identification data" shall mean personal data allowing a data subject to be directly identified;d) "sensitive data" shall mean personal data allowing the disclosure of racial or ethnic origin, religious, philosophical or other beliefs, political opinions, membership of parties, trade unions, associations or organizations of a religious, philosophical, political or trade-unionist character, as well as personal data disclosing health and sex life;e) "judicial data" shall mean personal data disclosing the measures referred to in Section 3(1), letters a) to o) and r) to u), of Presidential Decree no.313 of 14 November 2002 concerning the criminal record office, the register of offence-related administrative sanctions and the relevant current charges, or the status of being either defendant or the subject of investigations pursuant to Sections 60 and 61 of the Criminal Procedure Code;f) "data controller" shall mean any natural or legal person, public administration, body, association or other entity that is competent, also jointly with another data controller, to determine purposes and methods of the processing of personal data and the relevant means, including security matters;g) "data processor" shall mean any natural or legal person, public administration, body, association or other agency that processes personal data on the controller’s behalf;h) "persons in charge of the processing" shall mean the natural persons that have been authorised by the data controller or processor to carry out processing operations;i) "data subject" shall mean any natural or legal person, body or association that is the subject of the personal data;l) "communication" shall mean disclosing personal data to one or more identified entities other than the data subject, the data controller’s representative in the State’s territory, the data processor and persons in charge of the processing in any form whatsoever, including by making available or interrogating such data;m) "dissemination" shall mean disclosing personal data to unidentified entities, in any form whatsoever, including by making available or interrogating such data;n) "anonymous data" shall mean any data that either in origin or on account of its having been processed cannot be associated with any identified or identifiable data subject;o) "blocking" shall mean keeping personal data by temporarily suspending any other processing operation;p) "data bank" shall mean any organised set of personal data, divided into one or more units located in one or more places;q) "Garante" shall mean the authority referred to in Section 153 as set up under Act no.

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