Data protection by design on the ground of a general data protection regulation
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Each member of the information society generates, often quite involuntarily, noticeable amounts of data being closely related to them. The range of such data may be extremely extensive as it may encompass the details on the geographical positioning, the data regarding the network behaviours or the data on ID numbers for the devices used. Hence, there exists a more and more intensified and permanent risk of the right for privacy , one of the most fundamental human right, being infringed on. Data controllers attempt to enter any personal data which are easily accessible due to the operational peculiarities applicable to various technological solutions. Such actions may infringe on the rights included into the charter of fundamental rights, namely the right for privacy and the right for personal data protection. Consequently, the data controllers remain under obligation to carry out a series of duties within the area of personal data protection that are related to appropriate technical and organisational means being applied in order to achieve full legal compliance on the matter. Privacy protection remains a complicated process involving the interactions from various areas including the law, software engineering, cycle management or ethics. One of the legal solutions to be introduced by the general data protection regulation is , the so called, “privacy by design” model. The following publication is intended to present the privacy by design model on the ground of the general data protection regulation.
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