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From 25 May 2018 the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation EU 2016/679) will replace national laws in terms of privacy. This regulation will be implemented in the same way in all Member States of the European Union without adaptation options. Its aim is, In fact, to harmonize the regulation governing the processing of personal data between Member States.

In the new Regulation, a Personal Data "any information relating to an individual's information, connected to his life is deprived, both professional and public [...] as names, Photo, email addresses, banking details, interventions on social networking websites, medical information or IP addresses of computers "

General principles the GDPR:

  • Lawfulness and fairness of treatment towards the person concerned: the treatment is lawful only when the data subject has given his consent.
  • Transparency: how personal data is collected must be easily accessible and understandable.
  • Purpose limitation of data: These must be collected for specified purposes, explicit and legitimate purposes and subsequently must be treated in a way that is compatible with those purposes.
  • Minimizing the use of data: these must be adjusted, relevant and limited to what is necessary to achieve the purposes for which they are collected and processed.
  • Accuracy of data: must be accurate and up to date.
  • Limitation of conservation: the data should be kept for the time necessary to achieve the purposes for which they are processed.
  • Integrity and confidentiality: the data should be treated with adequate security.

The new regulation also explains better two concepts that were already in the Personal data protection code:

  • Privacy by Default: companies should treat personal data only to the extent necessary and sufficient for the intended purpose. At a glance, the need to protect the privacy of citizens must be default, that is a default.
  • Privacy by Design: in "draw " a new business process, It should always and in any case provide for the part that concerns the protection of data. At a glance, It emphasizes the need to protect the data from the design of computer systems that include the use.
  • notices for customers
  • template for capturing customer consent
  • Data protection – information for customers

This article will provide general guidelines on the new regulation. For more detailed information refer to the help of the data protection Commissioner Italian: link: