Amendment LIBE #2491

Article 43+

Article 43a Transfers not authorised by Union Law 1. Any judgment of a court or tribunal and no decision of an administrative authority of a third country requiring a controller or processor to disclose personal data shall only be recognized or be enforceable in any manner, on the basis of and in accordance with a mutual assistance treaty or an international agreement in force between the requesting third country and the Union or a Member State. 2. Where a judgment of a court or tribunal or a decision of an administrative authority of a third country requests a controller or processor to disclose personal data, the controller or processor and, if any, the controller's representative, shall notify the supervisory authority of the request without undue delay and must obtain prior authorisation for the transfer by the supervisory authority in accordance with Article 34. 3. The supervisory authority shall assess the compliance of the requested disclosure with the Regulation and in particular whether the disclosure is necessary and legally required in accordance with points (d) and (e) of paragraph 1 and paragraph 5 of Article 44. 4. The supervisory authority shall inform the competent national authority of the request. The controller or processor shall also inform the data subject of the request and of the authorisation by the supervisory authority. 5. The Commission may lay down in an implementing act the standard format of the notifications to the supervisory authority referred to in paragraph 2 and the information of the data subject referred to in paragraph 4 as well as the procedures applicable to the notification and information. Those implementing acts shall be adopted after requesting an opinion of the European Data Protection Board, in accordance with the examination procedure referred to in Article 87(2).

Current Data Privacy Rating is : stronger    Marie-Christine Vergiat France GUE/NGL    Cornelia Ernst Germany GUE/NGL


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