Amendment LIBE #2987

Article 81 – Paragraph 2+

2a. Where the data subject is required to give consent for the processing of personal data relating to health, the option of broad consent should be available. Member States may in any case provide for exceptions to the requirement of consent for the use of personal data for research, as referred to in paragraph 2, with regard to research that serves a high public interest. Such exemptions for processing shall be subject to a requirement that it be carried out if reasonable using anonymised or pseudonymised data. Data must be anonymised or pseudonymised under the highest technical standards and all necessary measures shall be taken to prevent re-identification of the data subjects.

Current Data Privacy Rating is : weaker    Baroness Sarah Ludford United Kingdom ALDE    Charles Tannock United Kingdom ECR


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