Amendment LIBE #907

Article 6 – Paragraph 1+

1a. The legitimate interests of the controller as referred to in paragraph 1 point (f) may override the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject, only if: (a) processing of personal data takes place as part of the exercise of the right to freedom of expression, the media and the arts, within the limits of Union or national law; (b) processing of personal data is necessary for and proportionate to the enforcement of the legal claims of the data controller or of third parties on behalf of whom the data controller is acting in relation to a specific identified data subject, or for preventing or limiting damage by the data subject to the controller, given that these legal claims are not manifestly unreasonable; (c) processing of personal data takes place in the context of professional business-to- business relationships and the data were collected from the data subject for that purpose and the processing shall be limited to the business-to-business relationship in which the data were originally collected; (d) processing of personal data is necessary for registered non-profit associations, foundations and charities, recognised as acting in the public interest under Union or national law, for the sole purpose of collecting donations.

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

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