France ALDE

Nathalie Griesbeck

Country: France
Group: Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE)
Party: Mouvement Démocrate (MODEM)

Member of Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs
Substitute of Transport and Tourism

Overview Nathalie Griesbeck

Amendments: 15
...stronger: 8
...weaker: 5
...neutral: 2

Amendments by Nathalie Griesbeck

(23) The principles of protection should apply to any information concerning an identified or identifiable personnatural person, even after his or her death. To determine whether a person is identifiable, account should be taken of all the means likely reasonably to be used either by the controller or by any other person to identify the individual. The principles of data protection should not apply to data rendered anonymous in such a way that the data subject is no longer identifiable.
(23a) The identification numbers issued by States should be regarded as personal data.
(25a) Medical consultations, the provision of healthcare, diagnoses and the provision of medical treatment all entail the collection and processing of personal data. A patient’s decision to seek medical care should be regarded as one giving explicit consent to the collection and processing of personal data.
(57a) Opt-out lists consist of the names of persons who have expressed the wish not to receive advertising or targeted commercial messages and are managed by professional organisations or consumers’ associations. The public authorities should strongly encourage firms to use these lists. In the context of the use of personal data for direct marketing purposes, the consumer should always be told whether or not the firm in question has signed up to an opt-out list. The information should include details of the purpose of the list and the procedure for joining it.
(77a) With a view to the more effective mutual recognition of certificates concerning the storage of health data and the establishment of a European certification mechanism, the European Data Protection Committee should draw up, in cooperation with national supervisory authorities, guidelines and recommendations for the harmonisation of national health data storage certification systems.
(ha) the rights and mechanisms which can be exercised or used in order to object to or prevent the processing of personal data and, in particular, the existence or otherwise of an opt-out list and its characteristics.
(ba) within a reasonable period after the data subject has reached the age of 18.
(da) the data are collected for the purposes of historical, statistical or scientific research, in accordance with the provisions of Article 83, and the requirement to provide information laid down in paragraphs 1 to 4 proves impossible to comply with or would require disproportionate efforts in the light of the imperatives of the research in question, in particular in terms of the quantity of data processed and the public interest being pursued.
1. Each controller and processor and, if any, the controller's representative, shall maintain regularly updated documentation of all processing operations under its responsibility.
5. Where the controller is a public authority or body or an authority or body responsible for performing a public interest task, and where the processing results from a legal obligation pursuant to point (c) of Article 6(1) providing for rules and procedures pertaining to the processing operations and regulated by Union law, paragraphs 1 to 4 shall not apply, unless Member States deem it necessary to carry out such assessment prior to the processing activities.
3a. The controller or processor shall guarantee the data protection officers entitlement to training in line with his or her duties.
3a. Member States and the Commission shall encourage the harmonisation of health data hosting certification and the creation of a European certification mechanism. The European Data Protection Board shall, in accordance with Article 66, establish guidelines and recommendations within a reasonable period with a view to the harmonisation within the Union of health data hosting certificates, promoting a high level of health data protection and ensuring the interoperability of certification mechanisms.
5a. Member States shall ensure that children enjoy the rights provided for in Articles 73 to 75. Should children be involved in the procedures provided for in Articles 73 to 75, Member States shall as far as possible provide specific guarantees, in particular as regards legal assistance.
(c) other reasons of public interest in areas such as social protection, especially in order to ensure the quality and cost- effectiveness of the procedures used for settling claims for benefits and services in the health insurance system., and in the context of tasks defined by the laws of the Member States in the area of social protection.
1a. If the further processing of data for the purposes of historical, statistical or scientific research is consistent with a very significant public interest, and provided that the conditions and guarantees laid down in this article are complied with, it shall not be subject to the requirement laid down in Article 5(1)(b).