Data processing includes all actions and activities concerning information about a person. Personal data processing is allowed only in specific situations and is listed exhaustively in the General Data Protection Regulation.
Data processing activities can include:
- data collection
- disclosure and otherwise making your data available to other persons
An example of a data record and storage is the inclusion of your name, identity code and address in the Register of Inhabitants of Latvia, so that public authorities can contact you where needed.
An example of data disclosure is where your employer disseminates a list which includes the date of birth and mobile phone numbers of other employees between employees.
Articles 25, 26, 28-32, 34, 36
Applicable as of 25 May 2018
Articles 4 (2), 5-6, 9-10, 85-89
16 February 2000
9 October 2015
See Summary on case law regarding the access to data
(2019-2019), pages 44-49
Joint publication by the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights and the Council of Europe