The essay analyzes the issue of the treatment and exchange of data between public administrations through the use of new technologies. The paper also examines the problems related to the processing of personal data by public administrations regarding the right to privacy of citizens. The first part of the essay highlights the positive aspects of data processing by public administrations through new technologies. In particular, it has been demonstrated that both the treatment (also by collecting data in a data base) and the communication ore exchange of data between public administrations have a positive effect on the efficiency of the administrative action and implements the principle of good administration envisaged by European law. The second part of the essay is dedicated to the analysis of national laws (Privacy Code, Legislative Decree 196/2003) and European regulations (EU General Data Protection (GDPR), Regulation 2016/679) which protect and guarantee the right to privacy. These rules limit the processing of personal data of citizens also by public administrations. There are different limits, provided for by Italian and European regulations, according to the types of processing of personal data that the Public Administrations put in place and according to the type of personal data (common or sensitive personal data). Finally, the essay highlights some comments, even critical ones, on the rules contained in the European Regulation in view of the forthcoming approval of a national legislative text that modifies the Legislative Decree 196/2003.

Trattamento e scambio di dati e documenti tra Pubbliche Amministrazioni, utilizzo delle nuove tecnologie e tutela della riservatezza tra diritto nazionale e diritto europeo / S.M.A. D'Ancona. - In: RIVISTA ITALIANA DI DIRITTO PUBBLICO COMUNITARIO. - ISSN 1121-404X. - 2018:3/4(2018), pp. 587-627.

Trattamento e scambio di dati e documenti tra Pubbliche Amministrazioni, utilizzo delle nuove tecnologie e tutela della riservatezza tra diritto nazionale e diritto europeo

S.M.A. D'Ancona
2018

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The essay analyzes the issue of the treatment and exchange of data between public administrations through the use of new technologies. The paper also examines the problems related to the processing of personal data by public administrations regarding the right to privacy of citizens. The first part of the essay highlights the positive aspects of data processing by public administrations through new technologies. In particular, it has been demonstrated that both the treatment (also by collecting data in a data base) and the communication ore exchange of data between public administrations have a positive effect on the efficiency of the administrative action and implements the principle of good administration envisaged by European law. The second part of the essay is dedicated to the analysis of national laws (Privacy Code, Legislative Decree 196/2003) and European regulations (EU General Data Protection (GDPR), Regulation 2016/679) which protect and guarantee the right to privacy. These rules limit the processing of personal data of citizens also by public administrations. There are different limits, provided for by Italian and European regulations, according to the types of processing of personal data that the Public Administrations put in place and according to the type of personal data (common or sensitive personal data). Finally, the essay highlights some comments, even critical ones, on the rules contained in the European Regulation in view of the forthcoming approval of a national legislative text that modifies the Legislative Decree 196/2003.
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