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THE PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA IN CONTEXT NEW SLOVAK LEGAL ACT

Abstrakt:

The data protection ranks among the fundamental rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution of the Slovak Republic. The processing of personal data of individuals forms part of the labor relations. It is necessary in all processing operations that employers ensure the protection of personal data of their employees on the required level and that they would not provide information on personal data without the consent of involved person. This thesis analyses the Slovak legal regulation of personal data protection with regard to the obligations of the employers to protect the personal data of their employees. The employers are obliged within the framework of fulfilment of legal obligations in relation to various state authorities (social security authority tax authorities) and other entities to process personal data of the employees. The result of the analysis is that the protection of personal data of individuals in Slovakia is ensured at a high level and complies with the European standards.

Autor: Daniela NOVÁČKOVÁ

Vydanie: 2018/4     Strany: 56-62     Klasifikácia JEL:

Kľúčové slová: Data protection, fundamental right, right to be forgotten, independent authority

Sekcia: HUMAN RESOURCES AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

Kontakty:
Prof. JUDr. Daniela Nováčková, PhD.
Faculty of Management
Comenius University
Odbojárov10
820 06 Bratislava
e-mail: daniela.novackova@fm.uniba.sk


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