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EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

Artikel 8 - Skydd av personuppgifter

Artikel 8 - Skydd av personuppgifter

1. Var och en har rätt till skydd av de personuppgifter som rör honom eller henne.

2. Dessa uppgifter ska behandlas lagenligt för bestämda ändamål och på grundval av den berörda personens samtycke eller någon annan legitim och lagenlig grund. Var och en har rätt att få tillgång till insamlade uppgifter som rör honom eller henne och att få rättelse av dem.

3. En oberoende myndighet ska kontrollera att dessa regler efterlevs.

  • Text:

    Denna artikel har grundats på artikel 286 i fördraget om upprättandet av Europeiska gemenskapen, Europaparlamentets och rådets direktiv 95/46/EG om skydd för enskilda personer med avseende på behandling av personuppgifter och om det fria flödet av sådana uppgifter (EGT L 281, 23.11.1995, s. 31), artikel 8 i Europakonventionen samt Europarådets konvention av den 28 januari 1981 om skydd för enskilda vid automatisk databehandling av personuppgifter, vilken ratificerats av samtliga medlemsstater. Artikel 286 i EG-fördraget ersätts nu av artikel 16 i fördraget om Europeiska unionens funktionssätt och artikel 39 i fördraget om Europeiska unionen. Noteras bör även Europaparlamentets och rådets förordning (EG) nr 45/2001 om skydd för enskilda då gemenskapsinstitutionerna och gemenskapsorganen behandlar personuppgifter och om den fria rörligheten för sådana uppgifter (EGT L 8, 12.1.2001, s. 1). Det direktiv och den förordning som nämns ovan innehåller villkor för och begränsningar av utövandet av rätten till skydd av personuppgifter.

    Source:
    Europeiska unionens officiella tidning C 303/17 - 14.12.2007
    Preamble - Explanations relating to the Charter of Fundamental Rights:
    Förklaringarna utarbetades ursprungligen på initiativ av presidiet för det konvent som utarbetade Europeiska unionens stadga om de grundläggande rättigheterna. De har uppdaterats på initiativ av Europeiska konventets presidium mot bakgrund av de justeringar av stadgetexten som gjorts av det senare konventet (särskilt artiklarna 51 och 52) samt unionsrättens vidare utveckling. Även om förklaringarna inte i sig har rättslig status, utgör de ett värdefullt tolkningsverktyg avsett att klargöra stadgans bestämmelser.
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