Privacy Guarantor Report: 2019 that has been

Privacy Guarantor Report: 2019 that has been
The title of the annual report published by the Privacy Guarantor indicates "2019", but the text cannot, for obvious reasons, not take into account what has happened over the past few months, destabilizing for our country not only in terms of health and economics. The authority has repeatedly called into question to comment on issues such as emergency management, distance learning and report cards, the INPS disaster and the Immuni app to which it has given its green light.

Italy, privacy and "digital humanism"

The document ranges from data breaches (1,443 data breaches notified in twelve months) to practices for the hidden profiling of users up to potential threats posed by players increasingly present in our territory such as the social network TikTok particularly popular among the younger age groups. The security measures implemented by platforms, businesses and public administrations are also under observation.

The activity of the Guarantor was then structured into initiatives aimed at countering the phenomena of cyberbullying and aggressive telemarketing, raising awareness on threats such as ransomware and on the protection of the right to be forgotten for some years now present throughout Europe. Below is an excerpt from the speech of the President, Antonello Soro.

... in this identity claim of "digital humanism", data protection takes on an increasingly irreplaceable function of safeguarding the rule of law, in the face of continuous tensions imposed by the synergy of technique, power and even emergency, being an instrument of governance not only of individual identity, but also of humanity with respect to computing power.

we Close with some figures taken from the report that summarize well the activity of the Guarantor in the last year:

232 the measures of the collegiate adopted; more than 8,000 of the evidence provided to complaints and reports; 46 opinions concerning acts, regulations and administrative provisions; 33 those made pursuant to the transparency regulations; 9 communications relating to the news of a criminal offence relating to failure to comply with the provisions, false statements and abusive access to information systems with 36 ordinances-court order; 147 inspections; more than 15.800, the feedback provided to questions arising from the activities of the public report. Source: Privacy Guarantor

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