The data sharing framework aims to address these concerns by proposing a common syntax for data sharing to help companies define basic practices. This focuses on four areas: the data exchange strategy; Legal and regulatory considerations Technical and organizational considerations and operational data exchange. These requirements include data exchange requirements, use cases that can be assessed by organizations, technical models, and processes for transparency during and after data exchange. Other enforcement measures: the Commission has published numerous enforcement measures against organisations for breaching their data protection obligations under the PDPA. In these cases, these were a variety of PDPA violations, most of which involved unauthorized access or disclosure of personal data. The commission`s sanctions on these organisations have varied and have included fines, instructions and warnings. The seriousness of the Commission`s instructions depended on several factors, including the extent of the infringement, the corrective measures taken and the cooperation of the relevant organisation with the Commission in its investigations. In general, financial sanctions have been imposed on organisations involved in major offences or organisations that have not cooperated with the Commission. In addition, organizations were challenged when evaluating the data they held and were concerned that the disclosure of their data would reveal trade secrets or result in a loss of competitiveness for their businesses. The data protection authority contains a number of offences, including: (i) unauthorized access to personal data or modification of personal data; (ii) altering, falsifying, concealing or destroying personal data for the purpose of evading a request for access or rectification; (iii) the Commission`s disability or disability; and (iv) to provide the Commission with incorrect information, knowingly or lightly.
The penalty for a misdemeanor includes fines of up to 100,000 s. and imprisonment of up to three years. It also contains the concept of data intermediaries (a concept similar to that of processors). If a data intermediary processes personal data in writing with an organization and for the purposes of that organization as part of a contract, it is largely excluded from the PDPA and is subject only to the security and retention obligations it contains. There are many good reasons to exchange and use data: the framework helps organizations define a number of basic practices by providing a common „data-sharing language“ and by proposing a systematic approach to general thinking on creating reliable partnerships for data exchange. It contains content from existing PDPC guides on anonymization and transmission of personal data, new materials such as a data assessment guide for data sharing, and legal models for sharing contractual data. When using the framework, organizations are also guided by the regulatory considerations and contractual, technical and operational guarantees necessary to conclude a data exchange agreement. Data intermediaries who process personal data under a contract with and for the purposes of an organization are largely exempt from the PDPA and are subject only to the security and retention obligations provided for. The Commission has published a guide containing examples of data protection clauses by organisations that sponsor services related to the processing of personal data (for example.B.