PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION ACT 2000 OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC

The Czech Personal Data Protection Act 2000 (the “Act”) is designed to protect personal data that is processed by state authorities, territorial self-administration bodies, and other public authorities, including natural and legal persons. As such, the Act imposes a number of obligations upon persons who collect and manage personal data and bestows rights upon the owners of personal data.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What are the primary duties of parties who collect data?
Does the obligation of confidentiality established under the Act apply to unidentified and general information?
Under what circumstances will a controller be exempt from liability due to breaches of the Act?

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