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According to the opinion No. 6 / 22.07.2016 of the Personal Data Protection Authority, the collection explicitly imposed by the provisions of article 173 of law 4389/2016 from the point of view of protection of personal data is constitutionally tolerated ” Where are you from? ”instruments of the additional financial data required by the persons liable to submit declarations with these provisions. Additional financial data, the processing of which is perfectly legal “as it serves the transparency of political and public life”, include cash in bank vaults as well as the total amount of cash not included in deposits, in banks, in savings banks and other credit institutions.

On the contrary, it was judged by the Personal Data Protection Authority that the collection by the above bodies of the additional assets of the high value mobile phones, if their value exceeds the amount of € 30,000 and the mobile phones kept in lockers protection of personal data (no. 9A S.) not imposed by clear and predictable in the way of calculation and the consequences provisions “.

In addition, it was judged that the posting on the internet of the additional assets of the high value mobile phones, if their value exceeds the amount of € 30,000 and the cash not included in deposits, in banks, savings banks and other credit institutions, if their total exceeds the amount of € 15,000, also constitutes a restriction of the individual right to the protection of personal data (no. 9A S.), as it exposes these persons to a manifest risk of their personal security and that of their family members as well as security of their private and family life and property.

The collection of additional assets is constitutionally tolerated
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