It is recommended that all personal data that may be disclosed at the time of the establishment of the institution be identified, where possible and in the event of application. The institution can then determine whether each element represents « personal data » within the meaning of Section 3 of the Data Protection Act (note: some information is excluded from the definition of use and disclosure, for example. B information about the position or duties of a public official). For more information, please refer to the definition of « personal data » (section 6.2) In accordance with the TBS Data Protection Impact Assessment Directive, institutions are required to conduct a data protection impact assessment when a new program or service involves the collection, use or disclosure of personal data, or if significant changes are made to an existing program or service. These include the exchange of personal data between legal systems. A data protection impact analysis will help ensure that information exchange activities comply with data protection law and that steps are taken to reduce potential data protection risks. This type of agreement is appropriate when the police are either required or invited to regularly share information with others, whether for legal or police purposes. « One of the challenges of the territorial community is to promote data exchange and cooperation between several agencies and organizations at several levels of public, private and associative organizations. The interchangeable and successfully collaborating field of interchangeable data is based on the adoption of guiding principles, the identification of best practices and the recognition of challenges that may include political, scientific and technological issues. (National Geospatial Advisory Committee, 2011) If personal data is required by federal law, the institute has no discretion – it must share. Another problem raised by the International ISA is that anti-terrorism legislation abroad carries potential privacy risks. This could mean, for example, that a foreign law could circumvent the restrictions or reservations imposed by the public body for the continued use or disclosure of personal data. Many countries have anti-terrorism laws and security measures that are similar to those of the U.S.

PATRIOT Act. In such cases, a federal institution may impose additional conditions on the recipient. B, such as the separation of disclosed data from its other records or the Council of Canada, where the information is to be disclosed in accordance with foreign law, if possible. Section 8 of the Data Protection Act states that personal data cannot be disclosed under the control of a state body without the consent of the person to whom such information relates, unless disclosure is authorized under paragraph 8 (2). This subsection of the Act describes thirteen situations in which personal data can be transmitted without consent. All sub-parties 8, paragraph 2, advertising provisions are discretionary. Other types of personal data within the meaning of sections 69, 69.1 and 70 of the Data Protection Act are also excluded from the scope of the law. This information would therefore not be disclosed in response to a formal request under the Data Protection Act. Sections 69 and 70 provide that the law does not apply: the decision to disclose personal data must be made by the designated decision-maker in accordance with the legal authority provided by the Disclosure Authorization Act. The agreement on the exchange of information on local territory under the Derbyshire Partnership Forum Information Sharing Protocol between the Derbyshire Council, Schools and Academies has been reviewed and fully updated to comply with RGPD and Data Protection Act 2018, in accordance with the terms of the agreement