Change The Standard And Pattern Regulation 2004 - Stmv 2004 (Stmv 2004 Amendment)

Original Language Title: Änderung der Standard- und Muster-Verordnung 2004 – StMV 2004 (Novelle zur StMV 2004)

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306. Regulation of the Federal Chancellor, amending the Standard and Pattern Regulation 2004-StMV 2004 (amendment to StMV 2004)

Due to § 17 paragraph 2 Z 6 of the Data Protection Act 2000 (DSG 2000), BGBl. I n ° 165/1999, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I No 51/2012, shall be arranged:

The Standard and Pattern Ordination 2004-StMV 2004, BGBl. II. 312, as last amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 105/2011, shall be amended as follows:

1. Appendix 1 the line in the table of contents "SA024 Patient Management and Honorable Accounting" through the row "SA024 patient/client administration and remuneration bill of the health service providers" replaced.

2. Appendix 1 in the table of contents after the line "SA032 Video Monitoring" the rows "SA033 data transmission in the Group" , "SA034 Support statements of a European Citizens ' Initiative" and "SA035 Transparency of media co-operations as well as of advertising applications and funding for media owners of a periodic medium" .

3. Appendix 1 is the purpose of the data application in the default application "SA002 Personnel Management for Private Legal Services" :

" purpose of the data application:

Processing and transmission of data for wage, salary, remuneration and compliance with recording, information and reporting obligations, insofar as this is due to laws or standards of collective redress or work contractual obligations. Obligations are required in each case, including automative supported and archived text documents (such as e.g. Correspondence) in these matters. This application may be carried out by any contracting authority which employs private-sector workers, with the exception of staff who are covered by the specific applications of the public service providers;

Use and evidence of personal data of applicants when these data have been specified by the person concerned. "

4. Appendix 1 the default application "SA011 voter evidences, voter registers and voting lists" replaced by the following standard application, including the heading:

" SA011 voter evidences, voter registers and voting lists

Purpose of the data application:

A. Leadership of the voters 'evidences and lists of voters (for national and federal presidential elections) and voting lists (for referendums, referendum and referendums); preparation of the voters' registers for Landtags-, Municipal, district and mayoral elections as well as the voting lists for referendums, popular meetings and referendums on the basis of national legislation and the electoral rolls for the elections to professional Advocacy groups;

B. Evidence of the data of persons excluded from the right to vote (e.g. in accordance with § 22 of the National Council of the Electoral Regulations 1992 (NRWO), BGBl. No 471, as amended);

C. Evidences of nationals of another Member State of the European Union who participate in local elections in Austria (Union citizens ' rights) by the municipalities (municipal offices);

including auto-aided and archived text documents (such as correspondence) in these matters.

The legal bases of the application are, in particular, the following laws and regulations (in the current version):

Voters ' Rights Act 1973, BGBl. No. 601; National Council Electoral Regulations 1992 (NRWO), BGBl. No. 471; Federal Presidential Elections Act 1971, BGBl. No. 57; Volksabvocal Act 1972, BGBl. No. 79/1973; Volksdesires Act 1973, BGBl. No. 344; Law of the People's Liberation Act 1989, BGBl. No 356; national regulations on the conduct of state elections, municipal councils, district representatives and mayoral elections, referendums, referendum, referendums; elections to professional organisations of interest on the basis of federal and state authorities and national legislation.

Maximum allowable data retention:

In accordance with the statutory retention periods.

A. Voter evidences, voter lists and voting lists

A.1 Data of the application:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types (including history):

Receiver circles:

In the voter evidences of the

01

Order number

1-7, 9, 13

Municipality registered Austrians with

02

Area specific ID: Person identity and civil rights (ZP)

12

Main residence in Germany:

03

Letter/digit combination

---

04

Ingestion/Date of Arriv

6

05

Name

1-9, 11, 12, 13

06

Year of birth

1-9, 11, 12, 13

07

Birthday and Month

1, 2, 6-9, 12, 13

08

Gender

1-7, 9, 11, 13

09

Main residence (residential address)

1-9, 11, 12

10

Previous main residence

6, 7, 12

11

Regional constituency

1-7

12

Electoral race membership

1-7, 9, 13

13

Municipal name (municipal code number-GKZ)

1-7, 9, 11

14

Support for an electoral proposal (e.g. pursuant to Section 42 (3) of the NRWO or § 7 of the Federal Presidential Elections Act 1971)

---

15

Statements of support as well as signatures for referendums, referendums and popular encounters due to federal or national law provisions

6, 7

16

Exhibition of a voting card (e.g. in accordance with § 40 (1) NRWO)

7, 13

17

Service of a voting card in accordance with Section 9 (4) of the Electoral Act 1973)

---

18

Nullity of a postal ballot (e.g. in accordance with § 90 (1) NRWO)

7

19

The right to vote in the electoral process

6, 7, 9

20

Right of the voters ' register

3, 5, 7

21

Presentation note

6

22

New main residence

6, 7

In the voter evidences of the

23

Order number

1-7, 9, 13

Municipality registered Austrians with

24

Area specific ID: Person identity and civil rights (ZP)

12

Main residence in the

25

Ingestion/Date of Arriv

6

Abroad:

26

Name

1-7, 9, 10, 12, 13

27

Year of birth

1-7, 9, 10, 12, 13

28

Birthday and Month

1, 2, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 13

29

Gender

1-7, 9, 10, 13

30

Main residence abroad

1-7, 9, 10

31

Previous main residence

6, 7, 12

32

Reference address/connecting point pursuant to Section 2a (1) or (2) of the Voting Evidence Act 1973

1-7, 9, 10, 12

33

Email address

---

34

Regional constituency

1-7, 10

35

Electoral race membership

1-7, 9, 10, 13

36

Municipal name (municipal code number-GKZ)

1-7, 9, 10

37

Start and end of registration pursuant to § § 2 (3) and (2a) (4) of the Voting Evidence Act 1973

7

38

The right to vote in the electoral process

6, 7, 9

39

Right of the voters ' register

3, 5, 7

40

Support for an electoral proposal (e.g. pursuant to Section 42 (3) of the NRWO or § 7 of the Federal Presidential Elections Act 1971)

---

41

Statements of support as well as signatures for referendums, referendums and popular encounters due to federal or national law provisions

6, 7

42

Exhibition of a voting card (e.g. in accordance with § 40 (1) NRWO)

7, 13

43

Official delivery of an electoral card

---

44

Nullity of a postal ballot (e.g. in accordance with § 90 (1) NRWO)

7

45

Presentation note

6

46

New main residence

6, 7, 12

A.2 Receiver circles:

1

Persons who wish to convince themselves of the completeness and accuracy of the voter's evidences (Section 3 (1) of the Voting Evidence Act 1973);

2

Parties which are represented in general representative bodies and therefore have the right to transfer data from the voter's evidences (Section 3 (1) of the Elections Act 1973 and national legislation);

3

Parties which have the right to copy the voters ' registers (e.g. in accordance with § 27 of the NRWO);

4

Persons who inspect the voters ' registers or make copies within the time limit (e.g. in accordance with § 25 (3) NRWO);

5

Deliverable representatives, representatives who intend to submit nominations, pursuant to Section 5 (2) of the Federal Presidential Elections Act (Bundespresidential Elections Act) 1971;

6

Municipality in which the person concerned transfers his/her main residence for the purpose of the voter's evidency (§ 2 (2) and 9 (1) of the Voting Evidence Act 1973);

7

Electoral authorities or Introduction and collection authorities (in referendums and popular meetings);

8

Mayor for the creation of the jury and Schöffendirectories (Section 5 (1) of the jury and the Schöffengesetz 1990-GSchG, BGBl. No 256);

9

Federal Ministry of the Interior for the purposes of the electoral register (Section 3 (4) of the 1973 Voting Act);

10 *

Austrian representative authorities abroad (§ 39 NRWO);

11

Public opinion by the customer in the houses (§ 26 NRWO; § 10 para. 2 of the voters ' evidenceAct 1973 and national regulations);

12

Root-number register authority within the scope of its powers under the e-government law (E-GovG), BGBl. I No 10/2004;

13

Authorities issuing passports, other types of photographs or documents, for checking the identity of applicants for voting cards (§ 39 para. 1 NRWO).

B. Evidence of the persons excluded from the right to vote

B.1 Application data:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types:

Receiver circles:

Austrian

01

Order number

1, 2

Citizens who are in the voter evidency of the

02

Area specific ID: Person identity and civil rights (ZP)

3

Community registered

03

Ingestion/Date of Arriv

1

and of the right to vote

04

Name

1-3

are excluded:

05

Year of birth

1-3

06

Birthday and Month

1-3

07

Gender

1, 2

08

Main residence (residential address)

1-3

09

Previous main residence

1-3

10

Reference address/connecting point according to § 2a (1) or (2) of the voters ' evidenceAct 1973 (only with Austrians with a main residence abroad)

1-3

11

Regional constituency

1, 2

12

Electoral race membership

1, 2

13

Municipal name (municipal code number-GKZ)

1, 2

14

Start and end of registration pursuant to § § 2 (3) and (2a) (4) of the Voting Evidence Act 1973

1, 2

15

Support for an electoral proposal (e.g. pursuant to Section 42 (3) of the NRWO or § 7 of the Federal Presidential Elections Act 1971)

1, 2

16

Statements of support as well as signatures for referendums, referendums and popular encounters due to federal or national law provisions

1, 2

17

The right to vote in the electoral process

1, 2

18

Right of the voters ' register

1, 2

19

Exhibition of a voting card (e.g. in accordance with § 40 (1) NRWO)

1, 2

20

Presentation note

1, 2

21

New main residence

1-3

22

Duration of exclusion from the right to vote

1, 2

B.2 Receiver Circles:

1

The municipality in which the person concerned transfers his/her main residence for the purpose of the voter's evidency (Section 2 of the Voting Evidence Act 1973);

2

Electoral authorities to decide on the existence of an exclusion from the right to vote;

3

Root-number register authority within the limits of its powers under the E-GovG.

C. Citizenship of the Union

C.1 Application data:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types:

Receiver circles:

Citizens of another

01

Order number

1-4, 6, 8

Member States of the European Union

02

Area specific ID: Person identity and civil rights (ZP)

7

on the exercise of

03

Ingestion/Date of Arriv

1

Electoral law at

04

Name

1-7, 8

Local elections in the

05

Year of birth

1-7, 8

Voter evidences of the

06

Birthday and Month

1-4, 7, 8

Community registered

07

Gender

1-6, 8

are:

08

Nationality

1-3

09

Main residence (residence address)

1-7

10

Former main residence in Austria

1, 2, 7

11

Regional constituency

1-6

12

Electoral race membership

1-6, 8

13

Municipal name (municipal code number-GKZ)

1-6

14

Support for an electoral proposal

---

15

Exhibition of an electoral map

2, 8

16

Official delivery of a voting card (e.g. in accordance with Section 12 (4) of the EuWEG)

---

17

Invalidity of a postal vote

2

18

The right to vote in the electoral process

1-3

19

Right of the voters ' register

1, 2, 4

20

Presentation note

1

21

New main residence

1, 2, 7

C.2 Receiver circles:

1

the municipality in which the person concerned transfers his/her main residence for the purposes of the Union's national law;

2

Electoral authorities, where there is a federal or national law;

3

persons who wish to convince themselves of the correctness of the Union's national law, if they are provided for by national law or national law;

4

Electoral parties, where federal or state law is provided for;

5

Public opinion in the form of attacks on the announcement of an election and information on the state of the Union's national law, provided that the law provides for national or national law;

6

persons who inspect the voters ' registers within the time limit of the consultation, provided that they are provided for in national or national law;

7

A root-number register authority within the limits of its powers under the E-GovG;

8

Authorities issuing passports, other types of photographs or documents for the purpose of checking the identity of applicants for election cards. "

5. Appendix 1 the default application "SA012 Europe-voter evidences and voter registers" replaced by the following standard application, including the heading:

" SA012 Europe-voter evidences and voter registers

Purpose of the data application:

A. Management of the automation-supported Europe-voter evidences and the preparation of the voters ' registers;

B. Evidenceof the data of persons who are subject to the provisions of Section 3 (1) of the European Elections Act (EuWEG), BGBl. No 118/1996, which are excluded from the right to vote, by the municipalities (municipal offices);

including auto-aided and archived text documents (such as correspondence) in these matters.

The legal bases of the application are, in particular, the following laws (in the current version):

Federal Law on the Management of Permanent Evidence of Elections and Voting Rights in elections to the European Parliament (European Elections Act-EuWEG), Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). No 118/1996; Federal Law on the Election of Members of the European Parliament (European Electoral Regulations-EuWO), Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). No 117/1996.

Maximum allowable data retention:

Up to the legal obligation to delete from evidence.

A. Europe-voter evidences and voter registers

A.1 Data of the application:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types (including history):

Receiver circles

(see A.2):

In Europe,

01

Order number

1-5, 7, 8, 10

Voter evidences of the municipality

02

Area specific ID: Person identity and civil rights (ZP)

9

Austrians as well as

03

Ingestion/Date of Arriv

1

other EU citizens

04

Name

1-10

with main residence in

05

Gender

1-8, 10

Austria:

06

Year of birth

1-10

07

Birthday and Month

1-4, 8-10

08

Nationality

1-4, 8

09

Main residence (address)

1-9

10

Reference address/connecting point according to § 4 (1) or 2 of the EuWEG (EuWEG) with Austrians with a main residence abroad

1-3, 8, 9

11

Email address

---

12

Previous main residence

1, 8, 9

13

Regional constituency

1-5, 7, 8

14

Electoral race membership

1-5, 7, 8, 10

15

Municipal name (municipal code number-GKZ)

1-5, 7, 8

16

Start and end of registration in accordance with § 2 para. 3 and § 4 para. 4 EuWEG with Austrian residents with a main residence abroad

1-4, 8

17

Declaration by an Austrian with a principal residence in another Member State of the European Union pursuant to Section 2 (4) and Section 4 (7) of the EuWEG, that he intends to elect the members within the meaning of Art. 23a B-VG

---

18

Declaration by a non-Austrian citizen of the Union in accordance with Article 5 (1) of the EuWEG, that he wishes to elect members within the meaning of Article 23a B-VG and has the right to vote in the home Member State

1

19

Reference to the last entry in the voters ' register of the home country in the case of citizens of another EU Member State pursuant to Article 5 (2) of the EuWEG

1

20

The right to vote in the European Union

1-4, 8

21

Right of the voters ' register

5, 8

22

Exhibition of a voting card pursuant to § 28 (1) EuWO

8, 10

23

Official delivery of an electoral card

---

24

Invalidity of a postal vote

8

25

Note on the support of an electoral proposal in accordance with § 30 EuWO

---

26

Presentation note

1

27

New main residence

1, 8, 9

A.2 Receiver circles:

1

the municipality in which the person covered by the person is transferred to their main residence for the purposes of the European voter ' s evidency (pursuant to Article 2 (2) of the EuWEG);

2

Citizens of the Union who have access to the European voters ' evidences (§ 6 EuWEG);

3

Parties which are represented in general representative bodies of the European Union and who wish to inspect or make copies/copies of the European voters ' evidences (§ 6 EuWEG);

4

Federal Ministry of the Interior (by the competent country) for the purposes of the Central European voters ' evidences concerning Austrians with a main residence in another Member State of the European Union and non-Austrian citizens of the Union with Main residence in Austria (§ 13 para. 2 and 5 EuWEG);

5

Persons who view or make copies of the voters ' registers (Section 13 (3) of the EuWO);

6

Public opinion by customers in houses (§ 14 EuWO);

7

Parties who receive copies of the voters ' registers for the purpose of the election advertising (Section 15 (1) of the EuWO);

8

Electoral authorities (Section 22 (2) of the EuWO and § § 9 et seq. of the EuWEG);

9

Root-number register authority within the scope of its powers under the e-government law (E-GovG), BGBl. I No 10/2004;

10

Authorities issuing passports, other types of photographs or documents, for checking the identity of applicants for voting cards (Article 27 (1) of the EuWO).

B. Evidence of the persons excluded from the right to vote

B.1 Application data:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types (including history):

Receiver circles

(see B.2):

Citizens of the Union who

01

Order number

1, 2

Pursuant to Section 3 (1) of the EuWEG

02

Area specific ID: Person identity and civil rights (ZP)

3

Electoral law

03

Ingestion/Date of Arriv

1

excluded

04

Name

1-3

are

05

Gender

1, 2

06

Year of birth

1-3

07

Birthday and Month

1-3

08

Nationality

1, 2

09

Main residence (address)

1-3

10

Reference address/connecting point pursuant to § 4 (1) or (2) of the EuWEG

1-3

11

Previous main residence

1-3

12

Regional constituency

1, 2

13

Electoral race membership

1, 2

14

Municipal name (municipal code number-GKZ)

1, 2

15

Start and end of the registration period according to § 2 (3) and § 4 (4) of the EuWEG (Austrian Federal Republic of Germany) with residence abroad

1, 2

16

Declaration by an Austrian with a principal residence in another Member State of the European Union pursuant to Section 2 (4) and Section 4 (7) of the EuWEG, that he intends to elect the members within the meaning of Art. 23a B-VG

2

17

Declaration by a non-Austrian citizen of the Union in accordance with Article 5 (1) of the EuWEG, that he wishes to elect members within the meaning of Article 23a B-VG and has the right to vote in the home Member State

1, 2

18

Reference to the last entry in a voters ' register of the home Member State of a non-Austrian Union citizen pursuant to Article 5 (2) of the EuWEG

1, 2

19

The right to vote in the European Union

1, 2

20

Right of the voters ' register

1, 2

21

Exhibition of a voting card pursuant to § 28 (1) EuWO

1, 2

22

Note on the support of an electoral proposal in accordance with § 30 EuWO

1, 2

23

Presentation note

1, 2

24

New main residence

1-3

25

Duration of the exclusion from the right to vote according to § 3 of the EuWEG (Friestation von-bis)

1, 2

B.2 Receiver Circles:

1

the municipality in which the person covered by the person is transferred to their main residence for the purposes of the European voter ' s evidency (pursuant to Article 2 (2) of the EuWEG);

2

Electoral authorities;

3

Root-number register authority within the limits of its powers under the E-GovG. "

6. Appendix 1 the default application "SA021 Statistics of the Economic Chamber Organization" replaced by the following standard application, including the heading:

" SA021 Statistics of the Economic Chamber Organisation

Purpose of the data application:

Compilation of statistics within the meaning of § 71 of the Economic Chamber Act 1998 (WKG), BGBl. I n ° 103/1998, including automation-supported and archived text documents (such as correspondence) in this matter.

The legal bases of the application are, in particular, the following laws (in the current version) and the following Regulation (EC):

WKG; Federal Statistics Act 2000, BGBl. Regulation (EC) No 163/1999; Regulation (EC) No 177/2008 establishing a common framework for business registers for statistical purposes and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 2186/93, OJ L 327, 31.12.1993, p. No. OJ L 61, 5.3.2008, p. 6.

Maximum allowable data retention:

The data of the survey are kept in personal form only during the phase of data collection and control, in accordance with the conditions laid down by the Federal Statistics Act 2000. § 15 (5) of the Federal Statistics Act 2000 shall apply to the data to be transmitted to the organizations of the commercial economy pursuant to § 71 (1) WKG of the Federal Institute of Statistics Austria.

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types:

Receiver circles:

Members and other employers:

01

Serial number; serial numbers of connected units

1, 2

02

Space-specific Person Tag:

Economy (WT-WK)

3

03

Data for membership (e.g. membership number, membership start, assignment to subject groups, status)

1, 2

04

Before-and surname, akad. Degree/title, address/gender, company word according to the title, title of the legal entity

1-3

05

Address and NUTS code (Regulation (EC) No 1059/2003); object number and status in accordance with the Building and Housing Register Act (GWR-law), BGBl. I No 9/2004

1-3

06

Telephone, fax number and other information required for addressing, which are provided by modern communication technologies

1, 2 (if not expressly prohibited by the person concerned)

07

Contacts

1, 2

08

UID number

1, 2

09

UBR number, UBR number of connected units

1, 2

10

Company Book Number

1, 2

11

Economic activities (NACE, Chamber systematics) including changes

1, 2

12

Account number of the employer with the social security institutions including status data

1, 2

13

Type of activity and benefit programme

1, 2

14

Performance data, income and revenue

1, 2

15

Exports, Imports

1, 2

16

Data on expenditure and expenditure

1, 2

17

Data on Investments

1, 2

18

Data on wages and salaries, including non-wage labour costs, tax base and collective agreement

1, 2

19

Data on employment, working time, working volume

1, 2

20

Operating equipment data

1, 2

21

Location factors

1, 2

22

Demographic data (status, date of birth, date of access, etc.) together with changes

1, 2

23

Type of register unit including changes (legal unit, local unit, enterprise, group of companies)

1, 2

24

Type of unit (multi-operating company, single-operating company, ARGE, etc.)

1, 2

25

Data relating to the connection with other companies or Units (e.g. belonging to a group of companies, foreign participations)

1, 2

26

Revenue Control Message

1, 2

27

Obligation to establish balance sheet

1, 2

28

Quality of the foreign register data

1

Receiver circles:

1

Organizations of the commercial economy;

2

Bundesanstalt "Statistik Österreich" in accordance with § § 10 and 25a of the Federal Statistics Act 2000;

3

Root-number register authority within the scope of its powers under the e-government law (E-GovG), BGBl. I n ° 10/2004. '

7. Appendix 1 the default application "SA024 Patient Management and Honorable Accounting" replaced by the following standard application, including the heading:

" SA024 patient/client administration and remuneration bill of the health service providers

A. Patient Administration and Honorary Accounting of Doctors, Dentists and Dentists

Purpose of the data application:

Guided tour of patient files for documentation in accordance with § 51 Medical Law 1998 (ÄrzteG 1998), BGBl. 169, and § § 19 and 57 of the German Dental Doctors Act (ZÄG), Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). I n ° 126/2005; preparation of medical reports and fee calculation by doctors, dentists and Dentists, including automationally supported and archived text documents (such as correspondence) in these matters;

Processing and transmission of data from occupational radiation exposed persons from medical examinations.

The legal bases of the application are, in particular, the following laws and regulations (in the current version):

Provisions governing the exercise of medical or medical dental activity, such as PhysizteG 1998; ZÄG; Schulunterrichtsgesetz 1986 (SchUG), BGBl. No. 472; Army Fee Act 2001 (HGG 2001), Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). I n ° 31; Federal Report Obligations Act, BGBl. I n ° 65/2002; provisions concerning the reporting of results and the settlement of medical examinations, such as the Radiation Protection Act (StrSchG), BGBl. No 227/1969; General Radiation Protection Ordinance (AllgStrSchV), BGBl. II N ° 191/2006; Natural Radiation Sources Regulation (NatStrV), BGBl. II N ° 2/2008; Radiation Protection Ordinance (FlPStrSchV), BGBl. II No 235/2006; intervention regulation (IntV), BGBl. II No 145/2007;

Provisions on notifiable diseases, such as tuberculosis law, BGBl. No. 127/1968; Epidemiegesetz 1950, BGBl. No. 186; AIDS Act 1993, BGBl. No. 728; Gender-Diseases Act, StGBl. No 152/1945;

Provisions on the exercise and remuneration of the work as a medical expert, such as the Fees Act 1975, BGBl. 136; 1. Arms Law Implementing Regulation, BGBl. II No 164/1997.

Maximum allowable data retention:

The data of the patients are in accordance with § 51 (3) of the Medical Act 1998 and § 19 (3) of the ZÄG shall be kept for at least ten years. The data may be kept for up to 30 years after the last visit to the doctor, unless otherwise statutory retention periods, agreements or codes of conduct exist pursuant to § 6 (4) of the German Data Protection Act (DSG 2000). Furthermore, it is permissible to keep all data up to the end of any legal disputes in which the data is required as evidence.

A.1 Data of the application:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types (including history):

Receiver circles:

Patients (also

01

Patient number, log number

1-8

Subjects and vocationally

02

Names, previous names (name parts)

1-9

beam-exposed

03

Address

1-8

Persons who have undergone a medical examination):

04

Telephone and fax numbers and other information required for addressing, which are provided by modern communication technologies

1-8 (if not expressly prohibited by the person concerned)

05

Date of birth, birthplace

1-9, 11 (birthplace only in foreigners)

06

Nationality

1, 6, 7, 9

07

Gender

1-9

08

Membership of a school and class in the case of school-medical examinations

---

09

Social Security Number

1-9, 11

10

Social insurance institutions

1-4, 7, 8

11

Other social security data (in particular the name, date of birth and social security number of the main insured person, as well as the relative relationship with the main insured person in the case of co-insured patients)

1-4, 7, 8

12

Name and address of the employer of the main insured person

1-4, 7, 8

13

Name and address of the holder of the authorization/aircraft operator/of the person responsible according to NatStrV according to the IntV

7, 9, 11

14

Data relating to a private insurance relationship (insurer, police number, etc.)

1-4, 8

15

Other cost carrier data

1-4, 8, 9

16

Data on the declaration of the assumption of costs by a cost carrier

1-4, 8

17

Type of employment relationship (employee/self-employed and accident insurance/independent and non-accident insurance, including members of the Order/Student)

1, 9

18

Use of the client (time and type)

1, 2, 7, 8

19

Reason for the investigation (suitability, control, instant, final examination)

7, 9, 11

20

Prompting of the investigation (holder of the authorization, employer, authority)

---

21

Date of investigation

1, 9-11

22

Data for managing appointments and waiting lists

---

23

Medical condition of the person when taking care of advice or treatment

3-8

24

Special risk factors, such as allergies, activity-related influences, family disposition, activity carried out, category A/B/other

3-9, 11

25

Data on vaccinations

3-8

26

History of the disease and related findings

3-5, 7, 8

27

Information on medical and/or medical dental examination (family and home history; occupational history on the basis of actual work processes and conditions; general clinical examination; laboratory tests; further partial examinations)

1 (in the case of the competent institution of the accident insurance in accordance with § 37 para. 3 AllgStrSchV only the data on further examinations such as laboratory etc.), 3

28

Diagnoses (also foreign diagnoses) at the start of treatment and on completion

3-8

29

Expert opinions of the contracting authority (e.g. against employers)

6

30

Health assessment (outcome of the medical or medical examination) dental examination/control examination), certificates as defined in § 36 AllgStrSchV

3, 7, 9, 10

31

Disease progression

3-8

32

Additional data on notifiable diseases (contents of the mandatory registration forms)

7

33

Information to patients

3, 4, 8

34

Data on assignment or second-level data to specialists, laboratories, etc.

1-4, 8

35

Type and scope of the advisory, diagnostic or therapeutic services

1-4, 8

36

Data on the use of proprietary medicinal products and for the identification of these proprietary medicinal products and the respective batches within the meaning of Section 26 (8) of the Medicines Act, BGBl. No. 185/1983

1-4, 8

37

Prescription and delivery of medicines, remedies and aids

1-4, 8

38

Data for the billing of fees, drugs and laboratory tests

1-4, 8, 9

39

Fee exemptions

1-4, 8

40

Data for the billing of fees or charges for expert and expert's activity

6, 8

41

Consent of the person concerned to participate in health-pilot projects, structured health care programmes (e.g. disease management programmes) and pre-care and early detection programmes (e.g. national breast cancer screening programme)

1 (only to the extent necessary for the settlement and examination of the patient's entitlement to benefits)

Employer (also holder of consent):

42

Name and address of the employer of the main insured person

1-4, 7, 8

43

Name and address of the holder of the authorization

7, 9

Contact person (after

44

Name

---

Indication of the patient

45

Address

---

or subjects) or legal representative of the patient or subject:

46

Telephone and fax numbers and other information required for addressing, which are provided by modern communication technologies

---

47

Consent of the legal representative for treatment

---

A.2 Receiver circles:

1 *

social insurance institutions (including occupational health insurance funds) and other payers within the scope of their legal powers under laws or social security agreements;

2 *

Private insurance for the purpose of the settlement of the insurance claim;

3 *

Other physicians, dentists, dentists, representatives of other health professions and medical or social facilities in the treatment of which the patient is or who are second-patients, as well as pharmacies, with the consent of the patient;

4 *

Laboratories and other bodies carrying out investigations on behalf of the doctor, dentist or dentist;

5 *

Scientific institutions for research purposes, to the extent permitted by Section 46 of the German Data Protection Act (DSG 2000);

6

Contracting authorities for medical opinions, provided that the legal requirements for the preparation of the opinion are met;

7

Competent authority and for the protection of workers ' protection appointed authority in the presence of a legal notification requirement of the physician, dentist or Dentisten, eg in accordance with § 54 of the Medical Act 1998, § § 21 and 57 ZÄG, in accordance with § 363 paragraph 2 of the ASVG or in accordance with § 32 para. 5 StrSchG or § 37 AllgStrSchV, etc., to the extent that the message has to be made in a person-related form;

8 *

With the consent of the patient, in particular lawyers, courts, mediation bodies and patient attorneys, with the enforcement of the law, dispute settlement and clarification of complaints lodged by the patients and claims of the doctor's claims, provided that this is required by law;

9 *

Central dose register, Federal Ministry for Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management in accordance with § § 32 (5), 35a and 35e StrSchG, respectively. § § 37 (3), 92 (2) and Annex 5 lit. A and C AllgStrSchV;

10 *

Authorisation holder according to § 2 para. 4 StrSchG, aircraft operator according to FlPStrSchV, according to NatStrV committed or responsible person according to IntV;

11 *

Radiation protection law approval authority, if there is no reporting obligation of the physician (e.g. according to § 36 para. 4 AllgStrSchV).

B. Patients '/client administration and fee calculation of other freelance health service providers

Purpose of the data application:

Management of patient/client parties for documentation, preparation of expert opinions (insofar as the legal requirements for the preparation of an expert opinion are available) and fee calculation in the context of the professional practice of professional practice by members of the staff the upscale health and nursing service, healthcare professionals, health care professionals, music therapists, psychotherapists, clinical psychologists and health psychologists, and midwives, including automationsupported and archived Text documents (such as correspondence) in these matters.

The legal bases of the application are, in particular, the following laws (in the current version):

Provisions relating to the professional/independent pursuit of the profession in the field of health care (§ § 5 and 36 Health and Health Care Act (GuKG), BGBl. No. 108/1997; § § 9 and 19 of the Hebammen Act (HebG), BGBl. No 310/1994; § 7a and 11a of the MTD Act, BGBl. No. 460/1992; § § 3 and 46 Medical Mass and Medicinal Mass Act (MMHmG), BGBl. I n ° 169/2002; § § 12 and 30 Musiktherapiegesetz (MuthG), BGBl. I n ° 93/2008; § § 1 and 11 of the Psychotherapy Act, BGBl. No. 361/1990; § § 3 and 10 of the Psychologists Act, BGBl. No. 360/1990).

Maximum allowable data retention:

The data of the patients/clients shall be kept for at least ten years, unless otherwise stipulated by law (e.g. § 3 MMHmG; § 5 GuKG; § 9 HebG, § 11a MTD-Act, § 30 para. 4 MuthG). The data may be kept for up to 30 years after the last treatment/consultation, unless otherwise statutory retention periods, agreements or codes of conduct exist in accordance with § 6 para. 4 DSG 2000. Furthermore, it is permissible to keep all data up to the end of any legal disputes in which the data is required as evidence.

B.1 Application data:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types (including history):

Receiver circles:

Patient/Client of the

01

Patient/client number, log number

1-5

Contracting authority and

02

Names, previous names (name parts)

1-6

Patients/clients of

03

Address

1-6

Leading health service providers:

04

Telephone and fax numbers and other information required for addressing, which are provided by modern communication technologies

1-6 (if not expressly prohibited by the person concerned)

05

Dates of birth

1-6

06

Nationality

1, 4

07

Gender

1-6

08

Personal status

---

09

Social conditions (eg profession)

---

10

Social Security Number

1-6

11

Social insurance institutions

1-3, 5, 6

12

Other social security data (in particular the name, date of birth and social security number of the main insured person, as well as the relative relationship with the main insured person in the case of co-insured patients and data of the application on the basis of the Cost grant for the continuation of treatment/therapy)

1-3, 5, 6

13

Data relating to a private insurance relationship (insurer, police number, etc.)

1-3, 5

14

Other cost carrier data

1-3, 5

15

Data on the declaration of the assumption of costs by a cost carrier

1-3, 5

16

Use of the client (occasion, date, type and number of deliberations/treatment units/therapy units)

1, 2, 5, 6

17

Data for managing appointments and waiting lists

---

18

Condition of the person when taking care of advice or treatment

3-5

19

Anamnesis (family and home history, appréd sanamnesis)

---

20

Pre-treatments

---

21

Diagnoses (also foreign diagnoses) at the start of treatment and on completion

1, 3-6

22

Special risk factors (effects related to activity, familial disposition, activity carried out)

3-5

23

Expert opinions of the contracting authority (e.g. in relation to clients of expert opinions)

4

24

Treatment/counselling history, special events during treatment

3-5

25

Information on patients (in particular on health risks and protective factors in different stages of life, or
-situations) as well as reconnavations and any recommendations for supplementary clarification

3, 5

26

Information on the type, scope and methods (advisory, diagnostic and therapeutic services as well as care)

1-3, 5, 6

27

Data on the use of proprietary medicinal products

1-3, 5

28

Data for the settlement of fees, agreed fees and other other agreements within the scope of the treatment contract

1-3, 5, 6

29

Data for the billing of fees or charges for expert appraisal

4, 5

30

Value, sum and total amount of benefits

1, 5, 6

31

Consultations of professional colleagues as well as of members of other health professions or other relevant professions according to § 30 para. 1 Z 6 MuthG

3, 4

32

Inspection took place in the documentation according to § 30 Abs. 1 Z 9 MuthG

---

33

Justification of any denials of the inspection in the documentation pursuant to § 30 paragraph 1 Z 10 MuthG

---

Employer:

34

Name and address of the employer of the main insured person

1-3, 5

Contact person (after

35

Name

---

Indication of the

36

Address

---

Patients/clients) or legal representative of the patient/client:

37

Telephone and fax numbers and other information required for addressing, which are provided by modern communication technologies

---

38

Consent of the legal representative for treatment/consulting

---

B.2 Receiver Circles:

1 *

social insurance institutions (including occupational health insurance funds) and other payers within the scope of their legal powers under laws or social security agreements;

2 *

Private insurance for the purpose of the settlement of the insurance claim, with the express consent of the patient/client, provided that this is required by law;

3 *

physicians, representatives of other health professions and medical or social facilities in whose treatment the patient is entitled, with the express consent of the patient/client;

4

Contracting authorities, in so far as the legal requirements for the preparation of the opinion are available;

5 *

With the right to law enforcement, dispute settlement and clarification of complaints from patients/clients and settlement claims (of the client), in particular lawyers, courts, mediation bodies and patient attorneys, with consent of the patient, provided that this is required by law;

6

Organisations, institutions and other bodies for which the contracting authority is acting on the basis of a contract, with the express consent of the patient/client. "

8. Appendix 1 are the receiver circuits in the default application "SA032 Video Monitoring" in Section A.2:

" 1

Competent authority or Competent court (for the protection of evidence in criminal matters) in accordance with § § 80 and 109 ff StPO iVm § § 7, 8 and § 50a Abs. 6 Z 1 DSG 2000;

2

Security authorities (for security policy purposes) pursuant to § 53 (5) SPG iVm § 50a paragraph 6 Z 2 DSG 2000;

3

Courts (for the protection of evidence in civil cases) pursuant to § § 384 ff ZPO iVm § § 7 and 8 Abs. 3 Z 5 DSG 2000;

4

Account holders (in the context of traffic safety obligations, contractual liability and similar legal grounds) pursuant to § § 7 (2) and 8 (1) (1) (4) of the German Data Protection Act (DSG 2000);

5

Account-leading bank (as part of the traffic safety obligations, contractual liability and similar legal grounds) pursuant to § § 7 (2) and 8 (1) (4) of the German Data Protection Act (DSG 2000);

6

Insurance (excluding insurance cases) in accordance with § § 7 and 8 (1) Z 4, 8 (3) (3) Z 4 and 5 of the DSG 2000. "

9. Appendix 1 are the receiver circuits in the default application "SA032 Video Monitoring" in sections B.2, C.2, D.2, E.2 and F.2 in each case:

" 1

Competent authority or Competent court (for the protection of evidence in criminal matters) in accordance with § § 80 and 109 ff StPO iVm § § 7, 8 and § 50a Abs. 6 Z 1 DSG 2000;

2

Security authorities (for security policy purposes) pursuant to § 53 (5) SPG iVm § 50a paragraph 6 Z 2 DSG 2000;

3

Courts (for the protection of evidence in civil cases) pursuant to § § 384 ff ZPO iVm § § 7 and 8 Abs. 3 Z 5 DSG 2000;

4

Insurance (excluding insurance cases) in accordance with § § 7 and 8 (1) Z 4, 8 (3) (3) Z 4 and 5 of the DSG 2000. "

10. Appendix 1 is the purpose of the data application in the default application "SA032 Video Monitoring" in Section C:

" purpose of the data application:

Encrypted video surveillance of the Trafik as well as the vending machines ("cigarette vending machines") installed in the outside area on the house wall or facade of the Trafik. for the purpose of self-protection (protection of the property and protection of the employees of the client) and of the protection of responsibility (perception of traffic safety obligations, contractual liability towards customers, etc.) and for the purpose of prevention, Containment and Enlightenment of relevant conduct, insofar as the role of the contracting entity is concerned, with exclusive evaluation in the event defined by the purpose, with the admissibility of the Video surveillance according to § 50a DSG 2000. "

11. Appendix 1 will be in the default application "SA032 Video Monitoring" after the section " F. Foreign representative authorities and international organisations " the following sections are added:

" G. Administrative building of public legal entities

Purpose of the data application:

Encrypted video surveillance of the entrance and access area to an administrative building used exclusively by the public legal entity with party traffic as the client or the separate entrance with access area to a spatially -the building part of the building (e.g. half of the house, floor) used by the public legal entity in a building not exclusively used by the adjudicating entity, as well as the facade of an administrative building which is owned by the public of a public legal entity acting as the contracting authority of the Video surveillance stands or in which it has to be used for damage to the facade of the administrative building, as well as of the official coffers for the purpose of property protection and protection of responsibility, of prevention, containment and education criminal-law-relevant conduct, insofar as the role of the client is affected, with exclusive evaluation in the case defined by the purpose, whereby the admissibility of the video surveillance according to § 50a DSG 2000 .

The legal bases of the application are, in particular, the following laws (in the current version):

§ § 50a ff Data Protection Act 2000 (DSG 2000), BGBl. No. 165/1999; § § 353 et seq. and § 1157 General Civil Code (ABGB), JGS No. 946/1811; § 3 Federal Law on the Protection of Services (B-BSG), Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). I No 70/1999; § 80 Criminal Procedure 1975 (StPO), Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). No. 631.

Maximum allowable data retention:

If it is not necessary for the realization of the underlying protection or evidence protection purposes or for the purposes of § 50a (6) DSG 2000, recorded data shall be deleted no later than 72 hours (§ 50b). 2 (2) of the DSG 2000).

G 1 Data of the application:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types (including history):

Receiver circles:

People who are in the video-monitored

01

Image data of the data subjects (appearance, behaviour)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

Stop the area:

02

Place of image recording (spatiality, location of the camera)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

03

Time of image recording (date, time, start/end of image recording)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

In the context of video surveillance

04

Image data of the data subjects (appearance, behaviour)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

persons recorded in the event of a starting date

05

Place of image recording (spatiality, location of the camera)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

shall be identified:

06

Time of image recording (date, time, start/end of image recording)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

07

Identity of the persons concerned, to the extent that they can be identified from the recording for the evaluation

1-4 (only in case of approval)

08

Role of the persons concerned (e.g. perpetrators, victims, witnesses), as far as can be seen from the recording

1-4 (only in case of approval)

G.2 Receiver Circles:

1

Competent authority or Competent court (for the protection of evidence in criminal matters) in accordance with § § 80 and 109 ff StPO iVm § § 7, 8 and § 50a Abs. 6 Z 1 DSG 2000;

2

Security authorities (for security policy purposes) pursuant to § 53 (5) SPG iVm § 50a paragraph 6 Z 2 DSG 2000;

3

Courts (for the protection of evidence in civil cases) pursuant to § § 384 ff ZPO iVm § § 7 and 8 Abs. 3 Z 5 DSG 2000;

4

Insurance (excluding insurance cases) in accordance with § § 7 and 8 (1) Z 4, 8 (3) (3) Z 4 and 5 of the DSG 2000.

H. Data centers

Purpose of the data application:

Encrypted video surveillance of data centers (server rooms as well as system components of data centers), which are located in specially secured premises separate from the office area, for the purpose of property protection and responsibility protection, The prevention, control and investigation of behaviour which is relevant to criminal law, insofar as the role of the contracting entity is concerned, with exclusive evaluation in the event defined by the purpose, with the admissibility of the case the video surveillance according to § 50a DSG 2000.

The legal bases of the application are, in particular, the following laws (in the current version):

§ § 50a ff Data Protection Act 2000 (DSG 2000), BGBl. No. 165/1999; § § 353 et seq. and § 1157 General Civil Code (ABGB), JGS No. 946/1811; § 80 Criminal Procedure Code 1975 (StPO), BGBl. No. 631.

Maximum allowable data retention:

If it is not necessary for the realization of the underlying protection or evidence protection purposes or for the purposes of § 50a (6) DSG 2000, recorded data shall be deleted no later than 72 hours (§ 50b). 2 (2) of the DSG 2000).

H.1 Application data:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types (including history):

Receiver circles:

People who are in the video-monitored

01

Image data of the data subjects (appearance, behaviour)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

Stop the area:

02

Place of image recording (spatiality, location of the camera)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

03

Time of image recording (date, time, start/end of image recording)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

In the context of video surveillance

04

Image data of the data subjects (appearance, behaviour)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

persons recorded in the event of a starting date

05

Place of image recording (spatiality, location of the camera)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

shall be identified:

06

Time of image recording (date, time, start/end of image recording)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

07

Identity of the persons concerned, to the extent that they can be identified from the recording for the evaluation

1-4 (only in case of approval)

08

Role of the persons concerned (e.g. perpetrators, victims, witnesses), as far as can be seen from the recording

1-4 (only in case of approval)

H.2 Receiver Circles:

1

Competent authority or Competent court (for the protection of evidence in criminal matters) in accordance with § § 80 and 109 ff StPO iVm § § 7, 8 and § 50a Abs. 6 Z 1 DSG 2000;

2

Security authorities (for security policy purposes) pursuant to § 53 (5) SPG iVm § 50a paragraph 6 Z 2 DSG 2000;

3

Courts (for the protection of evidence in civil cases) pursuant to § § 384 ff ZPO iVm § § 7 and 8 Abs. 3 Z 5 DSG 2000;

4

Insurance (excluding insurance cases) in accordance with § § 7 and 8 (1) Z 4, 8 (3) (3) Z 4 and 5 of the DSG 2000.

I. Parking garages and parking spaces

Purpose of the data application:

Encrypted video surveillance of the parking garages and places operated by the customer (in particular the entrance and the access area, the cash registers and vending machines, the staircases and the parking decks) for the purpose of property protection and the Responsible behaviour, prevention, control and investigation of the conduct of criminal law, insofar as the role of the contracting entity is concerned, with exclusive evaluation in the case defined by the purpose, where the admissibility of the video surveillance is based on § 50a DSG 2000.

The legal bases of the application are, in particular, the following laws (in the current version) and contractual obligations:

§ § 50a ff Data Protection Act 2000 (DSG 2000), BGBl. No. 165/1999; § § 353 et seqq. General Civil Code (ABGB), JGS No. 946/1811; § 80 Criminal Procedure Code 1975 (StPO), BGBl. N ° 631; traffic safety obligations, contractual liability.

Maximum allowable data retention:

If it is not necessary for the realization of the underlying protection or evidence protection purposes or for the purposes of § 50a (6) DSG 2000, recorded data shall be deleted no later than 72 hours (§ 50b). 2 (2) of the DSG 2000).

I 1 Data of the application:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types (including history):

Receiver circles:

People who are in the video-monitored

01

Image data of the data subjects (appearance, behaviour)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

Stop the area:

02

Place of image recording (spatiality, location of the camera)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

03

Time of image recording (date, time, start/end of image recording)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

In the context of video surveillance

04

Image data of the data subjects (appearance, behaviour)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

persons recorded in the event of a starting date

05

Place of image recording (spatiality, location of the camera)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

shall be identified:

06

Time of image recording (date, time, start/end of image recording)

1-4 (only in case of approval)

07

Identity of the persons concerned, to the extent that they can be identified from the recording for the evaluation

1-4 (only in case of approval)

08

Role of the persons concerned (e.g. perpetrators, victims, witnesses), as far as can be seen from the recording

1-4 (only in case of approval)

I.2 Receiver Circles:

1

Competent authority or Competent court (for the protection of evidence in criminal matters) in accordance with § § 80 and 109 ff StPO iVm § § 7, 8 and § 50a Abs. 6 Z 1 DSG 2000;

2

Security authorities (for security policy purposes) pursuant to § 53 (5) SPG iVm § 50a paragraph 6 Z 2 DSG 2000;

3

Courts (for the protection of evidence in civil cases) pursuant to § § 384 ff ZPO iVm § § 7 and 8 Abs. 3 Z 5 DSG 2000;

4

Insurance (excluding insurance cases) in accordance with § § 7 and 8 (1) Z 4, 8 (3) (3) Z 4 and 5 of the DSG 2000. "

12. Appendix 1 will be after the default application "SA032 Video Monitoring" the following standard applications are added:

" SA033 Data transmission in the Group

Transmission of data in the Group's association. A group association is present when a legally independent company is under the dominant influence of another company on the basis of shareholdings or otherwise directly or indirectly. The dominant company (the "parent company") and the companies that depend on it (the "group subsidiaries") are the group companies and are considered together as a group.

The standard application is linked to the removal of the authorisation in the transmission of data to the client and the transfer of data to service providers abroad pursuant to Section 12 (3) Z 5 and/or Z 8 Data Protection Act 2000 (DSG 2000), BGBl. I No 165/1999.

The application of the standard application is subject to compliance with the requirements laid down in Article 25 of the Data Protection Directive 95 /46/EC or the existence of sufficient guarantees in the form of standard contractual clauses of the European Commission pursuant to Article 26 (2) iVm (4) of the Data Protection Directive 95 /46/EC.

Labor and labour constitutional provisions (in particular § § 96 and 96a Labour Constitutional Law-ArbVG, BGBl. No. 22/1974) shall remain unaffected even when the application of the standard application is concerned.

A. Group-wide contact and appointment database

Purpose of the data application:

Processing of data of the employees of the client, an Austrian group company, the management of a contact database, the transmission of these data to other group companies worldwide as well as the management of a Group-wide appointment database.

The legal basis of the application is the following legislative provisions (in the current version):

§ § 8 (1) (4) and (12) (3) (3) (8) of the German Data Protection Act 2000 (DSG 2000), BGBl. I No 165/1999.

Maximum allowable data retention:

Up to three years after the end of the employment relationship for the correct handling of incoming messages.

A.1 Data of the application:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types (including history):

Receiver circles:

workers,

01

Employee number

1, 2

worker-like

02

Name

1, 2

Groups of people,

03

Gender

1, 2

Temporary agency workers, free

04

Title and address

1, 2

Servants, apprentices,

05

Professional address

1, 2

Volontäre und Ferialpraktikanten:

06

Organizational assignment in operation (including start and end)

1

07

Function vis-à-vis customers and business partners

2

08

Telephone and fax numbers and other information necessary for the operation of the company, which result from modern communication techniques

1, 2

09

Information on the availability of the person concerned

1, 2

10

Information to route messages in the absence of a message

2

Former employees:

11

Former employee number

---

12

Name

---

13

Telephone and fax numbers and other information required for addressing, which are provided by modern communication technologies

---

14

Information for forwarding messages after the end of the employment relationship

---

A.2 Receiver circles:

1 *

Other Group companies worldwide;

2 *

Natural and legal persons who correspond professionally with the person concerned.

B. Career Database

Purpose of the data application:

Administration of voluntary participation (consent) of employees to career programs of national and international corporations, including automationsupported and archived text documents (such as correspondence) in these Matters. This includes the data application of an Austrian group company, which would be subject to reporting requirements in Austria and from which data will be transferred to other group companies or are left to service providers.

Those affected, who already have to be employees of a group company in Austria (client), can apply for positions at other group companies.

The application is made by your own initiative, in particular by registering in the career database.

The legal basis of the application is the following legislative provisions (in the current version):

§ § 8 (1) Z 2 and 12 (3) Z 5 and/or Z 8 Data Protection Act 2000 (DSG 2000), BGBl. I No 165/1999.

Maximum allowable data retention:

Until the end of the application (e.g. by withdrawing the application or the end of the employment relationship to one of the companies of the Group).

B.1 Application data:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types (including history):

Receiver circles:

workers,

01

Employee number

1, 2

worker-like

02

Name

1, 2

Groups of people,

03

Gender

1, 2

Temporary agency workers, free

04

Title and address

1, 2

Servants, apprentices,

05

Date of birth

1, 2

Volontäre and

06

Light Image

1, 2

Holiday Rentals:

07

Address

1, 2

08

Organizational assignment in operation (including start and end)

1, 2

09

Telephone and fax numbers and other information required for addressing, which are provided by modern communication technologies

1, 2

10

Qualifications (training, courses)

1, 2

11

Language skills

1, 2

12

Service certificates and recommendations

1, 2

13

Career aspires/salary expectations

1, 2

B.2 Receiver Circles:

1 *

Other Group companies worldwide who are looking for new employees within the Group;

2 *

Consulting companies which advise the client or other group companies in personnel matters and have access to the data application for this purpose.

C. Management of a Group's bonus and participation programs

Purpose of the data application:

Management of Group-wide programs for granting bonus payments and managing participations (Stock-Options) for employees of the payer, who are responsible for these as part of their payment or through special participation programs for employees , including automationsupported and archived text documents (such as correspondence) in these matters. The purchase of shares and other documents of a company by its employees as ordinary investors is not the subject of this standard application.

Participation is voluntary and transfer is only permitted with the consent.

The legal basis of the application is the following legislative provisions (in the current version):

§ § 8 (1) Z 2 and 12 (3) Z 5 and/or Z 8 Data Protection Act 2000 (DSG 2000), BGBl. I No 165/1999.

Maximum allowable data retention:

Until the employee is excluded from the bonus and participation program or until the expiry of the guarantee, warranty, limitation period and legal retention periods applicable to the client; beyond that until the end of any legal disputes in which the data is required as evidence.

C.1 Application data:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types (including history):

Receiver circles:

workers,

01

Employee number

1-3

worker-like

02

Name

1-3

Groups of people,

03

Gender

1-3

Temporary agency workers, free

04

Title and address

1-3

Employees and apprentices (also

05

Organizational assignment in operation (including start and end)

1-3

former employees):

06

Telephone and fax numbers and other information necessary for the operation of the company, which result from modern communication techniques

1-3

07

Home Address

1-3

08

Private telephone and fax numbers and other information required for addressing, which are provided by modern communication technologies

1-3

09

Gross and net remuneration (data of the payroll)

1-3

10

Other services of the payer, which are significant for the calculation of bonus claims or participations (e.g. benefits in kind provided in addition to the salary)

1-3

11

Data on participation in bonus and participation programs (approval of the employee, approval of the employer and of the relevant group posts, amount of participation)

1-3

12

Bank Connection

1-3

13

Data on taxation

1-3

C.2 Receiver circles:

1 *

Group companies entrusted with the management of the bonus and participation programme, for the purpose of checking eligibility and disbursals;

2 *

tax authorities in countries where the parties concerned or group companies are subject to tax in connection with the bonus and participation programme;

3 *

Banks for the settlement of payment transactions.

D. Technical assistance

Purpose of the data application:

Management of helpdesk and maintenance services for technical support of the client's employees, an Austrian group company, through other group companies or external companies, including automation support produced and archived text documents (such as correspondence) in these matters.

The legal basis of the application is the following legislative provisions (in the current version):

§ § 8 (1) (4) and (12) (3) (3) (8) of the German Data Protection Act 2000 (DSG 2000), BGBl. I No 165/1999.

Maximum allowable data retention:

Until the present technical problem has been cleaned up or until the expiry of the retention periods applicable to the client. If the records are to serve as evidence in a lawsuit, then until the conclusion of the proceedings.

D.1 Data of the application:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types (including history):

Receiver circles:

workers,

01

Employee number

1-3

worker-like

02

Name

1-3

Groups of people,

03

Gender

1-3

Temporary agency workers, free

04

Title and address

1-3

Employees, apprentices, volunteers and

05

Organizational assignment in operation (including start and end)

1-3

Holiday internships (including former employees):

06

Telephone and fax numbers and other information necessary for the operation of the company, which result from modern communication techniques

1-3

07

Technical equipment allocated to the person concerned (hardware, software, notebooks, mobile telephones, etc.)

1-3

08

Cost center and other data for invoicing of services

1-3

09

Problem position and solution (as well as the number of the order, date of the order, date of the problem survey, etc.)

1-3

D.2 Receiver Circles:

1 *

Other Group companies or external companies entrusted with the provision of helpdesk services;

2 *

Group companies that are entrusted with the procurement of technical equipment for the Group;

3 *

External companies which are responsible for the supply, repair or maintenance of technical equipment.

SA034 Support statements of a European citizens ' initiative

Purpose of the data application:

Collection of statements of support for a European Citizens ' Initiative, transfer of the collected statements of support to the competent authority, and consideration of statements of support by the Federal Electoral Authority, including auto-supports created and archived text documents (such as correspondence) in these matters.

The legal bases of the application are in particular (in the current version):

Regulation (EU) No 211/2011 on the citizens ' initiative, OJ L 327, 28.11.2011, No. OJ L 65, 11.03.2011 p. 1; Federal Law on the Implementation of European Citizens 'Initiatives (European Citizens' Initiative-Law-EBIG), BGBl. I No 12/2012.

Maximum allowable data retention:

In accordance with the retention periods provided for by law or in accordance with Union law.

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types:

Receiver circles:

Persons who have

01

Name

1, 2

European citizens ' initiative

02

Main residence or permanent residence (abroad)

1, 2

sign:

03

Date of birth

1, 2

04

Birthplace

1, 2

05

Nationality

1, 2

06

Type and number of the identification document/personal identification number (if necessary)

1, 2

07

Date of statement of support

1, 2

08

Signature

1, 2

09

Data on the supported European citizens 'initiative (e.g. the name/subject of the citizens' initiative, the main objectives of the citizens 'initiative, the European Commission's registration number, the date of registration, the Internet address of the citizens' initiative in the Register of the European Commission)

1, 2

10

Data from the central evidence according to § 22b of the Passport Act 1992, BGBl. No 839/1992 (to the extent necessary for the verification of identity and for the purpose of avoiding duplication of statements)

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Organizers:

11

Data types as set out in the Annex to Regulation (EU) No 211/2011 (the name of the citizens 'initiative, the subject of the citizens' initiative, the name, postal address, e-mail, dates of birth, nationality of the members of the citizens 'committee, date of the citizens' initiative, date of the citizens ' initiative, Registration)

1-3

Receiver circles:

1

Federal Electoral Authority, Federal Returning Officer in accordance with Section 6 of the EBIG or otherwise eligible authority of another Member State of the European Union pursuant to Article 8 (1) of Regulation (EU) No 211/2011;

2

Constitutional Court (with regard to the transmission by the Federal Electoral Authority);

3

European Commission.

SA035 Transparency of media co-operations as well as advertising applications and funding to media owners of a periodic medium

Purpose of the data application:

Transfer by way of a web interface (web interface) to the communication authority Austria (KommAustria) according to § § 2 and 4 of the Media Cooperation and Promotion Transparency Act (MedKF-TG), BGBl. Article 126b (1), (2) and (3), Art. 126c, Art. 127 (1), (3) and (4), Art. 127a (1), (3), (4) and (9), and Article 127b (1) of the Federal Constitutional Law-B-VG, BGBl. No 1/1930, as well as other legal entities subject to the law of the Court of Auditors, for the purpose of promoting transparency in media cooperation and the granting of advertising contracts and the award of grants Media owner of a periodic printing unit according to § 1 Abs. Z 5 of the Media Law-MedienG, BGBl. No. 314/1981, or of a periodic electronic medium according to § 1 Z 5a MedienG.

The legal bases of the application are in particular (in the current version):

§ § 2 and 4 MedKF-TG.

Maximum allowable data retention:

In accordance with the retention periods provided for by law.

Application data:

Affected person groups:

No.:

Data types:

Receiver circles:

Persons to whom

01

Name of the respective periodic medium

1

Orders pursuant to § 2 para. 1 Z 1 and 2 MedKF-TG have been issued

02

Total amount of remuneration to be paid in each quarter for the publications to be paid in accordance with § 2 MedKF-TG

1

03

No or no significant orders pursuant to § 2 para. 4 MedKF-TG

1

Media owner of a

04

Name of the recipient

1

Periodic medium, which is the funding

05

Total amount of funding granted within a quarter according to § 4 MedKF-TG

1

granted in accordance with Section 4 (1) MedKF-TG

06

No or no significant funding pursuant to § 4 para. 2 MedKF-TG

1

Receiver circles:

1

KommAustria, electronically by way of a web interface (web interface) according to § 2 para. 3 and § 4 para. 1 MedKF-TG. "

Faymann