Law (2001:182) Concerning The Processing Of Personal Data In The Tax Agency's Registered Business

Original Language Title: Lag (2001:182) om behandling av personuppgifter i Skatteverkets folkbokföringsverksamhet

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Chapter 1. General provisions



The scope of the law



section 1 of this Act apply to the processing of personal data in

The tax agency's registered activities, if the treatment

is completely or partially automated or if the information is included in the

or are intended to form part of a structured set of

personal data that is available for searching or

compilation according to specific criteria.



The provisions of paragraphs 4 and 5, and Chapter 2. also applies to

processing of data relating to the deceased. Lag (2003:671).



The relationship to the personal data Act



section 2 unless otherwise provided for in paragraph 3, or 3. This law applies in

rather than the personal data Act (1998:204).



A registered will not be entitled to oppose such operations

that is permitted under this Act.



3 § When personal data are processed under this law or under

other provisions of the subject that is regulated in the Act applies

personal data Act (1998:204) provisions on



1. the definitions in section 3,



2. relationship to the principle of public accommodation in section 8,



3. basic processing requirements in section 9 with the exception of what

as stated in the first paragraph and the third subparagraph,



4. security of processing in 30-32 sections,



5. transfer of personal data to third countries in §§ 33-35,



6. the data protection officer, accommodation in paragraph 36 and 38 to 41 sections,



7. information for the public on certain treatments in 42 §,



8. supervisory powers in sections 43 and 47, and



9. the sentence in paragraph 49.



The processing of personal data in databases

also applies to section 22 of the Privacy Act.



Purpose



section 4 of the data may be processed for the provision of

information needed for



1. coordinated treatment, control and analysis of

identification of natural persons and other

the census data,



2. the processing of civil cases,



3. performance of the notification obligation by law or

Regulation,



4. manufacture of birth certificates and other records,



5. updating, completion and verification of

personal information,



6. collection of personal data, selection and



7. supervision, control, monitoring and planning of

registered business.



Privacy responsibility



§ 5 the tax agency is personal responsible for the treatment

of personal data which works must perform. Lag (2003:671).



The processing of sensitive personal data, etc.



6 § sensitive personal data as set out in paragraph 13 of

personal data Act (1998:204) and details of

violations of law, etc., as set out in paragraph 21 of the same law may be treated

only if data has been provided in a case or is

necessary for the handling of it.



Information referred to in the first subparagraph may in other cases be treated

unless specifically provided in Chapter 2.



Chapter 2. The civil registry database



paragraph 1 of the civil activities, there should be a collection

personal data provided by means of automated processing

used jointly in the activities of the chapter 1. section 4 of the specified

purposes (the civil registry database).



Content



section 2 of the database, data is processed on the



1. persons who are or have been registered in this country,



2. persons who are assigned passenger number in accordance with section 18 (b)

the Civil Registry Act (1991:481), and



3. persons who have been assigned the coordination number.



Data on other persons may be treated if necessary

the handling of a case. Law (2009:274).



3 §/expires U:2014-01-01 and U:2016-01-01 (see above; best.) /

For the purposes of Chapter 1. paragraph 4, the following

data are processed in the database:



1. personal or coordination number,



2. name,



3. date of birth;



4. the birth home of residence,



5. place of birth;



6. address,



7. people posting real estate, apartment number,

registered place and national registration under special heading,



8. citizenship,



9. marital status,



10. the spouse, children, parents, guardians and other persons

which the data subject is linked to in the population register,



11. connection according to 10 which is based on the adoption,



12. moving in from abroad,



13. deregistration pursuant to §§ 19-21 civil law

(1991:481)



14. notification pursuant to Chapter 5. paragraph 2 of the electoral code (2005:837), and



15. burial.



In the database, data is treated as of June 30, 1991

According to special provisions were noted in such

personal act referred to in section 16 of the repealed

civil status Decree (1967:495), regardless of whether the data

are those referred to in Chapter 1. section 6.



In cases of assignment of social security numbers pursuant to section 18 (b)

the vital statistics act or coordination number must also be entered

the basis for the assignment and the documents which have been

as a basis for identification. In cases of assignment of

coordination number may also be set indicating that there is

uncertainty about the identity of the person. Law (2009:274).



section 3 entry into force/I:2014-01-01 and I:2016-01-01 (see transition. best.) /

For the purposes of Chapter 1. paragraph 4, the following

data are processed in the database:



1. personal or coordination number,



2. name,



3. date of birth;



4. the birth home of residence,



5. place of birth;



6. address,



7. people posting real estate, apartment number,

registered residence, district and national registration under special

heading,



8. citizenship,



9. marital status,



10. the spouse, children, parents, guardians and other persons

which the data subject is linked to in the population register,



11. connection according to 10 which is based on the adoption,



12. moving in from abroad,



13. deregistration pursuant to §§ 19-21 civil law

(1991:481)



14. notification pursuant to Chapter 5. paragraph 2 of the electoral code (2005:837)



15. burial,



16. personal identification number that the person has been awarded in another

Nordic country, and



17. the right of residence of a person who is registered.



In the database, data is treated as of June 30, 1991

According to special provisions were noted in such

personal act referred to in section 16 of the repealed

civil status Decree (1967:495), regardless of whether the data

are those referred to in Chapter 1. section 6.



In cases of assignment of social security numbers pursuant to section 18 (b)

the vital statistics act or coordination number must also be entered

the basis for the assignment and the documents which have been

as a basis for identification. In cases of assignment of

coordination number may also be set indicating that there is

uncertainty about the identity of the person. Team (2013:382).



4 section in the database gets data of claims, pleas

and decision in a case, as well as other data needed for

the handling of a case.



The Government or the authority, as the Government determines

Announces rules on what data may be processed in

database referred to in the first subparagraph.



section 5 of an act that has come into a case may be dealt with in

database and may contain the information referred to in Chapter 1. section 6.

A document, drawn up in a case may be dealt with in

database and may contain such data if they are

necessary for handling.



Disclosure of information to individuals at medium for

automated processing



section 6 of the Data in the database may be disclosed to an individual on the

medium for automated processing only if the Government has

announced regulations on it.



Direct access



7 repealed by law (2003:671).



section 8/expires U: 2016-01-01/A authorities may have direct access to the task if the person-

or coordination number, name, address, people posting real estate,

apartment number and registered place of deregistration from

the national registry. An agency may also have direct access to

other information referred to in paragraph 3 of the first and third subparagraphs of

authority by law or regulation may process them.

Law (2006:380).



section 8/entry into force: 01/01/2016/A authorities may have direct access to indication of personal or coordination number, name, address, people posting real estate, apartment number, city districts and Census and deregistration from the population register.



An agency may also have direct access to the other data in the database if the authority needs information in order to fulfill its mission and may treat them. Information referred to in paragraph 3, second subparagraph, shall not be disclosed by direct access.

Direct access may not be granted if it is inappropriate from a privacy point of view. Law (2015:902).



§ 9/expires U: 2016-01-01/an individual may have direct access to the data in the database

only if the Government has announced regulations on it.



The Government or the authority, as the Government determines

Announces rules on what data may be subject to

direct access in accordance with the first paragraph. Access to information on

person other than the individual himself may, however, be granted only to the

information referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 8.



§ 9/entry into force: 01/01/2016/an individual may have direct access to the data in the database only if the Government has announced regulations on it.



The Government or the authority that the Government can, with the support of Chapter 8. section 7 of the Constitution provide for the information which may be subject to access under the first subparagraph. Access to information about a person other than the individual himself may, however, be granted only to the data referred to in paragraph 8 and to information on the context within the national registry with the individual or with children under the age of 18 as the individual's guardian. Law (2015:902).



Search terms



section 10 when searching the database, the information referred to in paragraph 3 of the

first paragraph, 5, 11, 12 and 17 should not be used as

search terms.



Information referred to in paragraph 3 of the first paragraph 8 may be used as

search only in respect of citizenship in Sweden,


Denmark, Norway, Finland or Iceland, as well as on citizenship

within or outside the European Union (EU citizenship or

non-EU citizenship). Team (2013:382).



section 11 when searching for documents referred to in section 5 shall only

the name, personal or coordination number and

information referred to in Chapter 5. section 2 of the public access to information and

secrecy (2009:400) can be used as a search term. As

search term must not, however, task referred to in Chapter 1. 6 §

be used. Law (2009:492).



Fees



section 12 of the Swedish tax agency may collect charges for disclosing information

from the database according to the detailed rules issued by

the Government.



The right to charge fees in accordance with the first paragraph shall not

mean restriction of the right to access and to set

fee to get a copy or transcript of a public document under

freedom of the Press Act. Lag (2003:671).



Chapter 3. Rights of individuals



Information to the data subject



Article 1 for the purposes of this Act, the provisions of

information to the data subject in 23 and 25-27 §§

personal data Act (1998:204), the restriction referred to in

2 §.



section 2 of the Information to be provided pursuant to section 26 of the

personal data Act (1998:204) do not need to include the task in

a document referred to in Chapter 2. section 5, if the individual has taken

part of the document's content. If the individual requesting it shall

However, the data also include the task in such a document.



If the information does not contain the document referred to in the first

subparagraph, the information that writ

processed in the database.



Rectification and indemnity



paragraph 3, the provisions of the personal data Act (1998:204) for rectification

and damages applies to the processing of personal data in accordance with

This law or connecting constitutions.



Appeal



section 4 of the Swedish tax agency's decision on rectification and for information

shall be submitted in accordance with section 26 of the personal data Act (1998:204),

be appealed to the administrative court. Other decisions according to

This law may not be appealed.



Leave to appeal is required for an appeal to the administrative court.

Lag (2003:671).



Transitional provisions



2001:182



1. this law shall enter into force on 1 October 2001, when the law

(1990:1536) if the civil registry and the law (1995:743) on

the alert table is hereby repealed.



2. paragraph 2 of the transitional provisions to the Act (1997:997) on the

Amendment of the Act (1990:1536) if the civil registry case

still in question whether the social security number assigned to a

person without connection with the population register.



3. the Provisions of the law on the basic requirements for the treatment of

personal data and the processing of sensitive personal data and

data relating to offences, etc. shall not apply

until 1 January 2007 in the case of such a manual treatment

of personal data commenced before or on 24 October 1998

manual processing for a particular purpose if

manual processing for this purpose commenced before the October 24

1998.



4. The provision in section 9 of the Act (1995:743) if notification registry

still apply, however, to the end of 2001.



5. Has a request for an extract from the register under section 10 of the data Act

(1973:289) received before this Act comes into force but has

the statement was not fulfilled prior to the entry into force, shall

the petition shall be considered as a request for information under the

This law.



6. Provision on damages shall apply only if the

circumstance that the claim relates to have occurred after the

the law has come into force with respect to the current

the treatment.



2003:671



1. this law shall enter into force on 1 January 2004.



2. The new regulation in Chapter 1. section 5 also applies to treatment

of personal data by the national tax board or taxing authority

performed.



3. Older regulations in Chapter 3. paragraph 4(1) applies

still for appeal of decisions rendered before

the entry into force.



2013:382



1. this law shall enter into force on the 1 January 2015 in the case of 2

Cape. 3 article 7 and otherwise on 1 January 2014.



2. Older provisions in Chapter 2. 3 section 7 applies

still for conditions relating to the period prior to

the entry into force.

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