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David Vasella 

Moti­on Glanz­mann-Hun­ke­ler (07.3627): Man­da­to­ry regi­stra­ti­on of wire­less pre­paid cards 

Moti­on Glanz­mann-Hun­ke­ler (07.3627): Regi­stra­ti­on obli­ga­ti­on for wire­less pre­paid cards 17.06.2015: wri­te-off in con­nec­tion with the deli­be­ra­ti­on of busi­ness 13.025 Sub­mit­ted text The Federal Coun­cil is inst­ruc­ted to pro­po­se a law that places wire­less pre­paid cards under the regi­stra­ti­on obli­ga­ti­on. The Postal and Tele­com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons Act (BÜPF) and cor­re­spon­ding ordinances.

BGE 133 III 473: Press review; per­so­nal use 

BGE 133 III 473 of July 26, 2007: Press review; per­so­nal use Reg­ge­ste Copy­right; per­so­nal use; pro­duc­tion by third par­ties of copies of works inten­ded for per­so­nal use. The pro­duc­tion of in-hou­se elec­tro­nic press reviews is per­mis­si­ble on the basis of Art. 19 para. 1 lit. c URG (E. 3).

Moti­on Vre­ni Hub­mann (07.3468): Data pro­tec­tion in the health­ca­re sec­tor (writ­ten off) 

Moti­on Vre­ni Hub­mann (07.3468): Data pro­tec­tion in the health care system (tran­scri­bed) Tran­scri­bed on 12.6.2009 Sub­mit­ted text: Rapid tech­ni­cal pro­gress and the digi­ta­liz­a­ti­on of pati­ent data incre­a­singly threa­ten pati­ent con­fi­dentia­li­ty. We inst­ruct the Federal Coun­cil to crea­te the legal basis for a com­pre­hen­si­ve pro­tec­tion of pati­ent data.

FDPIC – Release of nur­sing reports to health insurers 

We con­clu­de that befo­re issuing such reports, the health care pro­vi­der must inform the insu­red that a requ­est to that effect has been recei­ved from the health insu­rer. He must then inform the insu­red of the possibility,

KGer BL: Release of names and addres­ses of Cumu­lus cardholders 

Issu­an­ce The respon­si­bi­li­ty for the collec­tion of muni­ci­pal waste and its trans­port to the waste faci­li­ties set up by the can­ton lies with the muni­ci­pa­li­ties, which at the same time must ensu­re that the enti­re cost of waste dis­po­sal is cove­r­ed and in this regard must levy char­ges on the polluter.

Cla­ri­fi­ca­ti­on of the facts by the FDPIC: Data pro­ces­sing in the medi­cal exami­na­ti­on ser­vice of CSS Kran­ken-Ver­si­che­rung AG 

Bern, 27.04.2007 – As part of its func­tion as data pro­tec­tion super­vi­so­ry aut­ho­ri­ty, the Federal Data Pro­tec­tion and Infor­ma­ti­on Com­mis­sio­ner (FDPIC) car­ri­ed out a fact-fin­ding inve­sti­ga­ti­on into the medi­cal trust ser­vice of CSS-Kran­ken-Ver­si­che­rung AG and iden­ti­fied short­co­mings. On 17 April 2007, he issued six recom­men­da­ti­ons to the atten­ti­on of

Inter­pel­la­ti­on Schel­bert (06.3705): Safe­guar­ding elec­tro­nic privacy 

Inter­pel­la­ti­on Schel­bert (06.3705): Safe­guar­ding elec­tro­nic pri­va­cy Done (23.03.2007) Sub­mit­ted text The Epta (Euro­pean Par­lia­men­ta­ry Tech­no­lo­gy Assess­ment) deals with tech­no­lo­gy assess­ment. In a new report, Epta has exami­ned the impact of elec­tro­nic ser­vices on our pri­va­cy and has made gene­ral poli­cy recommendations.

Moti­on Bru­de­rer (07.3247): Data pro­tec­tion in health insuran­ce companies 

Moti­on Bru­de­rer (07.3247): Data pro­tec­tion at the health insuran­ce com­pa­nies Writ­ten off (20.03.2009). Sub­mit­ted text The Federal Coun­cil is inst­ruc­ted to take appro­pria­te mea­su­res to ensu­re data pro­tec­tion bet­ween medi­cal exami­ners and admi­ni­stra­ti­ve staff of health insuran­ce com­pa­nies, and in par­ti­cu­lar to ensu­re that

Inter­pel­la­ti­on Pia Hol­len­stein (05.3067): Does the use of Radio Fre­quen­cy Iden­ti­fi­ca­ti­on (RFID) threa­ten data protection? 

Inter­pel­la­ti­on Pia Hol­len­stein (05.3067): Does the use of Radio Fre­quen­cy Iden­ti­fi­ca­ti­on (RFID) threa­ten data pro­tec­tion? Sta­tus: writ­ten off on 23.3.2007. Sub­mit­ted text: RFID tech­no­lo­gy is expec­ted to beco­me ubi­qui­tous. Con­cerns about nega­ti­ve con­se­quen­ces for the infor­ma­tio­nal self-deter­mi­na­ti­on of residents