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Inter­pel­la­ti­on Feri (17.3530): Child pornography 

Inter­pel­la­ti­on Feri (17.3530): Child por­no­gra­phy Sub­mit­ted text Today, sexu­al child abu­se is incre­a­singly taking place by means of new infor­ma­ti­on and com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on tech­no­lo­gies. The­re are no limits to the rapid­ly deve­lo­ping phe­no­me­na of child por­no­gra­phy, sexu­al abu­se via live strea­ming, sexting, SNUFF films, etc. Recent media reports show that public pro­se­cu­tors’ offices and poli­ce corps are dealing with incre­a­singly complex

Ful­d/Chuff­art-Fin­ster­wald, Nexus droit du tra­vail et pro­tec­tion des don­nées : quel­ques déve­lo­p­pe­ments récents, in: Jus­let­ter 12 June 2017. 

In yesterday’s Jus­let­ter (12.6.17), Sté­pha­nie Fuld and Sté­pha­nie Chuff­art-Fin­ster­wald (both Bian­chiSch­wald) published an essay on the work­place rele­van­ce of data pro­ces­sing ope­ra­ti­ons. In par­ti­cu­lar, they address inter­nal inve­sti­ga­ti­ons, the employee’s right to his or her own image, and employee moni­to­ring. The essay is in French

Anony­miz­a­ti­on in data pro­tec­tion law and “anony­miz­a­ti­on” in per­so­na­li­ty law 

Anony­miz­a­ti­on in data pro­tec­tion law… Anony­miz­a­ti­on refers to the pro­cess of chan­ging data in such a way that it is no lon­ger pos­si­ble to iden­ti­fy the per­son con­cer­ned. Howe­ver, the stan­dard is not abso­lu­te: the decisi­ve fac­tor is that the per­so­nal refe­rence can no lon­ger be estab­lished with rea­son­ab­le effort. This results

Natio­nal Coun­cil adopts moti­on Amherd (14.3367): “Com­ba­ting sexting”. 

The Natio­nal Coun­cil adop­ted the moti­on Amherd (14.3367): Com­ba­ting sexting of 07.05.2014 on 15 June 2016, con­tra­ry to the recom­men­da­ti­on of the Federal Coun­cil. During the con­sul­ta­ti­on, Federal Coun­cilor Som­ma­ru­ga exp­lai­ned why, in the view of the Federal Coun­cil, a new penal pro­vi­si­on is not necessa­ry: Now the mover of the moti­on would like to make the criminal

Postu­la­te Feri (15.3407, 5.5.2015): Pro­tec­tion of per­so­nal rights 

Postu­la­te Feri (15.3407): Pro­tec­tion of pri­va­cy rights Not yet dealt with in Coun­cil. Sub­mit­ted text Recent­ly, a ruling by the Lenz­burg District Court in the mat­ter of “reven­ge porn on the Inter­net” and a fake Face­book pro­fi­le of the same peop­le invol­ved cau­sed a stir. It is time to fun­da­ment­al­ly exami­ne how the

Inter­pel­la­ti­on Hilt­pold (10.3396): Unaut­ho­ri­zed dis­se­mi­na­ti­on of pho­tos or vide­os and pro­tec­tion of the per­sons concerned 

Inter­pel­la­ti­on Hilt­pold (10.3396): Unaut­ho­ri­zed dis­se­mi­na­ti­on of pho­tos or vide­os and pro­tec­tion of the per­sons con­cer­ned Rejec­ted (19.6.2013) Sub­mit­ted text I requ­est the Federal Coun­cil to pro­vi­de infor­ma­ti­on on how the unaut­ho­ri­zed dis­se­mi­na­ti­on of images taken with the con­sent of the per­son recor­ded is trea­ted under cri­mi­nal law.

Regie­rungs­rat AG: Right of rela­ti­ves to inspect medi­cal records; medi­cal secrecy; pro­por­tio­na­li­ty (AGVE 2002 687) 

Release of medi­cal records. – The reque­sted access to the medi­cal records can­not be denied on grounds of the post-mor­tem pro­tec­tion of the per­so­na­li­ty of the decea­sed per­son (Rec. 2). – The rele­vant data pro­tec­tion laws are also app­li­ca­ble to the pro­ces­sing of per­so­nal data of a decea­sed per­son (Rec. 3). – With regard to the right