||Special rules for special categories of personal data
|Finland||02.08.2017||The Working Group has proposed a special permission for insurance companies to process special categories of personal data as well as data related to criminal convictions and offences for the purposes of clarifying their liabilities. Insurance companies do not have the right to process genetic data.
|Germany||07.08.2017||§ 22 stipulates a general framework for the processing of sensitive data, including rules on health data.|
|Ireland||12.09.2017||The General Scheme envisages the making of secondary legislation permitting the processing of special categories of data where “necessary for reasons of substantial public interest”.|
|Netherlands||28.06.2017||Draft Act provides that controllers may declare articles 15, 16 and 18 GDPR inapplicable. Data subjects will not have rights of access, rectification or restriction of processing for this data.
|Spain||27.07.2017||In draft Bill individual's consent will not serve as legitimate ground for processing ideological, trade union membership, sexual orientation, beliefs or ethnic origin data. Additional grounds are needed.|
|UK||07.08.2017||Current additional conditions (ie secondary legislation under Schedule 3 DPA) to be re-enacted. UK approach of permitting processing of criminal offence data where a condition for processing sensitive personal data can be met to be re-enacted.