Re: Question to all candidates: GDPR compliance review
On Sat, Apr 02, 2022 at 12:21:24PM +0200, Christian Kastner wrote:
> On 2022-04-02 10:55, Adrian Bunk wrote:
> > the community team are joint controllers?
> > DAM are joint controllers?
> Has it been established yet that Debian fits the definition of a
> controller as per Article 4 lit. 7 GDPR?
> I can see DAM, or CT, or the DPL possibly being controllers.
What is the identity of DAM or CT?
Likely each individual team members is a controller.
If a person has suffered material or non-material damage as a result of
a GDPR infringement, each controller or processor can be held liable for
compensation of the entire damage (Article 82(4)).
> without some form of officially recognized organization, I don't see how
> Debian could be one. "Debian" doesn't even have an address, you couldn't
> even determine which data protection authority has jurisdiction.
Providing the identity and the contact details of the controller is
mandatory for processing of personal data (Articles 13(1)(a) and 14(1)(a)),
failure to do so is subject to administrative fines of up to 20 Million Euro
> This is just one of the things that, I think, would be a lot simpler if
> Debian would register as an organization, hence my question  to the
This is likely required and desirable, as was also discussed in the
thread starting with .
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