Remember that the Data Protection Agency has expressed its concern about said activity

The Popular Parliamentary Group has presented a Proposal not of Law in Congress in which it urges the Government, specifically the Ministry of Health as the competent health authority, to regulate the legitimacy, reliability, limits and adequate and specific guarantees for treatment. and conservation of the personal data obtained in the temperature controls carried out during the pandemic. The initiative adds that said regulation must be carried out based on the existing scientific-technical evidence, recalling that the Spanish Agency for Data Protection published a statement last April on the taking of temperature by shops, work centers and other establishments, in the that he expressed his "concern" for this type of activities, which in his opinion "represent a particularly intense interference with the rights of those affected and that are being carried out without the prior judgment of the health authorities." Therefore, in line with the requests of the Data Protection Agency, the GPP calls on the Government to dictate the necessary rules to guarantee them in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation, including the assessment of the need to take precautions or apply additional measures. for the use of technological advances such as the use of thermal cameras. The Non-Law Proposal is signed by the spokesperson for the Popular Parliamentary Group, Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo, together with the PP deputy secretary Cuca Gamarra, the deputy spokesperson for the GPP, José Ignacio Echániz, and the Health spokesperson, Elvira Velasco.

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