73) The Chancellor General will review the code each year. The national registration body [note 21] is consulted during the revision of the code to ensure that the amendments contribute to the provision of the local registration service and their own data exchange agreements in accordance with the code. The data shared under this initiative will ensure a high-quality, population-based registration system and high-quality data projects. 34) Prior to the exchange of information, designated persons or entities responsible for the exchange of information should be satisfied that all information provided is compatible with Section 19AA of the Registration Service Act 1953. 6) The Office of the Information Officer was consulted during the development of the code to ensure that it complies with the code of conduct of the data exchanger. Only designated civil registry officers should make decisions regarding disclosure of information, ensuring that disclosures are proportionate to the performance of the function for which the information is required. The clerk must give his written consent before the publication of large amounts of information (see item 43). Information on ISAs provided under the DSP provisions should be shared with the secretariat of the DCMS-based PSD Review Group regarding ISAregister@culture.gov.uk 22). Article 5 of the General Data Protection Regulation sets out six principles for the processing of personal data. Personal data are changes to certain definitions that define the scope of data protection legislation. For example, the definition of „personal data” is more detailed and explicitly provides that a wider range of personal identifiers constitutes personal data.

19) Data protection laws require that personal data be treated fairly and lawfully and that individuals can identify organizations that share their personal data and what it is used for. However, some data that is shared is not personal data, for example. B data that only relates to deceased persons. Data protection legislation does not apply in these cases, but it is good to respect the relevant principles even in the absence of a legal obligation to comply with them. However, civil registry officers must continue to ensure that any disclosure complies with the 1998 Human Rights Act. Combating cohabitation fraud – disclosing marriage data to the authorities to prevent services from being provided to people who, because of their family situation, are not entitled to the benefit -. For example, when the person receives benefits or services that are payable only to people who are isolated or isolated or isolated parents, or who are isolated or isolated parents. The local registration service will designate people responsible for the exchange of information at the local level. Gro is responsible for appointing those responsible for the exchange of information. ↩ 63) Civil registry officers should provide all the information required by the GDS for the purposes of colonization or record keeping.

15) Section 19AA does not allow disclosure if there are explicit legal restrictions on the exchange of information. If you do. B restrictions on the exchange of certain information related to adoption[note 8] or recognition of sex[note 9], these restrictions continue to apply and personal data can only be disclosed as part of these restrictions. Designated persons or entities responsible for the exchange of information should be advised by political and/or legal colleagues when they have doubts about the disclosure of information where legal restrictions may apply.