Patzcuaro, Michoacan.-the Commissioner, President of the Institute of transparency, access to public information and protection of personal data (IMAIP), Areli Navarrete Naranjo, IMAIP He received recognition from the Mayor, Víctor Báez Ceja, once he trained municipal officials in order that they not engage in errors or omissions that may be susceptible of any administrative sanction, so they reported it in a release.
At the headquarters of City Hall, Ms. President was received by Director of transparency of the municipality, Luis Ayala Flores, who anticipated that this training is a legal obligation for officials stipulated in the law on transparency, access to the Public information and protection of personal data, as well as in the law of protection of personal data in the possession of obligated entities of the State.
The exhibition of the Commissioner of the IMAIP dealt with the content of the law on transparency and access to public information, but placed special emphasis on the terms and conditions governing the processing of personal data and the exercise of rights of access rectification, cancellation and opposition.
He also stressed to officials that they are which should ensure the observance of the principles of protection of personal data and other provisions that are applicable to the matter. And, of course, they are also responsible for ensuring that every person can exercise the right to protect your personal data.
He mentioned that the law on the subject requires officials to promote and disseminate a culture of personal data, but also to establish mechanisms to ensure compliance with and the effective implementation of the measures of constraint.
It concerned that this legislation requires principles and duties which must also be attached public servant such as legality, purpose, loyalty, consent, quality, proportionality and accountability.
It is worth noting that Patzcuaro is the municipality with the highest rating achieved in the last assessment conducted this autonomous body, where the levels of transparency, accountability and open government practices is recognised.