translated from Spanish: INAI asks authorities not to photograph vaccination IDs

Mexico City.- The National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI) asked health authorities and collaborators in the national covid-19 vaccination program not to photocopy or take photographs of people’s identification credentials to receive the vaccine in Mexico.Through a statement the unit reported that performing such an act could be contrary to the principles of proportionality, provided for in the General Law on the Protection of Personal Data held by Obligated Subjects, and the physical or digital collection of the aforementioned means of identification is not justified.
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«This measure not only reduces the possibility of inappropriate use of citizens’ personal data, but also ensures the protection of personal data and the free information self-determination of people during vaccination,» he said. Read more: That always YES: Ensures the SSa that López-Gatell has hospitalized daysThatever the INAI asked to report any use of personal data in this or other process to the hotlines of the «TELINAI (800 835 4324) where trained personnel will provide you with the corresponding advice, as well as to report through the page (www.datospersonales.org.mx) or to the email (investigayverifica@inai.org.mx.)

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