[pp.int.general] Board meeting protocols of Pirate Parties
jakobsheep at gmail.com
Sun Oct 7 10:11:34 CEST 2012
Hi Kenneth, thanks for the quick reply. Ans as always, an answer gives
another question. The sanctions mentioned in Artículo 45 are only for
those that enforce 'confession', it does NOT state:" It's is strictly
forbidden to reveal the ideology of a person." But it would be like:
"It is strictly forbidden to enforce to have someone reveal his/her
ideologie." So I don not understand the argumentation NOT to share the
general assembly's minutes because of the LOPD.
In the Netherlands if someone does not want to have their name
published, they got a pseudonym for that purpose. Why don't you do it
the same way in Catalonia? Especially since it is so essential for the
transparency as you claim to support.
member international coordination Belgium and the Netherlands.
(proposing an international coordination team in France next AG in Montreuil)
On 7 October 2012 09:23, Dario <dario at pirata.cat> wrote:
> 2012/10/7 Anouk Neeteson <jakobsheep at gmail.com>
>> Hi Kenneth, can you give me the precise text in the Spanish LOPD ? I
>> am very curious how it states / defines: " It's is strictly forbidden
>> to reveal the ideology of a person." ? And I can not find it, but
>> again my Spanish is really bad :)
>> Artículo 7. Datos especialmente protegidos.
>> 1. De acuerdo con lo establecido en el apartado 2 del artículo 16 de la
>> Constitución, nadie podrá ser obligado a declarar sobre su ideología,
>> religión o creencias.
> Quick translation:
>> Article 7. Sensitive data.
>> 1. By Constitution, nobody can be forced to tell about their ideology,
>> religion or beliefs.
> And the fine for doing something like publishing the political affiliation
> of people is stated here:
> http://noticias.juridicas.com/base_datos/Admin/lo15-1999.t7.html#a45 "Only"
> between 300.000 and 600.000€.
> Dario Castañé
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