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TOPIC: 110-80-30 rule for Europe

110-80-30 rule for Europe 3 months 1 week ago #1

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Privacy requires At least one condition to be met.

Born 110 years ago
Married 80 years ago
Died 30 years ago

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110-80-30 rule for Europe 3 months 1 week ago #2

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Some of us live in 'Europe' and we've never heard of such a rule.

Can you provide the source for these numbers? Please be aware that there are 44 countries in 'Europe' each with their own laws. Even the GDPR has local implementations that adapt the EU text.
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110-80-30 rule for Europe 3 months 1 week ago #3

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Thank you for sharing the algorithm. This is something one should concider.

The Dutch government uses the following rules:

Details are made public not earlier than
* 100 years for births
* 75 years for marriages
* 50 years for deaths

Note that these rules apply to the government. Afaik people may act differently. I try not to publish what should not be public. The simple rules by default from webtrees (death + x years) usually suffice.

In old newspapers you can often find summaries of births, marriages & deaths, published by the same government. The summaries don't contain full data, so maybe that's why the rules didn't fully apply. And people like being in the news. Old papers are like social media nowadays: everything got shared.
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110-80-30 rule for Europe 3 months 1 week ago #4

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That's right. But if the date of death is missing (for example World War II) the person is considered alive. Here the marriage date helps to publish.
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110-80-30 rule for Europe 3 months 6 days ago #5

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In Austria the rules are:

* 100 years for births
* 75 years for marriages
* 30 years for deaths

It seems that countries may define their own limits.
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110-80-30 rule for Europe 3 months 6 days ago #6

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

(27) Not applicable to data of deceased persons
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110-80-30 rule for Europe 2 months 3 weeks ago #7

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Having read the GDPR Regulations, the regulations almost certainly do not apply to a personally owned website.

The regulations stipulate what 'organisations' have to do to safeguard the personal information of their customers, suppliers, users, employees, etc.

The important word here is 'Organisations'. The regulations only apply to organisations, and even very small organisations are included, but the regulations do not apply to individuals unless they are working for an organisation.

If your website is personal, then it is not being managed by an organisation. Your hosting company have to comply, but you as an individual website administrator managing a personal website do not have to comply with the GDPR Regulations.

This is not to say that you still need to safeguard information, and not make information publicly available about living persons. There are undoubtedly other regulations in most countries that ensures you keep private stuff private. There certainly is in the UK. However, the GDPR Regulations themselves clearly state that they apply only to organisations.

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eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?...i=CELEX%3A32016R0679

Para 16 This Regulation does not apply to issues of protection of fundamental rights and freedoms or the free flow of personal data related to activities which fall outside the scope of Union law,

Para 18 This Regulation does not apply to the processing of personal data by a natural person in the course of a purely personal or household activity and thus with no connection to a professional or commercial activity

Para 27 This Regulation does not apply to the personal data of deceased persons. Member States may provide for rules regarding the processing of personal data of deceased persons.
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