It is only necessary to send for this purpose limited personal data such as the name of the customer, the necessary room and the duration of the stay. 3. Standard data protection clauses (g) adopted by the Commission to forward to the Data Protection Supervisory Authority the communications of the data importer or processor, in accordance with clause 5(b) and (8)(3), if the exporter decides to continue the transfer or lift the suspension; However, neither the OIC nor any other EEA supervisory authority has yet adopted standard data protection clauses. (B) The company wishes to subcontract to the subcontractor certain services that involve the processing of personal data. BCRs are an internal code of conduct that operates within a multinational and applies to the limited transfer of personal data from EEA companies to group companies outside the EEA. 2. The Parties agree that the supervisory authority has the right to carry out a check of the data importer and any subcontractor of the same magnitude and subject to the same conditions as would apply to the examination of the data exporter in accordance with the applicable data protection legislation. 1. The Parties agree that any data subject who has suffered damage as a result of a breach by a Party or a processor of the obligations referred to in paragraph 3 or paragraph 11 shall be entitled to compensation for the damage suffered by the data exporter. (b) `specific categories of data` means personal data indicating the race, religion, ethnicity, trade union membership, sexual orientation or marital status of a data subject. An up-to-date list of countries that have an adequacy assessment can be found on the European Commission`s data protection website. You should regularly look for changes. They may make a limited transfer between two authorities or entities using a legal instrument, provided that the legal instrument offers “appropriate safeguards” for the rights of the persons whose personal data are transmitted and that it is legally binding and enforceable.
“Appropriate safeguards” must include enforceable rights and effective remedies for individuals whose personal data is transmitted. (d) `data subject` means the natural person to whom certain personal data refer. . . .