ish.sookun at lasentinelle.mu
Tue Jun 11 10:55:06 UTC 2019
On 6/11/19 1:03 PM, Mike Silber wrote:
> By agreeing to become a director of a company one expressly and implicitly consents to the publication of personal information in the context of the company.
The "context of the company" is a vague statement.
The DPA is strict on the fact & stresses that information collected,
processed & stored are for specific use & period, and the person has the
right to object to use of that information.
Could you point me to any documentation by AFRINIC Ltd that specifies
that when becoming a director one "expressly and implicitly consents to
the publication of personal information".
> There is no suggestion that the consent related to the publication of the person’s address (which was redacted in any event) but the use of his name.
I understood that the person raised that no decision was taken with
regards to the publication of personal data. The minutes do not refer to
the use of the person's name.
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