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The plaintiff, an Austrian resident, had asked the Austrian social security administration to inform him about the status of his son's insurance, a boy living under the care of his mother in Italy. After a survey of both the mother and child's social security administrations, the Austrian administration informed the plaintiff that his son was not entitled to Austrian social security, since the place of residence of the child was not Austria.
 
The plaintiff, an Austrian resident, had asked the Austrian social security administration to inform him about the status of his son's insurance, a boy living under the care of his mother in Italy. After a survey of both the mother and child's social security administrations, the Austrian administration informed the plaintiff that his son was not entitled to Austrian social security, since the place of residence of the child was not Austria.
  
Following this, the plaintiff lodged a complaint with the Austrian DPA (Datenschutzbehörde Österreichs), claiming that the confidentiality of both his and his son's personal data had been breached by the illicit transfer of said data from the Austrian to the Italian social security administration.
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Following this, the plaintiff lodged a complaint with the Austrian DPA, claiming that the confidentiality of both his and his son's personal data had been breached by the illicit transfer of said data from the Austrian to the Italian social security administration.
  
 
However, the Austrian DPA dismissed the complaint, arguing, regarding the alleged breach of his son's personal data, that the plaintiff was not authorized to act on behalf of the child and, regarding the alleged breach of the plaintiff's own personal data, that the Austrian social security administration had to share the data with third parties, especially with the Italian social security, as part of the inquiry into the entitlement of the Austrian social security of the plaintiff's son.
 
However, the Austrian DPA dismissed the complaint, arguing, regarding the alleged breach of his son's personal data, that the plaintiff was not authorized to act on behalf of the child and, regarding the alleged breach of the plaintiff's own personal data, that the Austrian social security administration had to share the data with third parties, especially with the Italian social security, as part of the inquiry into the entitlement of the Austrian social security of the plaintiff's son.

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