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==Structure==
 
==Structure==
 
The Hamburg DPA is divided into different departments. It offers an organigramm [https://datenschutz-hamburg.de/assets/pdf/Organigramm_des_HmbBfDI.pdf here].
 
The Hamburg DPA is divided into different departments. It offers an organigramm [https://datenschutz-hamburg.de/assets/pdf/Organigramm_des_HmbBfDI.pdf here].
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==Applicable Material Law==
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There is a Data Protection Act of Hamburg (Hamburgisches Datenschutzgesetz - [http://www.landesrecht-hamburg.de/jportal/portal/page/bshaprod.psml?nid=0&showdoccase=1&doc.id=jlr-DSGHA2018rahmen&st=null HmbDSG]). Corresponding § 1 HmbDSG it makes complementary arrangements to the GDPR and regulates specific situations of data processing for which the GDPR is not applicable. So the GDPR is the applicable law if there is no more specific rule in the HmbDSG or the German Federal Data Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz - BDSG).
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The first section of the HmbDSG has general provisions. In the second section the basic principles for data processing are mentioned. The third section contains provisions about specific situations of data processing. The provisions of the fourth section regulate specific situations of data processing for which the GDPR is not applicable. The fifth section contains the provisions about the rights of data subjects. The sixth section is about the Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information. Penal provisions and a provision about administrative offence are in the last section.
  
 
==Procedural Information==
 
==Procedural Information==
 
===Applicable Material Law===
 
There is a Data Protection Act of Hamburg (Hamburgisches Datenschutzgesetz - [http://www.landesrecht-hamburg.de/jportal/portal/page/bshaprod.psml?nid=0&showdoccase=1&doc.id=jlr-DSGHA2018rahmen&st=null HmbDSG]). Corresponding § 1 HmbDSG it makes complementary arrangements to the GDPR and regulates specific situations of data processing for which the GDPR is not applicable. So the GDPR is the applicable law if there is no more specific rule in the HmbDSG or the German Federal Data Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz - BDSG).
 
  
 
===Applicable Procedural Law===
 
===Applicable Procedural Law===
 
 
''You can help us by filling in this section!''
 
''You can help us by filling in this section!''
  
 
===Complaints Procedure under Art 77 GDPR===
 
===Complaints Procedure under Art 77 GDPR===
 
The HmbBfDI provides a form [https://datenschutz-hamburg.de/beschwerde/ here], but a complaint can be filed also with mail or encrypted e-mail.
 
The HmbBfDI provides a form [https://datenschutz-hamburg.de/beschwerde/ here], but a complaint can be filed also with mail or encrypted e-mail.
 
''You can help us by filling in this section!''
 
  
 
===''Ex Officio'' Procedures under Art 57 GDPR===
 
===''Ex Officio'' Procedures under Art 57 GDPR===

Revision as of 18:09, 3 December 2020

Hamburgische Beauftragte für Datenschutz und Informationsfreiheit
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Name: Hamburgische Beauftragte für Datenschutz und Informationsfreiheit
Abbreviation: HmbBfDI
Jurisdiction: Hamburg
Head: Prof. Dr. Johannes Caspar
Deputy: Ulrich Kühn
Adress: Ludwig-Erhard-Str. 22, 7.OG

20459 Hamburg

GERMANY

Webpage: https://www.datenschutz.hamburg.de
Email: mailbox@datenschutz.hamburg.de
Phone: +49 (0)40/428 54 4040
Twitter: n/a
Procedural Law: n/a
Decision Database: n/a
Translated Decisions: Category:HmbBfDI (Hamburg)
Head Count: n/a
Budget: n/a

The Hamburg DPA (Hamburgische Beauftragte für Datenschutz und Informationsfreiheit) is the state Data Protection Authority for the German state of Hamburg. It is charge of enforcing GDPR in the private sector, within the German state of Hamburg.

Structure

The Hamburg DPA is divided into different departments. It offers an organigramm here.

Applicable Material Law

There is a Data Protection Act of Hamburg (Hamburgisches Datenschutzgesetz - HmbDSG). Corresponding § 1 HmbDSG it makes complementary arrangements to the GDPR and regulates specific situations of data processing for which the GDPR is not applicable. So the GDPR is the applicable law if there is no more specific rule in the HmbDSG or the German Federal Data Protection Act (Bundesdatenschutzgesetz - BDSG).

The first section of the HmbDSG has general provisions. In the second section the basic principles for data processing are mentioned. The third section contains provisions about specific situations of data processing. The provisions of the fourth section regulate specific situations of data processing for which the GDPR is not applicable. The fifth section contains the provisions about the rights of data subjects. The sixth section is about the Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information. Penal provisions and a provision about administrative offence are in the last section.

Procedural Information

Applicable Procedural Law

You can help us by filling in this section!

Complaints Procedure under Art 77 GDPR

The HmbBfDI provides a form here, but a complaint can be filed also with mail or encrypted e-mail.

Ex Officio Procedures under Art 57 GDPR

You can help us by filling in this section!

Appeals

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Practical Information

Filing with the DPA

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Known Problems

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Filing an Appeal

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Decision Database

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Statistics

Funding

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Personal

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Caseload

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Fines

The Hamburg DPA fined H&M Hennes & Mauritz Online Shop A.B. & Co KG. in october 2020 in the amount of 35.3 Million Euro.[1]

Annual Reports

The HmbBfDI publishes annual reports here. English press releases are published here.


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