EDPS documents, prior notifications DG ENTR DPO-3334.1, DG INFSO DPO-3338.1, DG RTD DPO-3398, DG MOVE-ENER DPO-3420.1, FP6 & FP7 programmes, extenral financial audits

La solicitud fue exitosa.

Dear European Data Protection Supervisor,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

I refer to the article 25 of Regulation No 45/2001 prior notifications of the European Commission Research family DGs DG ENTR DPO-3334.1 (http://ec.europa.eu/dpo-register/details...), DG INFSO DPO-3338.1, DG RTD DPO-3398 (May-June 2012), and DG MOVE-ENER DPO-3420.1 (http://ec.europa.eu/dpo-register/details...).

It is possible that from 1/1/2012 onwards, pursuant to article 42 of the Charter of the fundamental rights of the EU, natural and legal persons may have requested from the EDPS copies of EDPS documents on the basis of which the Research family DGs have inserted in the aforesaid prior notifications the statement ‘This processing has been submitted to the EDPS who concluded that Article 27 is not applicable’.

For the purposes of the present application, a request regarding the release EDPS documents about those four prior notifications will be referred to as ‘application’ and the EDPS answer as a ‘reply’.

I would be obliged if the EDPS would provide me with a full, or a partial copy, of the following documents and as detailed below:

1. A partial copy of any application lodged with the EDPS from 1/1/2012; the identity and contract details are to be expunged, while the remaining of the document is to be released, including the date. The documents may be emails or duly signed letters. This request concerns applications received by the EDPS until 13/7/2013.

2. A partial copy of any EDPS reply in response to the application under (1) above. The identity and contract details of the applicant are to be expunged, while the remaining of the document is to be released, including the date and the EDPS reference number.

3. A full copy of any internal document the EDPS may have drawn up as a result of a reply under (2) above. Being internal documents, they have not been communicated outside the EDPS. The documents may be emails between the EDPS staff, notes to file and the like.

4. A full copy of any EDPS drawn up document and dispatched to the Commission services touching upon the veracity of the statement ‘This processing has been submitted to the EDPS who concluded that Article 27 is not applicable’. The documents may be emails between the EDPS staff and the Commission services, notes about telephone conversations, informal meetings with Commission officials (irrespective of the meeting venue).

5. A full copy of any EDPS drawn up document and dispatched to any third party other than the Commission services and the applicants touching upon the veracity of the statement ‘This processing has been submitted to the EDPS who concluded that Article 27 is not applicable’. The documents may be emails between the EDPS staff and national Authorities, organisations like Privacy International, lawyers, former staff of the Institutions and so on, notes about telephone conversations, informal meetings (irrespective of the meeting venue).

In my view, there is a self-evident overriding public interest for the release of all documents, except the words or passages that disclose the identity of data subjects – applicants.

Yours faithfully,

Mr. Orestis BEKAS

European Data Protection Supervisor, Supervisor Europeo de Protección de Datos

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Dear Mr Bekas,

 

We acknowledge receipt of your request which was registered on 16 July
2013.

 

In accordance with Article 7(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 regarding
public access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents,
you will receive a reply within 15 working days (by 05/08/2013).

 

Your case has been registered with case number 2013-0858.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 [1]https://secure.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/we... EDPS Secretariat 

Tel. +32 2 283 19 00 | Fax +32 2 283 19 50

 

[2]https://secure.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/we... request email]

European Data Protection Supervisor
Postal address: Rue Wiertz 60, B-1047 Brussels
Office address: Rue Montoyer 30, B-1000 Brussels

[4]https://secure.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/we...   [6]https://secure.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/we...

 

This email (and any attachment) may contain information that is internal
or confidential. Unauthorised access, use or other processing is not
permitted. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender
by reply and then delete all copies. Emails are not secure as they can be
intercepted, amended, and infected with viruses. The EDPS therefore cannot
guarantee the security of correspondence by email.

 

 

 

 

References

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5. http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
7. http://www.edps.europa.eu/
http://www.edps.europa.eu/

European Data Protection Supervisor, Supervisor Europeo de Protección de Datos

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Dear Mr Bekas,

 

Please find attached a reply to your request for access to documents with
45 attachments. Please note that, due to their large number, we will be
sending the attachments in several instalments. Please let us know in case
of any problems with reception of the documents.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 [1]http://www.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/webdav... EDPS Secretariat 

Tel. +32 2 283 19 00 | Fax +32 2 283 19 50

 

[2]Email [3][EDPS request email]

European Data Protection Supervisor
Postal address: Rue Wiertz 60, B-1047 Brussels
Office address: Rue Montoyer 30, B-1040 Brussels

[4]Twitter [5]@EU_EDPS   [6]Website [7]www.edps.europa.eu

 

This email (and any attachment) may contain information that is internal
or confidential. Unauthorised access, use or other processing is not
permitted. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender
by reply and then delete all copies. Emails are not secure as they can be
intercepted, amended, and infected with viruses. The EDPS therefore cannot
guarantee the security of correspondence by email.

 

References

Visible links
3. mailto:[EDPS request email]
5. http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
7. http://www.edps.europa.eu/
http://www.edps.europa.eu/

European Data Protection Supervisor, Supervisor Europeo de Protección de Datos

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 Dear Mr Bekas,

 

Please find attached a reply to your request for access to documents.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 [1]http://www.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/webdav... EDPS Secretariat 

Tel. +32 2 283 19 00 | Fax +32 2 283 19 50

 

[2]Email [3][EDPS request email]

European Data Protection Supervisor
Postal address: Rue Wiertz 60, B-1047 Brussels
Office address: Rue Montoyer 30, B-1040 Brussels

[4]Twitter [5]@EU_EDPS   [6]Website [7]www.edps.europa.eu

 

This email (and any attachment) may contain information that is internal
or confidential. Unauthorised access, use or other processing is not
permitted. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender
by reply and then delete all copies. Emails are not secure as they can be
intercepted, amended, and infected with viruses. The EDPS therefore cannot
guarantee the security of correspondence by email.

 

References

Visible links
3. mailto:[EDPS request email]
5. http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
7. http://www.edps.europa.eu/
http://www.edps.europa.eu/

European Data Protection Supervisor, Supervisor Europeo de Protección de Datos

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 Dear Mr Bekas,

 

Please find attached a reply to your request for access to documents.

 

Sincerely,

 

 [1]http://www.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/webdav... EDPS Secretariat 

Tel. +32 2 283 19 00 | Fax +32 2 283 19 50

 

[2]Email [3][EDPS request email]

European Data Protection Supervisor
Postal address: Rue Wiertz 60, B-1047 Brussels
Office address: Rue Montoyer 30, B-1040 Brussels

[4]Twitter [5]@EU_EDPS   [6]Website [7]www.edps.europa.eu

 

This email (and any attachment) may contain information that is internal
or confidential. Unauthorised access, use or other processing is not
permitted. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender
by reply and then delete all copies. Emails are not secure as they can be
intercepted, amended, and infected with viruses. The EDPS therefore cannot
guarantee the security of correspondence by email.

 

References

Visible links
3. mailto:[EDPS request email]
5. http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
7. http://www.edps.europa.eu/
http://www.edps.europa.eu/

European Data Protection Supervisor, Supervisor Europeo de Protección de Datos

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 Dear Mr Bekas,

 

Please find attached a reply to your request for access to documents.

 

Sincerely,

 [1]http://www.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/webdav... EDPS Secretariat 

Tel. +32 2 283 19 00 | Fax +32 2 283 19 50

 

[2]Email [3][EDPS request email]

European Data Protection Supervisor
Postal address: Rue Wiertz 60, B-1047 Brussels
Office address: Rue Montoyer 30, B-1040 Brussels

[4]Twitter [5]@EU_EDPS   [6]Website [7]www.edps.europa.eu

 

This email (and any attachment) may contain information that is internal
or confidential. Unauthorised access, use or other processing is not
permitted. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender
by reply and then delete all copies. Emails are not secure as they can be
intercepted, amended, and infected with viruses. The EDPS therefore cannot
guarantee the security of correspondence by email.

 

References

Visible links
3. mailto:[EDPS request email]
5. http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
7. http://www.edps.europa.eu/
http://www.edps.europa.eu/

European Data Protection Supervisor, Supervisor Europeo de Protección de Datos

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 Dear Mr Bekas,

 

Please find attached a reply to your request for access to documents.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 [1]http://www.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/webdav... EDPS Secretariat 

Tel. +32 2 283 19 00 | Fax +32 2 283 19 50

 

[2]Email [3][EDPS request email]

European Data Protection Supervisor
Postal address: Rue Wiertz 60, B-1047 Brussels
Office address: Rue Montoyer 30, B-1040 Brussels

[4]Twitter [5]@EU_EDPS   [6]Website [7]www.edps.europa.eu

 

This email (and any attachment) may contain information that is internal
or confidential. Unauthorised access, use or other processing is not
permitted. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender
by reply and then delete all copies. Emails are not secure as they can be
intercepted, amended, and infected with viruses. The EDPS therefore cannot
guarantee the security of correspondence by email.

 

References

Visible links
3. mailto:[EDPS request email]
5. http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
7. http://www.edps.europa.eu/
http://www.edps.europa.eu/

Dear European Data Protection Supervisor,

A confirmatory application is submitted in the spirit of Regulation No 1049/2001 for requests #2 to #5 of the initial application.

First of all, I would like to express my appreciation for the handling of my application by the EDPS.

The confirmatory application examines each request separately.

REQUEST #2

The released Attachment 10 is a confirmatory application dated 27/6/2013 from which it is apparent that requests under (5) to (7) of that application are potentially highly relevant to the present request #3. The EDPS reply to that confirmatory application, EDPS document C2013-0596 of 17/7/2013, reads in page 2: “I am pleased to inform you that I have decided to grant you partial access to an EDPS letter issued in the context of processing personal data in the context of audits and an internal EDPS Note to the file (Case 2012 0758)”.

It appears that partially released letter (Note to the case file) referred to above falls within the scope of request #3. I would therefore appreciate if the EDPS would release it as it was done in the EDPS ‘case’ C2013-0596.

REQUEST #3

It is clear from the released application dated 29/5/2012 (attachment 1) and the EDPS reply, EDPS document of 29/5/2012 C2012 – 0457 (attachment 11), that as early as 4/6/2012 the EDPS was alerted to the false statement of DG INFSO DPO-3338, DG RTD DPO-3398, DG MOVE & ENER DPO-3420 and DG MARE DPO-3455 ‘This processing has been submitted to the EDPS who concluded that Article 27 is not applicable’. It is indisputable that the EDPS had fallen victim of a deceitful statement that has been in full public view. Apparently, the Research DGs did not care about the disciplinary liabilities of article 49 of Regulation No 45/2001, the Staff Regulations, even the criminal laws of Belgium concerning false declarations in statutory instruments.

It is inconceivable that not a single line was drafted by the EDPS staff about this utterly deplorable false statement. If indeed this is the case, which is literally impossible to believe, the inescapable conclusion is, to say the least, that the EDPS has been complicit in the false declaration. Needless to say that such a conduct by a European Body entrusted with the protection of the fundamental right of personal data protection is beyond a reckless disregard of a statutory duty, having conceivably enter the territory of ‘conspiracy and collusion’ with the Commission services to gravely infringe Regulation No 45/2001 on a massive scale (the entire FP6 & FP7 external financial audit campaigns).

Furthermore, in 2012 or earlier citizens and legal persons may have alerted the EDPS about the false statement in a context different than a request for documents, perhaps submitting to the EDPS final audit reports of DG INFSO external financial audits of FP5 and FP6 contractors drawn up in 2011. Since the EDPS informed me about other non-prior checks (reply to request #4), it follows that internal EDPS documents about this false declaration could have, by analogy, been released.

It is kindly requested that the EDPS double-check for the existence and release of further documents.

REQUEST #4

Expanding the above ‘complicity’ arguments, it would be beyond belief if the EDPS had not ‘bothered’ the Commission services with requesting some kind of an explanation about the deceitful false statement. As the EDPS very well knows, personal data processing in the framework of a private law contract is unlawful. In fact, he himself had informed EFSA about it in its consultations with EFSA about the travel arrangements with American Express, case 2009-390; the EDPS stated in page 5 of his opinion dispatched to EFSA:

“The EDPS however wants to underline that the requirement stated in Article 6 of the Covenant would, if implemented, lead to a breach of the Regulation. In particular, the processing of data in view of fulfilling this contractual requirement would not have any legal basis under Article 5 of the Regulation”

The personal data processing in the external financial audits of the Research DGs is outright unlawful, since none of the article 5 of Regulation No 45/2001 conditions are met (data subjects have not given their consent).

It is evident that the EDPS turned a blind eye to the grave infringements of Regulation No 45/2001 in his investigation of the case 2008-0622 about a DG INFSO external financial audit. It is interesting to note that the DG INFSO head of Unit who was ‘investigated’ in the case 2006-0622 is the very same official who filed the first completely bogus and deceitful prior notification DG INFSO DPO-3338, with DPO-3334, DPO-3398, DPO-3420 and DPO-3455 being mutatis mutandis mere copies of the former. One may ‘forgive’ the EDPS’ ‘dismal failure’ to check for the legal basis and the prior notification concerning the case 2008-0622. Yet this did not create a ‘blank cheque’ to the Research DGs that the EDPS will always turn a blind eye. Even if the EDPS had to reverse his case 2008-0622 position and impliedly admit his ‘dismal failure’ in case 2008-0622, thereby losing face, this cannot justify a perpetual disregard of duty and allowing the Research DGs grave infringements of Regulation No 45/2001 on a massive scale. After all, a murder is very different from genocide.

In the light of the powers the EU legislature conferred on the EDPS by virtue of article 47 of Regulation No 45/2001, as well as the duties of article 46(c), it cannot be accepted that the EDPS stood idle for more than a year and let the Commission services explore his good name to deceive the public with false declarations in completely bogus prior notifications. If indeed this is the case, then there can be no confidence whatsoever in the diligent, fair and objective discharge of EDPS’ duties on anything. It is not disrespectful to draw an analogy and say that ‘a policemen who lets a criminal use the policemen’s good name to confer an air of legitimacy to criminal activities and in full public view is not worth to be a policemen’.

It is kindly requested that the EDPS double-check for the existence and release of further documents.

REQUEST #5

In view of the grave seriousness and massive scale of the unlawful personal data processing and the false declaration to which the EDPS fell victim, in my opinion and at a minimum the EDPS ought to:

1. Have written to the President to the Commission vigorously protesting about the false declaration, demanding the immediate correction of the offending prior notifications, the publication of a full apology, and the request to instigate disciplinary measures against the perpetrators.

2. Have sought legal advice whether a criminal complaint should be lodged with the Belgian authorities about the false statement in a statutory instrument.

Needless to say that in my view the EDPS ought to have banned the processing operations in all external financial audits of the Research DGs pursuant to article 47(f) of Regulation No 45/2001. The false declarations alone are sufficient grounds.

It is kindly requested that the EDPS double-check for the existence and release of further documents.

Yours sincerely,

Mr. Orestis BEKAS

Dear European Data Protection Supervisor,

I am writing to make enquiries about the status of registering the confirmatory application lodged over email on 23 August 2013.

Even though ten working days have elapsed since its dispatch to the EDPS, it appears that the EDPS has not informed me about the registration.

I feel necessary to clarify that the sole cause of the tone of the confirmatory application is the apparent toleration and inaction of the EDPS for more than a year of the false declarations of DG ENTR DPO-3334, DG INFSO DPO-3338.1, DG RTD DPO-3398 and DG ENER & MOVE DPO-3420 regarding the purported, yet non-existing EDPS consultations.

I would therefore be obliged if you would inform me about the status of registering the confirmatory application.

Yours sincerely,

Mr. Orestis BEKAS

European Data Protection Supervisor, Supervisor Europeo de Protección de Datos

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Dear Mr Bekas,

 

We refer to your message of 7 September 2013, which we have found in our
spam box.

 

Following a thorough check of in-coming correspondence, we regret to
inform you that your confirmatory reply submitted via the asktheeu.org
website on 23 August never reached our office. We would therefore
appreciate if you could send it to us, preferably by replying to this
message. We will then process the confirmatory application in accordance
with the normal procedures foreseen in Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001. 

 

Unfortunately, this is not the first time a request for access to
documents submitted via the asktheeu.org website remains in our spam box.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 [1]https://secure.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/we... EDPS Secretariat 

Tel. +32 2 283 19 00 | Fax +32 2 283 19 50

 

[2]https://secure.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/we... request email]

European Data Protection Supervisor
Postal address: Rue Wiertz 60, B-1047 Brussels
Office address: Rue Montoyer 30, B-1000 Brussels

[4]https://secure.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/we...   [6]https://secure.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/we...

 

This email (and any attachment) may contain information that is internal
or confidential. Unauthorised access, use or other processing is not
permitted. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender
by reply and then delete all copies. Emails are not secure as they can be
intercepted, amended, and infected with viruses. The EDPS therefore cannot
guarantee the security of correspondence by email.

 

 

 

 

 

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Dear European Data Protection Supervisor,

I refer to your email of 25/9/2013. As requested, please find below the confirmatory application submitted via email on 23/8/2013.

****** CONFIRMATORY APPLICATION OF 23/8/2013 *****

Dear European Data Protection Supervisor,

A confirmatory application is submitted in the spirit of Regulation No 1049/2001 for requests #2 to #5 of the initial application.

First of all, I would like to express my appreciation for the handling of my application by the EDPS.

The confirmatory application examines each request separately.

REQUEST #2

The released Attachment 10 is a confirmatory application dated 27/6/2013 from which it is apparent that requests under (5) to (7) of that application are potentially highly relevant to the present request #3. The EDPS reply to that confirmatory application, EDPS document C2013-0596 of 17/7/2013, reads in page 2: “I am pleased to inform you that I have decided to grant you partial access to an EDPS letter issued in the context of processing personal data in
the context of audits and an internal EDPS Note to the file (Case 2012 0758)”.

It appears that partially released letter (Note to the case file) referred to above falls within the scope of request #3. I would therefore appreciate if the EDPS would release it as it was done in the EDPS ‘case’ C2013-0596.

REQUEST #3

It is clear from the released application dated 29/5/2012 (attachment 1) and the EDPS reply, EDPS document of 29/5/2012 C2012 – 0457 (attachment 11), that as early as 4/6/2012 the EDPS was alerted to the false statement of DG INFSO DPO-3338, DG RTD DPO-3398, DG MOVE & ENER DPO-3420 and DG MARE DPO-3455 ‘This
processing has been submitted to the EDPS who concluded that Article 27 is not applicable’. It is indisputable that the EDPS had fallen victim of a deceitful statement that has been in full public view. Apparently, the Research DGs did not care about the disciplinary liabilities of article 49 of Regulation No 45/2001, the Staff Regulations, even the criminal laws of Belgium concerning false declarations in statutory instruments.

It is inconceivable that not a single line was drafted by the EDPS staff about this utterly deplorable false statement. If indeed this is the case, which is literally impossible to believe, the inescapable conclusion is, to say the least, that the EDPS has been complicit in the false declaration. Needless to say that such a conduct by a European Body entrusted with the protection of the fundamental right of personal data protection is beyond a reckless disregard of a statutory duty, having conceivably enter the territory of ‘conspiracy and collusion’ with the Commission services to gravely infringe Regulation No 45/2001 on a massive scale (the entire FP6 & FP7 external financial audit campaigns).

Furthermore, in 2012 or earlier citizens and legal persons may have alerted the EDPS about the false statement in a context different than a request for documents, perhaps submitting to the EDPS final audit reports of DG INFSO external financial audits of FP5 and FP6 contractors drawn up in 2011. Since the EDPS informed me about other non-prior checks (reply to request #4), it follows that internal EDPS documents about this false declaration could have, by analogy, been released.

It is kindly requested that the EDPS double-check for the existence and release of further documents.

REQUEST #4

Expanding the above ‘complicity’ arguments, it would be beyond belief if the EDPS had not ‘bothered’ the Commission services with requesting some kind of an explanation about the deceitful false statement. As the EDPS very well knows, personal data processing in the framework of a private law contract is unlawful. In fact, he himself had informed EFSA about it in its consultations with EFSA about the travel arrangements with American Express, case 2009-390; the EDPS stated in page 5 of his opinion dispatched to EFSA:

“The EDPS however wants to underline that the requirement stated in Article 6 of the Covenant would, if implemented, lead to a breach
of the Regulation. In particular, the processing of data in view of fulfilling this contractual requirement would not have any legal basis under Article 5 of the Regulation”

The personal data processing in the external financial audits of the Research DGs is outright unlawful, since none of the article 5 of Regulation No 45/2001 conditions are met (data subjects have not given their consent).

It is evident that the EDPS turned a blind eye to the grave infringements of Regulation No 45/2001 in his investigation of the case 2008-0622 about a DG INFSO external financial audit. It is interesting to note that the DG INFSO head of Unit who was ‘investigated’ in the case 2006-0622 is the very same official who filed the first completely bogus and deceitful prior notification DG INFSO DPO-3338, with DPO-3334, DPO-3398, DPO-3420 and DPO-3455 being mutatis mutandis mere copies of the former. One may ‘forgive’ the EDPS’ ‘dismal failure’ to check for the legal basis and the prior notification concerning the case 2008-0622. Yet this did not create a ‘blank cheque’ to the Research DGs that the EDPS will always turn a blind eye. Even if the EDPS had to reverse his case 2008-0622 position and impliedly admit his ‘dismal failure’ in case 2008-0622, thereby losing face, this cannot justify a perpetual
disregard of duty and allowing the Research DGs grave infringements of Regulation No 45/2001 on a massive scale. After all, a murder is very different from genocide.

In the light of the powers the EU legislature conferred on the EDPS by virtue of article 47 of Regulation No 45/2001, as well as the duties of article 46(c), it cannot be accepted that the EDPS stood idle for more than a year and let the Commission services explore his good name to deceive the public with false declarations in completely bogus prior notifications. If indeed this is the case, then there can be no confidence whatsoever in the diligent, fair and objective discharge of EDPS’ duties on anything. It is not disrespectful to draw an analogy and say that ‘a policemen who lets a criminal use the policemen’s good name to confer an air of legitimacy to criminal activities and in full public view is not worth to be a policemen’.

It is kindly requested that the EDPS double-check for the existence and release of further documents.

REQUEST #5

In view of the grave seriousness and massive scale of the unlawful personal data processing and the false declaration to which the EDPS fell victim, in my opinion and at a minimum the EDPS ought to:

1. Have written to the President of the Commission vigorously protesting about the false declaration, demanding the immediate correction of the offending prior notifications, the publication of a full apology, and the request to instigate disciplinary measures against the perpetrators.

2. Have sought legal advice whether a criminal complaint should be lodged with the Belgian authorities about the false statement in a statutory instrument.

Needless to say that in my view the EDPS ought to have banned the processing operations in all external financial audits of the Research DGs pursuant to article 47(f) of Regulation No 45/2001. The false declarations alone are sufficient grounds.

It is kindly requested that the EDPS double-check for the existence and release of further documents.

Yours sincerely,

Mr. Orestis BEKAS

***** END OF CONFIRMATORY APPLICATION OF 23/8/2013 ***

Yours sincerely,

Mr. Orestis BEKAS

European Data Protection Supervisor, Supervisor Europeo de Protección de Datos

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Dear Mr Bekas,

 

We acknowledge receipt of your confirmatory application in case file
number 2013-0858. Unfortunately, your email sent from
[1][FOI #677 email] on 26 September never reached our
office. In spite of this fact, your confirmatory application has been
retrieved from the asktheeu.org website and registered on 30 September.

 

In accordance with Article 8(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 regarding
public access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents,
you will receive a reply within 15 working  days (i.e. by 18/10/2013).

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

 [2]https://secure.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/we... EDPS Secretariat 

Tel. +32 2 283 19 00 | Fax +32 2 283 19 50

 

[3]https://secure.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/we... request email]

European Data Protection Supervisor
Postal address: Rue Wiertz 60, B-1047 Brussels
Office address: Rue Montoyer 30, B-1000 Brussels

[5]https://secure.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/we...   [7]https://secure.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/we...

 

This email (and any attachment) may contain information that is internal
or confidential. Unauthorised access, use or other processing is not
permitted. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender
by reply and then delete all copies. Emails are not secure as they can be
intercepted, amended, and infected with viruses. The EDPS therefore cannot
guarantee the security of correspondence by email.

 

 

 

 

References

Visible links
1. mailto:[FOI #677 email]
4. mailto:[EDPS request email]
6. http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
8. http://www.edps.europa.eu/
http://www.edps.europa.eu/

European Data Protection Supervisor, Supervisor Europeo de Protección de Datos

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Dear Mr Bekas,

 

Please find enclosed our reply letter to your confirmatory request
registered on 30 September 2013 (our ref. 2013-0858).

 

Sincerely,

 

 [1]http://www.edps.europa.eu/EDPSWEB/webdav... EDPS Secretariat

Tel. +32 2 283 19 00 | Fax +32 2 283 19 50

 

[2]Email [3][EDPS request email]

European Data Protection Supervisor
Postal address: Rue Wiertz 60, B-1047 Brussels
Office address: Rue Montoyer 30, B-1040 Brussels

[4]Twitter [5]@EU_EDPS   [6]Website [7]www.edps.europa.eu

 

This email (and any attachment) may contain information that is internal
or confidential. Unauthorised access, use or other processing is not
permitted. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender
by reply and then delete all copies. Emails are not secure as they can be
intercepted, amended, and infected with viruses. The EDPS therefore cannot
guarantee the security of correspondence by email.

 

References

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3. mailto:[EDPS request email]
5. http://twitter.com/EU_EDPS
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7. http://www.edps.europa.eu/
http://www.edps.europa.eu/

Dear European Data Protection Supervisor,

Thank you very much for the reply to the confirmatory application.

Please accept my apologies for having overlooked that the EDPS had indeed released in the initial reply the note to the file in case 2012-0758 of 24/1/2013.

Yours sincerely,

Mr. Orestis BEKAS