Prior to the disclosure of identifiable information to persons other than BJA, OJJDP, BJS, NIJ or OJP or project collaborator, an agreement is reached providing at least that the data recipient accepts that: (c) the knowingly and deliberate use or dissemination of information contrary to the provisions of the contract constitutes a violation of these provisions which is punishable by law. (h) information identifiable to an individual (obtained pursuant to this contract) is returned after the completion of the project received, unless otherwise agreed, and no copy of this information is retained. (f) project plans are intended to preserve the anonymity of individuals who relate to information, including, if applicable, the names and/or codes required for similar data or procedures. (g) project results and dissemination reports do not contain information that can reasonably be expected to be identifiable by an individual; This guide defines the procedures of the clinical school, which govern the transmission of registrations between the clinical school and an organization of beneficiaries, both from the clinical school and in detail. A DBA must be set up by a member of the contract team at the research office before transferring data between organizations that regulate the transmission of one or more data sets from owner/supplier to a third party. The details of the transmission (as well as the personal data collected) are contained in Appendix B, which is an integral part of the clauses. (e) access to information is limited to workers or subcontractors who, therefore, have needs related to the exercise of the activity received, and that these individuals are informed of these rules and agree to comply with these provisions. Whenever possible, it is good practice to research coded or completely anonymized data. In the event that identifiable information is requested by third parties or staff, it is important to ensure that any duty of trust is not breached. The terms of the initial consent should be reviewed to determine whether the proposed use is covered by third parties and, if not, authorization should be obtained if necessary.
It should be stressed that personal data should not be disclosed unless consent is assured and the storage area is secure The eighth principle of data protection (see the declaration of the Data Protection Act) requires that personal data cannot be transferred outside the European Economic Area (EU Member States as well as Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein), unless the country or territory where the data is to be transferred provides an adequate level of protection for personal data.