CoE updates profiling recommendations

03/11/2021 | Council of Europe

The Council of Europe has updated their recommendations on data profiling, bringing it in line with Convention 108+. CM/Rec(2021)8 on the data protection in the context of the profiling is a response to the dramatic changes in profiling techniques and the consequent need for stronger data protection. The recommendations outline additional measures protecting individuals' fundamental rights and freedoms, such as human dignity, privacy, freedom of expression, non-discrimination, social justice, cultural diversity and democracy, which should be guaranteed in both the public and private sectors during all profiling operations.

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