Pii Agreement

  • 15. decembra 2020

This manual provides university buyers with personal data identification guides (PIIs) when negotiating service agreements or ordering work to be done by external suppliers. If the provider processes, processes or can access it, buyers should take the following steps: Biometric data: retina analysis, voice signature or facial geometry If you have questions about this manual, please contact the Office of University Counsel at the University of Pittsburgh: ouc.pitt.edu/ Many contracts, terms of use and policies regarding Google`s advertising and measuring products relate to „Identifiable Information“ (PII). This is a different categorisation of data than what the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) refers to as „personal data“. Personal Property Identification Information: VIN number or title Identifiable personal information (PII) The term „PII,“ as defined in the OMB M-07-1616 memorandum, refers to information that can be used to distinguish or trace a person`s identity, either in combination with other personal or identifying information related to a particular person. The definition of personal data is not included in any category of information or technology. On the contrary, it requires a case-by-case assessment of the specific risk that a person can be identified. In this assessment, it is important for an agency to recognize that non-II can become personal hackers if additional information is made available to the public – in any media and from any source – that could be used in combination with other information available to identify a person. Examples of services or jobs in which providers include access to personal data are: Google interprets personal data as information that could be used to identify, contact or locate a person directly. For example, if an IP address containing an ad request is sent, for example. B (which will be the case for almost all ad requests as a result of Internet protocols), this transmission does not contravene the ban on sending PII to Google. Identifiable personal information (PII) includes: „1) any information that can be used to distinguish or trace a person`s identity, such as name, social security number, date and place of birth, mother`s maiden name or biometric records; and (2) all other information related to or related to a person, such as. B medical, educational, financial and employment information.“ 1 examples of personal data are among others: This article explains how Google interprets the term PII if piI is not defined in your current contract or in the terms of use or policies of the product concerned.