ISSUE-6: Should our taxonomy include a distinction/modeling of data subjects to whom gdpr applies (eu citizens and/or locatedin eu)

Should our taxonomy include a distinction/modeling of data subjects to whom gdpr applies (eu citizens and/or locatedin eu)

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POSTPONED
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Opened on:
2018-12-04
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  1. [minutes] 2019-10-15 dpvcg (from bert@w3.org on 2019-10-15)
  2. ISSUE-6: Should our taxonomy include a distinction/modeling of data subjects to whom gdpr applies (eu citizens and/or locatedin eu) (from sysbot+tracker@w3.org on 2018-12-04)

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in the context of ISSUE-6 is “non-applicable citizens only” a “legal ground”?

Axel Polleres, 4 Dec 2018, 10:07:55

related to ACTION-93

Axel Polleres, 5 Apr 2019, 13:21:00

RESOLVED: We leave the further specification of specific subclasses of DataSubjects out of scope of the current CG, the spec provides just one example, dpv:Child that could serve as an illustration for other subclasses affecting certain groups of DataSubjects (e.g. Citizens of certain states to which a particular legislation applies, etc.) with this rationale we postpone ISSUE-6.

Axel Polleres, 15 Oct 2019, 14:47:37

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