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ACTIVITY INDICATORS 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 (incl.*)
Development of guidelines, policy advising  
Guidelines (not considering updates to existing) 4 12 6 4 1 2 1 / 1 / -
Opinions on draft legislative acts 21 30 28 35 27 34 42 / 22 / 20
Communication work  
Questions, memoranda, freedom-of-information requests 817 1370 1144 1369 1417 1520 2384/1856/ 305/223
Help line calls 1160 1344 1141 1136 1419 1527 2556
Counselling (companies, agencies) 56 69 34 33 79 148 200 /170/129
Training events (organised or participated as a trainer) 18 19 24 18 23 17 23 / 21 / 1/1
Supervision  
Circulars (without opening supervisory cases) - - - 5 5 5 8 / 6 /-/ 2
     incl. No. of circular addressees       149 34 37 162
Large-scale comparative monitoring sessions 4 4 6 14 9 10 2 / 1/- / 1
     incl. No. of objects observed       412 148 129 85 / 6/- / 79
Complaints (submitted) 404 550 413 446 390 462 462 / 274 / 17/171
Ex officio supervisory cases (open without complaints) 191 171 152 384 86 149 15 / 8 /-/ 7
     incl. preventive data protection audits 7 6 16 24 24 1 1


Personal data breach notifications (IMI) **
            479
On-site inspections (in supervisory cases) 23 15 48 35 33 45 17 / 10 /-/7
Recommendations and proposals (in supervisory cases)       299 56 125 10 / 3 /-/7
Precepts (usually preceded by a proposal; usually includes a coercive fine warning) 187 120 86 77 59 64 46 / 3 / -/36
     incl. regarding registrations (without previous proposal) 130 67 45 28 26 35 -
Misdemeanour cases (closed) 43 29 11 16 16 9 23 / 20/- / 3
Penal law fines (for misdemeanours) and coercive fines(in supervisory cases) 39 22 8 15 16 4 9 / 8/-/1 
Licensing and special proceedings  
Registration applications (for prior checking of processing of sensitive data or appointing a data protection officer) 608 602 902 540 547 641 192
Submissions for database approval (establishing, taking into use, changing the data composition, ending) 84 89 115 167 139 99 36
Submissions for licences for scientific research without the consent of the data subjects 13 17 13 29 18 54 61
Submissions for licenses for data transfer to a foreign country without adequate data protection level 7 6 13 8 18 22 3
Submissions regarding one’s own data in Schengen, Europol, and other cross-border databases 4 6 6 10 10 8 21

*in the fields of personal data protectionelectronic communication /public information

** IMI is the European Union's Internal Market Information System, through which data protection authorities exchange information and provide complaints, requests for clarification, infringement notices and memorandas.

 


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