Part I Preliminary
1.Basic interpretative provisions.
2.Sensitive personal data.
3.The special purposes.
4.The data protection principles.
5.Application of Act.
6.The Commissioner and the Tribunal.
Part II Rights of data subjects and others
7.Right of access to personal data.
8.Provisions supplementary to section 7.
9.Application of section 7 where data controller is credit reference agency.
10.Right to prevent processing likely to cause damage or distress.
11.Right to prevent processing for purposes of direct marketing.
12.Rights in relation to automated decision-taking.
13.Compensation for failure to comply with certain requirements.
14.Rectification, blocking, erasure and destruction.
15.Jurisdiction and procedure.
Part III Notification by data controllers
17.Prohibition on processing without registration.
18.Notification by data controllers.
19.Register of notifications.
20.Duty to notify changes.
22.Preliminary assessment by Commissioner.
23.Power to make provision for appointment of data protection supervisors.
24.Duty of certain data controllers to make certain information available.
25.Functions of Commissioner in relation to making of notification regulations.
Part IV Exemptions
29.Crime and taxation.
30.Health, education and social work.
32.Journalism, literature and art.
33.Research, history and statistics.
34.Information available to the public by or under enactment.
35.Disclosures required by law or made in connection with legal proceedings etc.
38.Powers to make further exemptions by order.
Part V Enforcement
41.Cancellation of enforcement notice.
42.Request for assessment.
44.Special information notices.
45.Determination by Commissioner as to the special purposes.
46.Restriction on enforcement in case of processing for the special purposes.
47.Failure to comply with notice.
48.Rights of appeal.
49.Determination of appeals.
50.Powers of entry and inspection.
Part VI Miscellaneous and General
Functions of Commissioner
51.General duties of Commissioner.
52.Reports and codes of practice to be laid before Parliament.
53.Assistance by Commissioner in cases involving processing for the special purposes.
Unlawful obtaining etc. of personal data
55.Unlawful obtaining etc. of personal data.
Records obtained under data subject’s right of access
56.Prohibition of requirement as to production of certain records.
57.Avoidance of certain contractual terms relating to health records.
Information provided to Commissioner or Tribunal
58.Disclosure of information.
59.Confidentiality of information.
General provisions relating to offences
60.Prosecutions and penalties.
61.Liability of directors etc.
Amendments of Consumer Credit Act 1974
62.Amendments of Consumer Credit Act 1974.
63.Application to Crown.
64.Transmission of notices etc. by electronic or other means.
65.Service of notices by Commissioner.
66.Exercise of rights in Scotland by children.
67.Orders, regulations and rules.
68.Meaning of “accessible record”.
69.Meaning of “health professional”.
71.Index of defined expressions.
72.Modifications of Act.
73.Transitional provisions and savings.
74.Minor and consequential amendments and repeals and revocations.
75.Short title, commencement and extent.
The data protection principles.
Part I The principles.
Part II Interpretation of the principles in Part I.
Conditions relevant for purposes of the first principle: processing of any personal data.
Conditions relevant for purposes of the first principle: processing of sensitive personal data.
Cases where the eighth principle does not apply.
The Data Protection Commissioner and the Data Protection Tribunal.
Part I The Commissioner.
Part II The Tribunal.
Part III Transitional provisions.
Part I Interpretation of Schedule.
Part II Exemptions available before 24th October 2001.
Part III Exemptions available after 23rd October 2001 but before 24th October 2007.
Part IV Exemptions after 23rd October 2001 for historical research.
Part V Exemption from section 22.
Powers of entry and inspection.
Further provisions relating to assistance under section 53.
Accessible public records.
Modifications of Act having effect before 24th October 2007.
Transitional provisions and savings.
Minor and consequential amendments.
Repeals and revocations.
Part I Repeals.
Part II Revocations.