Francesco Midiri

Protection of personal data in the archiving and cataloging of cultural heritage



The study first of all defines a general framework of the European and national rules on the processing of personal data created through catalogs aimed at achieving public and general interests (not necessarily aimed at carrying out historical research purposes). Subsequently, the conditions and limits to the processing of the data of the persons to whom the recorded data refer, of the persons who process the catalogues and of the users of the cataloged information are specifically identified. The result of the paper is a series of changes to the ministerial digital catalogs that are necessary to ensure compliance with data protection regulations.


  • Archiving Cultural Heritage
  • Cataloging Cultural Heritage
  • Personal Data Protection


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