In turn, the Office of the Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression established that the habeas data action imposes certain obligations on the entities that process information: to use the data for the specific and explicit objectives established; and ensure data security against accidental, unauthorized access and manipulation. In cases in which State or private sector entities have obtained data irregularly and / or illegally, the petitioner must have access to said information, even when it is classified. Access to information enables the petitioner to know the identity of those involved in the legal collection of data, enabling legal sanction for their responsibilities. The nature of inspection constitutes an important control mechanism of the activity of the security and intelligence agencies of the State, mainly it allows to verify the legality used by these agencies in the collection of personal data. In order for the habeas data action to be carried out efficiently, the administrative obstacles that hinder the obtaining of the information must be eliminated and must be im (712) CSJN, Matimport S.A. s / precautionary measure 1999, Judgments 322: 259. (713) EDLA, 2000-B-131. (714) EDLA, 2001, Bull. 22-22. (715) As a precedent to the concern for the protection of personal data, the INDEC was created in 1968, where the secrecy of the data collected by the National Statistics System was established, data that were only published in compilations as a whole, so that The commercial or patrimonial secret could not be violated, nor could the persons or entities to whom they refer be individualized.
Simple, low-cost and easily accessible information systems for the applicant be implemented (716). The collection of personal information must be subject to certain principles such as social justification, information and limitation that do not work directly with falsehood or inaccuracy (717). Therefore, if the exact information has been collected for one purpose and has been used for another or for an illicit or socially reprehensible purpose, it should be deleted because it affects the sphere of privacy of the individual, without prejudice to its discriminatory or harmful potential. In short, once the falsehood or discrimination of the information contained in the data record has been verified, the person may request: the deletion of the data; the rectification in case of inaccurate, erroneous information, etc .; updating in the event that the information does not respond to the current state of the subject; the confidentiality of legally collected information that should not be known to third parties.