Template: Declaration of obligation & non-disclosure agreement

The declaration of obligation or non-disclosure/confidentiality agreement can apply to data protection, privacy of telecommunications [Telekommunikationsgeheimnis], trade secrets as well as social security data privacy [Sozialgeheimnis]. Furthermore, confidentiality agreements for employees and confidentiality agreements for external service providers should be distinguished. You may alter the activeMind declaration of obligation template as needed for your company.

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Declarations for employees

Declarations for external service providers

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Scope of the declarations of obligation

  • Declaration of obligation/confidentiality agreement data protection (§ 5 of the Federal Data Protection Act [Bundesdatenschutzgesetz (BDSG)]
  • Declaration of obligation/confidentiality agreement privacy of telecommunications [Telekommunikationsgeheimnis] (§ 88 of the Telecommunications Act [Telekommunikationsgesetz – TKG])
  • Declaration of obligation/confidentiality agreement trade secrets (§ 17 Act against Unfair Competition [Gesetz gegen den unlauteren Wettbewerb – UWG])
  • Declaration of obligation social security data privacy [Sozialgeheimnis] (§ 35 of the Social Security Code I [Sozialgesetzbuch I])
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