Lex Galeria de privatis rebus (Nova Roma)
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LEX STATUS INFORMATION
This lex is currently IN FORCE.
- Approved by comitia populi tributa
- Yes: 19 No: 15 Abs.: 0
- Kal. Dec. ‡ L. Arminio Ti. Galerio cos. ‡ MMDCCLX a.u.c.
I. The Lex Cornelia de privatis rebus is repealed.
II. The Lex Octavia de privatis rebus is repealed.
III. Confidential information consists of the following:
A. information given directly by a person for the purpose of applying for citizenship; and
B. information given directly by a person for the purpose of updating or correcting information referred to in III.A above; and
C. information obtained from the subscription list of the e-mail list that currently constitutes the Forum or main list of Nova Roma, other than information which is available to every member of that e-mail list; and
D. information obtained from the subscription lists from the publications of Nova Roma.
IV. Information is given directly when it is provided voluntarily by the person to whom it pertains.
V. Where confidential information is held in official records or by any magistrate, it shall be made available to any censor, consul, praetor, magister aranearius , or magistrate legally responsible for the handling of applications for citizenship, upon request by that person. It shall be made available to any provincial governor, upon request by that governor, if and only if it pertains to a person living in the province which he or she governs. It shall not be made available to any other person except as provided below.
VI. A censor may at his or her discretion give confidential information to a magistrate other than one entitled to received it under V above upon request by that magistrate.
VII. A magistrate who receives confidential information under V or VI above may at his or her discretion give that information to his or her lawfully appointed assistant.
VIII. A censor may at his or her discretion give confidential information on request to a municipal agent of law enforcement or other person entitled by municipal law to demand and be given the information. Where a censor receives such a request, he or she shall inform the person to whom the information pertains of the request, of all circumstances relevant to the request, and of the censor's actions in response to the request.
IX. Other than as set out above, no person shall give to any other person any confidential information about any third person without the permission of that third person.
X. Nothing in this lex shall be taken to prohibit any person from asking any other person for information about himself or herself. Nothing in this lex shall be taken to prohibit any person from giving information about himself to any other person.
Praetorian commentary on this lex
Comment . In accordance with the Edictum Praetorium de Legibus Mutandis, this lex references the now defunct position of the magister aranearius. This office has now merged with the current curator rei informaticae.