Green Pass, “App Safe Io: soon operational”

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“The IO App is secure and will soon be operational for the Green Pass”. To underline this is the company PagoPa. “In relation to today’s press release from the Guarantor for the protection of personal data on Covid-19 green certifications, which states that the functioning of the IO App provides for a transfer to third countries (eg USA, India, Australia) of data particularly delicate (eg cashback transactions, payment instruments, holiday bonuses) ‘, the company PagoPA denies the statement of the above statement “reads the note released by PagoPa and Mitd.


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“As proof, the Guarantor himself gave a favorable opinion to all the services displayed on the IO App including the Cashback and the Holiday Bonus, which remain active for millions of citizens, precisely because it operates in full compliance with the European Regulation on the protection of personal data (Gdpr) “continues the note.

“The PagoPA company, together with the Department for digital transformation, is examining the technical and legal details of the provision for each appropriate initiative and, with a collaborative and determined spirit, has started a table with the Guarantor structures to quickly bring the Green Pass to App IO, in the interest of the millions of Italian citizens who use the same app “clarifies the note.

“The App IO – we read again – is a safe and reliable application as well as one of the pillars of the digital transformation strategy of Public Administration services included in the Pnrr and has already been installed by over 11.5 million citizens. The platform pagoPA, integrated on the IO App, is the modern payment system for Public Administrations and in May alone recorded over 12 million transactions for an economic value of approximately 2.5 billion euros and represents an Italian best practice for European level”.

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