The controller shall take appropriate measures to ensure that personal data which are inaccurate or no longer up to date are not transmitted or otherwise made available. To that end, the controller shall, as far as possible with reasonable effort, verify the quality of the data before they are transmitted or made available. The controller shall also, as far as possible and reasonable, in all transmissions of personal data include the necessary information to enable the recipient to assess the degree of accuracy, completeness and reliability of the data, and the extent to which they are up to date.
If the processing of personal data is subject to special conditions, in transmissions of data the transmitting body shall inform the recipient of these conditions and the requirement to respect them. The obligation of providing information may be met by marking the data accordingly.
The transmitting body shall not apply conditions to recipients in other Member States of the European Union or to agencies, offices and bodies established pursuant to Chapters 4 and 5 of Title V of the Third Part of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union other than those applicable to similar domestic transmissions.