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ESPIN ALBA, Isabel. Non-material damage caused by unlawful interference in the right to honour as a consequence of wrongful inclusion on debtors’ registers. Rev. IUS [online]. 2020, vol.14, n.46, pp.183-204.  Epub 02-Dic-2020. ISSN 1870-2147.

The inclusion of the details of a debtor on the indexes containing information on solvency and creditworthiness, also known as debtors’ registers, may have an extremely negative impact on their personal and professional reputation. In recent years, the Spanish Supreme Court has been able to construct a doctrine on the compensation for damages caused by unlawful interference in the right to honour as a consequence of wrongful inclusion on debtors’ registers. The present article aims to study this jurisprudential doctrine, highlighting the problem of the symbolic value of the compensation awarded, as this type of quantification is a deterrent for those damaged by said wrongful inclusion. Thus, the present article analyses the function of tort law in these cases, presenting reflections on the preventive value of certain mechanisms pertaining to the European Data Protection Regulations, in an effort to strengthen a preventive legal culture.

Palabras llave : Personal data; debtors’ register; right to honor; right to damages/tort law; non-material damages.

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