In the event that the data subject is a minor who is not sui juris by marriage or has no capacity as a sui juris person under section 27 of the Civil and Commercial Code, the request for the consent from such data subject shall be made as follows:
(1) In the event that the minor’s giving of consent is not any act which the minor may be entitled to act alone as prescribed under section 22, section 23, or section 24 of the Civil and Commercial Code, such act also requires consent of the holder of parental responsibility over the child;
(2) Where the minor is below the age of ten years, the consent shall be obtained from the holder of parental responsibility over the child.
In the event that the data subject is incompetent, the consent must be obtained from the custodian who has the power to act on behalf of the incompetent person.
In the event that the data subject is quasi-incompetent, the consent must be obtained from the curator who has the power to act on behalf of the quasi-incompetent person.
The provisions of paragraphs one, two, and three shall apply mutatis mutandis to the withdrawal of consent of the data subject, the notice given to the data subject, the exercise of rights of the data subject, the complaint of the data subject, and any other acts under this Act for the data subject who is a minor, an incompetent or quasi-incompetent person.