Privacy Information Guidance Notes
One of the key principles of the UK's data protection legislation (and, in particular, the UK GDPR) is transparency. Closely linked with this is the Right to be Informed. Individual data subjects must be given certain pieces of key information about your collection, processing, and holding of their personal data and must be given that information in a clear, plain, concise, and easily-accessible way.
These Privacy Information Guidance Notes contain the following clauses:
1. The Information Required
2. Background - The Right to be Informed
4. Drafting Privacy Information - Language
5. Dealing with Change
6. Dealing with Other Organisations
7. Artificial Intelligence - Automated Decision-Making
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