One of the key principles of the 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.
Given the sheer weight of the privacy information required, providing it to
individuals in a manner that is easy to digest can be a daunting task.
templates, these Guidance Notes have been designed to explain the
requirements set down by the GDPR in more detail, as well as providing some
essential tips on practical compliance.
We also answer a common question asked by our customers: what is the
terms mean exactly the same thing. Here at Simply-Docs we use the terms to
differentiate between “online” and “offline”. Both, however, provide the
same required privacy information.
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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