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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - GDPR privacy notice
    GDPR - privacy noticeUnder data protection legislation certain information must be supplied to individuals regarding the processing of their personal data. All this information can be put in a privacy notice.thought processWhen putting your privacy notice together, go through the following thought process: what information is being collected?who is collecting it?how is it collected?why is it being collected?how will it be used?who will it be shared with?what will be the effect of this on the individuals concerned?is...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Example website wording for processing data relying on legitimate business interests
    Example website wording for processing data relying on legitimate business interestsEven if you're relying on a legitimate interest to undertake direct marketing, don't forget that you must flag up very clearly that the data subject has the right to opt-out at any time. This example wording covers what you need to say. What are legitimate interests?If you are a private sector organisation, you can process personal data without consent if you have a genuine and legitimate reason (including commercial benefit),...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Example of an opt-in for direct marketing
    Example of an opt-in for direct marketingWhen you're first collecting someone's personal data, find out what they are prepared to allow you to do with it.   Postal marketingThe General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) specifically says that direct marketing may be regarded as a legitimate interest. Using legitimate interests as a lawful ground for postal data marketing is attractive and an opportunity you mustn't overlook or take for granted. However, it must be used carefully at all times.  Electronic marketingIf...
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