Article 5 states that personal data shall be processed lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner in relation to the data subject (‘lawfulness, fairness and transparency).
Section 1 (Transparency and modalities), Section 2 (Information and access to personal data), Section 3 (Rectification and erasure) and Section 4 (Right to object and individual decision making) all contain specific requirements for communicating with data subjects.
Being transparent and providing accessible information to individuals about how you will use their personal data is a key principle of the GDPR. The most common way to provide this information is in a privacy notice. Embrace transparency as a means of building trust and confidence with your data subjects and use it as a means of distinguishing yourself from your competitors
In GDPR365's data mapping, you will build a profile of your personal data processing. This will inform the content of a suggested privacy notice for your organisation.
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