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    1. If you control personal data, you will need to register with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) and pay a fee unless you are exempt. You can check whether you are required to register here: https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/data-protection-fee/self-assessment/

     

    1. If data can be used to identify a private individual, it is personal data. In some cases, this means that the collection of data that excludes proper names and/or addresses may still be personal data, if the data that is collected (either alone or in addition to other easily attainable data) can be used to identify a private individual. However, truly anonymous data is not subject to the General Data Protection Regulations.

     

    1. If you collect personal data, you must set out the nature of the processing in a privacy policy. You must say who you are and how you can be contacted. You must explain the purpose of the data collection and the lawful basis on which you are collecting and processing the data. You must state how long you will keep the data for and the individuals’ rights in relation to the data. Finally you should explain the right to complain to the supervisory authority which will likely be the ICO.

     

    1. If you are sharing data with another party, you need to disclose this in your privacy policy and you need to have a data sharing agreement in place setting out the scope and nature of the processing. Where the processing is by a data processor, the agreement must include prescribed clauses.

     

    1. The GDPR does not stop you sending marketing communications! Marketing is an activity that is in the legitimate interests of businesses and is therefore lawful if your interests are balanced against the rights and freedoms of the individual. However, there are processes and procedures that must be adhered to including a further set of regulations for electronic communications.
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