GDPR #DataFridays: Write a Privacy Notice

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25 May 2018 -
10:00am to 11:30am

Once a month we focus on a data related topic to help organisations navigate through the opportunities and responsibilities in the age of digital transformation.

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It just so happens that Friday 25 May is the day that the General Data Protection Regulation comes in to force.

After briefly acknowledging the significance of this date, we'll be concentrating on the important matter of how we communicate privacy information to the people whose data we collect and use.

A concern for transparency and the individual's right to be informed means that you need to communicate your processing activities to your data subjects. 

The GDPR specifies what must be included and how they should be written. By law, your privacy information has to be easy for your intented data subjects to read and understand, no matter who they might be.

Privacy notices help the people who you hold personal data about understand the who, what, why and how of your processing.

Come along to hear how you can achieve this, bring your own examples and work towards making your personal data processing more transparent.

If you're looking for more GDPR information, check out the NICVA GDPR Hub and our Data Protection Toolkit

 

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