Course sections

LEGISLATION, Lecture 1

LEGISLATION

For the legal basis of processing personal data there are defined six different conditions that justify the processing of data. Those are consent, contractual necessity, compliance with legal obligations, vital interests, public interest and legitimate interests. A lawful basis for processing personal data consists of at least one of those legal grounds and can vary per personal data processing activity and purpose. Also, the obligation of organizations is to have a lawful basis in respect of each processing activity.

This training module aims to give understanding about lawful processing of personal data and possibility to exercise their legal rights.