Important guidance about the General Data Protection Regulation’s (GDPR) transparency requirements has been released from Europe. The Article 29 Working Party, an advisory body that oversees data protection in the EU, issued a paper that provides practical guidance and clarity about the obligations of data controllers with respect to informing individuals about the collection, use and protection of their data. The GDPR requires that notices must: be concise, transparent, intelligible and easily accessible (Article 12.1); use clear and plain language (Article 12.1); the requirement for clear and plain language is of particular importance when providing information to children (Article 12.1); be provided in writing “or by other means, including where…
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