Collecting personal data? We help you build a water-tight privacy notice.
A privacy notice is a document required under GDPR that businesses give to individuals to explain how their personal data is processed. It has two aims: give individuals control over the way their data is collected and used, and promote transparency and trust between a business and its stakeholders.
Because of this, it’s important for businesses to make sure that individuals read their privacy notice in full and understand it: that means no jargon, a lack of pages and pages of text and not hiding it somewhere that people won’t find it... something we’ve helped countless businesses do.
Examples of when a privacy notice is needed:
At the point someone signs up to your mailing list and receives communication from your business.
Users and account holders:
Whenever a user is creating an account on your platform.
Whenever someone submits their details to enter a businesses competition.
At the start of a recruitment process, in an employment contract or an exit interview.
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The Guide to UK GDPR
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