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GDPR Guide for IT developers

This guide aims to provide practical answers to data management questions frequently asked by IT developers. It does not aim to be a comprehensive training material for the IT sector, which would not be possible within such a short publication. We hope that this material will contribute to raising awareness of data management issues in general
within the IT sector, and especially of personal data management, which presents a convergence of reasoning with Intellectual Property (IP) rights management. The information provided in this document only concerns European specificities on data management with a focus on the regulation of personal data.

The Guide is structured as follows:

  • Protection of data
  • What is personal data?
  • Anonymised or pseudonymised data?
  • Geolocation
  • What is personal data processing?
  • What are the conditions for processing personal data?
  • Do I have a specific purpose?
  • Rights of the data subject
  • Liability and compliance
  • Global data management and documentation

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