Privacy Policies – What Should They Say?
Circumstances may change over time; for instance the purposes for which you use personal data may change or you may start to transfer personal data outside the EEA. It is important to review your policy regularly to make sure that it reflects your current practices.
But changing your policy will not automatically give you the right to process personal data for new purposes; in order to be able to do that, you may have to go back to the data subjects to obtain their consent.
If you would like further advice about any of the issues considered above please contact
Christine Reid on 01865 864195 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article is not intended to be, and should not be taken as being, legal advice. The law often changes and it varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction; the information in this article is generic in nature and specific legal advice should be taken before acting on any of it.
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