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Data Protection and Compliance in Context by Stewart Room

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PART IV EXEMPTIONS

Part IV of the DPA contains exemptions from the ‘subject information provisions’ and the ‘non-disclosure provisions’. The exemptions from the subject information provisions, which are essentially exemptions from the transparency provisions of the DPA, were discussed in Chapter 2. This section deals with the exemptions from the non-disclosure provisions.

The non-disclosure provisions

The disclosure of personal data is an act of processing and section 27 identifies the non-disclosure provisions of the DPA to be:

  • The first data protection principle’s requirement for fair and lawful processing. However, the first data protection principle’s requirement for the data controller to satisfy a Schedule 2 or Schedule 3 condition does ...

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