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Mastering Internet of Things by Peter Waher

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Finding your legal grounds

To be allowed to process personal data in the first place, you must have a legal foundation for doing so. The GDPR provides you with the following six options to choose from:

  • The most recognized form is based on consent. This means that you get an approval from each data subject after having informed them of what you are going to do. After getting the approval, you're allowed to perform the processing that you've described. Each subject must be allowed to withdraw their consent at any time. And doing so should be as easy as it was to give it. And when they do, you're no longer allowed to process their personal data and must remove it.
  • You are also allowed to process personal data if it is your legal obligation ...

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