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GDPR Principle 3 – Data Minimization

The principle of data minimization is an important aspect of the GDPR that requires organizations to only collect and process the minimum amount of personal data necessary for the specific purpose for which it is being collected. By following this principle, organizations can help to protect individuals’ privacy and reduce the risk of data breaches.

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GDPR Principle 2 – Purpose Limitation

The principle of purpose limitation is designed to protect the privacy of individuals by ensuring that their personal data is only used for the specific purpose for which it was collected. By following this principle, companies can demonstrate their commitment to protecting the personal data of their customers and clients, and ensure compliance with the GDPR.

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GDPR Principle 1 – Lawfulness, Fairness, And Transparency

Lawfulness, fairness, and transparency are important principles that help ensure that personal data is collected and used in a responsible and respectful manner that protects the privacy of individuals. By following these principles, companies can demonstrate their commitment to protecting the personal data of their customers and clients, and ensure compliance with the GDPR.

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