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How to choose which ‘lawful basis’ to use under the GDPR
Under the GDPR, it’s crucial to identify the lawful basis (or legal reason) you can use to justify why you process personal data. Use the process below to work out which of the 6 lawful bases to use for each of your data processing activities, and avoid wasting time seeking consent that you don't need.
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