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GDPR: using apps and online services with pupils
If you're using educational apps or other online services with pupils, like assessment platforms or homework portals, make sure you stay compliant with data protection law. Work through these questions before setting up a new app or service to figure out your responsibilities, then see what you need to do next.
- Would you be the data controller?
- Would use of the service be necessary for educational purposes?
- Steps to follow when setting up a service
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