The GDPR gives people the right not to be subject to solely automated decisions, including profiling, which have a legal or similarly significant effect on them. These provisions restrict when you can carry out this type of processing and give individuals specific rights in those cases.
These guidelines are concerned with the applicability of Article 6(1)(b) to processing of personal data in the context of contracts for online services, irrespective of how the services are financed. The guidelines will outline the elements of lawful processing under Article 6(1)(b) GDPR and consider the concept of ‘necessity’ as it applies to ’necessary for […]
Access Now presents A user guide to data protection in the European Union – Your rights and how to exercise them to help you exercise your right to data protection. This guide gives you information about the rights encompassed under the EU law on data protection as well as information on how to use these […]