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Paul-Emmanuel Bidault
Paul-Emmanuel Bidault
26 December 2023·2 minutes read time

Consent is one of the six legal bases laid down by the GDPR for processing data.

It must meet the following conditions:

Free: not consenting must not have negative consequences.

Specific: we must know what we are consenting to and we must consent by purpose

Informed: you must be fully informed about the processing operation before giving your consent, and at least about :

  • the identity of the data controller
  • the purpose
  • the existence of the right to withdraw consent.

The information must then be supplemented by a personal data charter or privacy policy.

Unambiguous: positive action by the individual. The individual must say YES! Consent boxes must not be ticked by default.

Documented: consent must be proven.

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