Don’t miss our upcoming episode of the Data Protection Made Easy Podcast, “Beyond Consent: Understanding Different Lawful Bases,” taking place on May 19th at 12:30PM – 13:30PM.
Hosted by our experts Jasmine Harrison, Phil Brining and Joe Kirk, this session will delve into the different lawful bases for data processing beyond consent. While consent is crucial, there are other lawful bases that can be used in various situations, such as legitimate interest and contractual obligation. Our hosts will share their top tips and advice on how to use these bases effectively.
This session is suitable for anyone interested in data protection, whether you’re an IT professional or a business owner. It’s completely free to attend, and you’ll have the opportunity to ask our hosts questions about any data protection issues you may be facing.
To sign up, simply fill out the form below to register for this specific session or subscribe to the Data Protection Made Easy community to receive weekly invites to discussions around data protection, with thoughtfully chosen topics and special guest speakers with specific expertise. You’ll also receive updates from Data Protection People on recent changes and updates to data protection law. Don’t miss out on this informative and engaging discussion!
19th May 2023
12:30PM - 13:30PM
Register for the "Beyond Consent: Understanding Different Lawful Bases" session or join the Data Protection Made Easy community today! As a member of the community, you'll receive weekly invitations to discussions around data protection, with thoughtfully chosen topics and special guest speakers with specific expertise. You'll also benefit from updates from Data Protection People on recent changes and updates to data protection law.
By registering for the session or subscribing to the community, you'll have the opportunity to engage with like-minded professionals, learn from industry experts, and ask questions about any data protection issues you may be facing.
Don't miss out on this chance to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the world of data protection. Register or subscribe now.
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