Fenergo: GDPR in Context: The 6 Legal Bases for Processing

The first principle of data protection requires that all personal data be processed lawfully, fairly and transparently. A legal (or lawful) basis for processing must be satisfied before an organization can process any personal data.

GDPR outlines six scenarios in which data processing is legally permitted. Unless the organization can show that the processing activity fits within one or more of these scenarios, then it is deemed to be unlawful to process the personal data.

As such, the six

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