You are legally required to inform your clients, visitors, and employees clearly about what privacy-sensitive data you collect and for what purpose. Even if that purpose is simply to record their data in your customer database. The obligation to inform is laid down in the GDPR. This information is usually provided through a privacy statement. Legal ICT is happy to assist you in checking or drawing up your privacy statement.
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If a party wishes to outsource the processing of personal data to another party, it is legally required to enter into a data processing agreement.
With general terms and conditions, you as a hosting company, web shop or other type of company provide clarity to your customers and safeguard your organisation’s legal position.
With a non-disclosure agreement (NDA), parties agree what information is considered confidential and may therefore not be shared with third parties.