Frequently Asked Questions and Answers from Termly’s Legal Experts

What does pseudonymisation mean?

Pseudonymisation means processing data to prevent a person from being identified with it. For example, in a pseudonymised database, names are often replaced with reference numbers.

Laws and regulations like the GDPR require companies to protect personal data through measures like pseudonymisation.

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Build Privacy by Design into your business structure.

Implementing measures like pseudonymisation into your website is an important part of following Privacy by Design guidelines.

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