Legal Definitions from Termly’s Legal Experts

Automated Decision Making

Automated decision making definition (noun)
1.

Automated decision making is the process of making decisions using automation without direct human involvement.

The GDPR restricts data controllers from relying on automated decision making and auto-profiling if the decision has legal or significant effects on individuals.

Appears in: GDPR

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