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Right to Be Informed

Right to Be Informed definition (noun)
1.

The Right to Be Informed is a GDPR right of data subjects to know how their personal information is collected and used.

Under the Right to Be Informed, businesses and websites must provide individuals with details of their personal data collection and processing. This is usually done in the form of a privacy policy.

Appears in: GDPR and Privacy Policies

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