Legal Ground / Basis

The GDPR specifies six legal grounds (or legal basis) that allow a Controller (typically an organization) to process personal data. The applicable legal ground depends on the type of personal data and the type of processing. The six legal bases include:

  1. Consent
  2. Necessary for the performance of a contract
  3. Legal obligation
  4. Vital interest of the data subject or another person
  5. A task carried out in public interest
  6. Legitimate interest of the controller

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