Legitimate interest is the least straightforward of the six legal grounds that allow controllers to process personal data. It can be used when a processing activity is necessary to meet the interests of the controller. However, the interest needs to be balanced against the data subject’s fundamental rights. This happens in the three-step test.
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Data Subject Access Requests
Learn about Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs). Discover the right, request details, and response strategies for individuals seeking access to their personal data.
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