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On 2 February the ICO announced that it had published a new code of practice relating to privacy notices, transparency and control, which aims to keep pace with the increasingly complex digital landscape and also take into account the broader transparency rules under the GDPR.  The ICO’s current guidance, from 2010, is here. ‘Transparency’ under the GDPR Although organisations are already required to provide certain details in relation to the identity of the data controller and the purposes for which the data is being collected, the GDPR will increase the amount of information which must be provided to individuals, including the rights available to them, information on data transfers and the source of the data.  All information must be presented in a concise, transparent, intelligible and easily accessible form, using clear and plain language and tailored to the specific audience (including children).  Organisations which fail to meet these requirements … Continue Reading ››