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Data transfer

I'm working on a marketing freelance basis for a small business involved in small regional UK trade shows for the print industry .The data they collect on visitors to the shows is shared with the exhibitors. I'm trying to find out some info on how to approach this 'data transfer' to our associated UK exhibitors and the implications of this from a GDPR point of view please.
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Andrei Hanganu May 01, 2018

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Once the EU GDPR kicks in you would need to provide a Privacy Notice to the individuals whose data you are collecting during the shows you mentioned.

Your privacy notice should contain the information required by EU GDPR art. 13 “ Information to be provided where personal data are collected from the data subject” (https://advisera.com/eugdpracademy/gdpr/information-to-be-provided-where-personal-data-are-collected-from-the-data-subject/ ) namely:

• Your identity, contact details and details of your representative (if any);
• The contact details of your data protection officer;
• The purpose and legal basis of processing. Where legitimate interests is relied upon, details of those interests;
• The right to withdraw consent (if this is the basis for any processing;
• The categories of personal data processed;
• The recipients or categories of recipients of personal data;
• Details of any intended transfer outside the Union. Details of any safeguards relied upon and the means to obtain copies of transfer agreements;
• The period for which data will be stored or the criteria used to determine this period;
• A list of the individual’s rights, including the right to object to direct marketing, make a subject access request, and to be “forgotten”;
• Details of any automated decision making, including details of the logic used and potential consequences for the individual;
• Whether provision of personal data is a statutory or contractual requirement, whether disclosure is mandatory and the consequence of not disclosing personal data;
• The right to complain to a supervisory authority;

To find out more about privacy notices check out our webinar “Privacy Notices under the EU GDPR” https://advisera.com/eugdpracademy/webinar/privacy-notices-under-the-eu-gdpr-free-webinar-on-demand/ as well as our free “EU GDPR Foundations Course” https://training.advisera.com/se/eu-gdpr-foundations-course//
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