GDPR Consent Checklist
If you're on the road to GDPR compliance, you may be confused about consent.
Simply put, consent means that you've let your audience know why you are collecting their data, and what you will do with it, and they have agreed to this.
This simple checklist covers asking for consent, recording consent, and managing consent into the future.
P.S. - You may not need to use consent, for an easier alternative, check out our blog on legitimate interests and consent.
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Note: This is intended to provide an overview of GDPR and is not a definitive statement of the law.
For a definitive guide, check out the Information Commissioner’s Office website.