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it is assumed that the question is whether parties to a personal data sharing or collaboration arrangement may agree a general liability cap on claims that may be brought by each party under that contract for breach of any of the data protection provisions in that contract, and
it is only commented on the general position under the General Data Protection Regulation, Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR) as it applies under the laws of England and Wales. Limitation of liability provisions in contracts are subject to general controls and restrictions imposed by both statute and by common law that are beyond the scope of this reply. For further guidance, see Practice Note: Exclusion and limitation of liability
Where two parties will share or otherwise collaborate in the processing of personal data, it is necessary to determine whether each party is acting as a processor, independent controller or joint controller. See Practice Note: Determining roles under data protection law in commercial transactions between businesses (processor, independent controller or joint controller).
As explained in Practice Note: Supply chains under data protection law—arrangements between controllers and processors, where one of the parties is a processor (or sub-processor), Article 28 of the GDPR will require that certain mandatory contractual terms are put in place.
As explained further in Practice Note: Personal data sharing
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