(1) This Part is relevant to most processing of personal data.
(2) Chapter 2 of this Part [This Part]—
(a) applies to the types of processing of personal data to which the GDPR [UK GDPR] applies by virtue of Article 2 of the GDPR, and
(b) supplements, and must be read with, the GDPR [UK GDPR].
(3) Chapter 3 of this Part—
(a) applies to certain types of processing of personal data to which the GDPR does not apply (see section 21), and
(b) makes provision for a regime broadly equivalent to the GDPR to apply to such processing.
(1) Terms used in Chapter 2 of this Part and in the GDPR [UK GDPR] have the same meaning in Chapter 2 as [this Part as] they have in the GDPR [UK GDPR].
(2) In subsection (1), the reference to a term's meaning in the GDPR [UK GDPR] is to its meaning in the GDPR [UK GDPR] read with any provision of Chapter 2 [this Part] which modifies the term's meaning for the purposes of the GDPR [UK GDPR].
(3) Subsection (1) is subject to any provision in Chapter 2 [this Part] which provides expressly for the term to have a different meaning and to section 204.
(4) Terms used in Chapter 3 of this Part and in the applied GDPR have the same meaning in Chapter 3 as they have in the applied GDPR.
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