(1) The provisions of [the UK GDPR] and this Act listed in subsection (2) do not apply to personal data to which [the UK GDPR] applies by virtue of [Article 2(1A)] (manual unstructured personal data held by FOI public authorities).
(2) Those provisions are—
(a) in Chapter II of [the UK GDPR] (principles)—
(i) Article 5(1)(a) to (c), (e) and (f) (principles relating to processing, other than the accuracy principle),
(ii) Article 6 (lawfulness),
(iii) Article 7 (conditions for consent),
(iv) Article 8(1) and (2) (child's consent),
(v) Article 9 (processing of special categories of personal data),
(vi) Article 10 (data relating to criminal convictions etc), and
(vii) Article 11(2) (processing not requiring identification);
(b) in Chapter III of [the UK GDPR] (rights of the data subject)—
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