In its application by virtue of section 22(1), the GDPR has effect as if it were modified as follows.
References to the GDPR and its provisions
(1) References to “this Regulation” and to provisions of the GDPR have effect as references to the applied GDPR and to the provisions of the applied GDPR.
(2) But sub-paragraph (1) does not have effect—
(a) in the case of the references which are modified or inserted by paragraphs 9(f)(ii), 15(b), 16(a)(ii), 35, 36(a) and (e)(ii) and 38(a)(i);
(b) in relation to the references in points (a) and (b) of paragraph 2 of Article 61, as inserted by paragraph 49.
References to Union law and Member State law
(1) References to “Union law”, “Member State law”, “the law of a Member State” and “Union or Member State law” have effect as references to domestic law.
(2) Sub-paragraph (1) is subject to the specific modifications made in this Part of this Schedule.
(3) In this paragraph, “domestic law” means the law of the United Kingdom, or of a part of the United Kingdom, and includes law in the form of an enactment, an instrument made under Her Majesty's prerogative or a rule of law.
References to the Union and to Member States
(1) References to “the Union”, “a Member State” and “Member States” have effect as references to the United Kingdom.
(2) Sub-paragraph (1) is subject to the specific modifications made in this Part of this Schedule (including paragraph 3(1)).
References to supervisory authorities
(1) References to a “supervisory authority”, a
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