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Question of the week: what is the difference between a ‘commonly used electronic format’ and a ‘structured, commonly used, machine readable and interoperable’ format when responding to data subject rights?

Question of the week: what is the difference between a ‘commonly used electronic format’ and a ‘structured, commonly used, machine readable and interoperable’ format when responding to data subject rights?
Published on: 07 May 2021
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Question of the week: what is the difference between a ‘commonly used electronic format’ and a ‘structured, commonly used, machine readable and interoperable’ format when responding to data subject rights?
  • The right of access
  • The right to data portability
  • What are the key differences?

Article summary

This week’s question of the week is what is the difference between a ‘commonly used electronic format’ and a ‘structured, commonly used, machine readable and interoperable’ format when responding to data subject rights? Read our Q&A to learn more about this topic and what issues law firms may face. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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