Data processing arrangements—representative sub-provisions—pro-controller and pro-processor
Data processing arrangements—representative sub-provisions—pro-controller and pro-processor

The following Information Law guidance note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Data processing arrangements—representative sub-provisions—pro-controller and pro-processor

Produced in partnership with JP Buckley and Sam Morrow of DWF

DRAFTING FOR BREXIT: For the latest information on the impact of Brexit on the drafting, negotiation and enforceability of this Precedent, see Practice Note: Brexit—implications for data protection.

Note: These provisions are drafted on the assumption that the relevant agreement is a business to business arrangement under which the supplier acts as processor for a customer acting as a controller. The terms ‘supplier’ and ‘customer’ (instead of ‘processor’ or ‘controller’ respectively) have been used to make these provisions easier to integrate into commercial agreements. They also use the additional defined terms ‘Agreement’, ‘Business Day’, ‘Customer’, ‘Data Protection Laws’, ‘Data Protection Supervisory Authorities’, ‘Data Subject’, ‘GDPR’ and ‘Supplier’, which it is assumed are separately defined in the relevant agreement.

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    Definition (to be incorporated into relevant part of the agreement)

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      Representative

      1. has the meaning given in applicable Data Protection Laws;

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