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DRAFTING FOR BREXIT: For the latest information on the impact of Brexit on the drafting, negotiation and enforceability of this Precedent, see Practice Notes: Brexit—implications for data protection, Brexit—drafting boilerplate clauses and Brexit—drafting commercial clauses.
For short form pro-controller provisions drafted as a separate schedule (as opposed to clauses for the main body of the agreement), see Precedent: Personal data processing schedule—short form—pro-controller.
Processing of Personal Data
In this clause 1:
Controller, Data Subject, International Organisation, Personal Data, Personal Data Breach, Processor and processing shall have the respective meanings given to them in applicable Data Protection Laws from time to time (and related expressions, including process, processed, and processes shall be construed accordingly);
Data Protection Laws means any applicable law relating to the processing, privacy and/or use of Personal Data, as applicable to either party or the Services, including:
the Data Protection Act 2018;
any laws which implement any such laws;
any laws that replace, extend, re-enact, consolidate or amend any of the foregoing; and
all guidance, guidelines and
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