Personal data sharing schedule—controller to controller—pro-disclosing party

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  • Personal data sharing schedule—controller to controller—pro-disclosing party

Personal data sharing schedule—controller to controller—pro-disclosing party

Defined terms: This precedent schedule uses the additional defined terms ‘Agreement’, ‘Business Day’, ‘Disclosing Party’, ‘parties’, ‘person’ and ‘Receiving Party’, which are not specific to data processing and which it is assumed are separately defined (or will be adapted) as appropriate in the relevant agreement. It is assumed that references to ‘Disclosing Party’ and ‘Receiving Party’ will be conformed as appropriate to reflect the relevant defined term for each party used in the agreement in which this schedule is used.

The Schedule
Sharing Personal Data

    1. 1

      Definitions and interpretation

      1. 1.1

        In this Schedule:

        Communication

        1. means a complaint, request or other communication (but excluding any Data Subject Request) relating to either party’s obligations under any Data Protection Laws in connection with this Agreement and/or the processing of any of the Shared Personal Data, including any compensation claim from a Data Subject or any notice, investigation or other action from a Data Protection Supervisory Authority relating to the foregoing (and Communicator means the Data Protection Supervisory Authority, Data Subject or other person initiating or conducting a Communication);

        Controller

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

        Data Protection Laws

        1. means, as applicable to either party and/or to [insert reference to relevant activities eg the rights, responsibilities and/or obligations of either party in connection with this Agreement]:

          1. (a)

            the GDPR;

          2. (b)

            the Data Protection Act 2018;

          3. (c)

            the Privacy and

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