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m is for minimization of personal dataYou can’t lose what you don’t have. In the event of a data breach or infringement the Data Authorities will look at the data that was breached or violated and if that data should have been available to begin with.

Read more: The ABC of GDPR: M is for Minimization of personal data

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l is for cprm

Here’s the first thing you really need to know about the GDPR: demonstrate your compliance. You do this by documenting your reasonings for certain decisions, documenting your policies and other relevant documentation. And then there’s logging.

Read more: The ABC of GDPR: L is for Logging