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Undue delay under the GDPR

In cases where the processor has to respond to a data subject they must do so without undue delay. Meaning that even though a time limit has been set of 30 days for instance, you still may not unnecessarily take your time responding to the data subject.

Read more: The ABC of GDPR: U is for Undue Delay