GDPR: overview of tips
- What is the General Data Protection Regulation?
- What has changed with regard to the previous privacy legislation?
- What are the basic principles?
- What are the different roles and responsibilities according to the GDPR?
- What are personal data?
Security and storage
- How do I protect my data correctly?
- Pseudonymisation of personal data
- How long may I store research data containing personal data?
- What should I do in case of a data breach?
Rights of data subjects
- How to be transparent to data subjects in my research?
- What information should I include in an informed consent form when the processing of personal data is based on the consent of the data subjects?
- What rights do data subjects have, how do I respect them and what exceptions may apply to research?
GDPR and research
- Consent in research – ethics & privacy
- How do I register personal data processing activities?
- What should I keep in mind when designing my research?
- When does the GDPR apply to my research?
- Why is it important to comply with the GDPR?
- What are some things to consider when using (online) survey tools?
- What should I think about when I collaborate with others or share my data?
- Can I share research data with personal data with other researchers or institutions when my research project has ended?
- What do I need to think about when transferring personal data to third countries or international organisations?
Personal data and vulnerable persons
- How can I ensure that the processing of personal data is lawful?
- What should I keep in mind when processing special categories of personal data?
- What do I need to think about when using a mailing list in the context of my research?
- What are some things to consider when processing personal data from minors?
- When am I processing high-risk personal data and when do I need to conduct a DPIA?
- What should I do in the event of further/secondary processing of personal data?
- Who are considered to be vulnerable persons?
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