UK DPA 1998
A Coggle Diagram about 8 Principles of DPA
- Collected in a lawful manner and used responsibly.
- The information must be adequate for the purpose but not too extensive when compared to the intended purpose.
- All information must be accurate and timely.
- The information can only be used for those reasons that have been declared. You cannot sell, trade or give any information away, unless that is the declared purpose.
- The information must only be stored for a suitable period of time and destroyed when necessary.
- Data controllers must make themselves known to the Information Commissioner.
- The information must be kept safe and secure.
- Files must not be transferred outside of the EU unless the country being sent the information has suitable laws regarding data.
), The rights of data subjects
, People involved and their roles
, Types of personal data
, A simple explanation of the Data Protection Act 1998
) and (Registration with the information commissioner