GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is an EU Common Law, supplemented by Swedish legislation. For example, personal data can only be owned by the physical person to which the data refers to.
As a data controller, you borrow the information in order to fulfil a legitimate purpose. The transparency principle means you need to be more open and tell people how, why and what type of personal data you process.
The goal of the training is to help you understand the differences between GDPR and PuL and what the new legislation means for businesses.
It takes about 35 minutes to complete the course.