Data Processing Agreement (Controller friendly) (Taylor Vinters)

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This template can be used where a controller appoints a processor to perform services that will result in the processor processing personal data. It is important to ensure you have accurately identified the roles of each party in respect of the personal data being processed. The controller is the entity determining the purpose and means of processing personal data and the processor (the โ€œProviderโ€) is the entity which processes the personal data on behalf of the controller. This template should not be used for controller to controller data sharing arrangements. This template is a controller friendly version.

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Taylor Vinters

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Data Processing Agreement (Controller friendly)(Taylor Vinters).DOCX

Jurisdiction

England and Wales

Cost

Free to use

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๐Ÿ“Š Data Processing Agreement

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A Data Processing Agreement is designed for use in situations where a data controller collects and uses personal data (about its customers or staff, for example), and wishes to engage a data processor to hold and/or process that personal data on its behalf.

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