Is the ICO’s view of “lawful processing” under the GDPR wrong?

What makes processing “lawful” under the GDPR? The Information Commissioner (ICO) has stated that the word “lawfulness” has general application, as it did under the previous Data Protection Act (DPA1998). Though this view may be wrong. There is a significant risk that the level of the protection afforded to data subjects in the UK (and in Europe) is much diminished.

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