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In a narrow understanding of the lawfulness requirement, it is understood to be a mere reference to [[Article 6 GDPR#1|Article 6(1)]] and its requirement to base any processing operation on at least one of the six legal bases it exhaustively lists.<ref>''Herbst'' in Kühling, Buchner, GDPR BDSG, Article 5 GDPR, margin numbers 8-12,  (Beck 2020, 3rd ed.) (accessed 7.05.2021).</ref>
 
In a narrow understanding of the lawfulness requirement, it is understood to be a mere reference to [[Article 6 GDPR#1|Article 6(1)]] and its requirement to base any processing operation on at least one of the six legal bases it exhaustively lists.<ref>''Herbst'' in Kühling, Buchner, GDPR BDSG, Article 5 GDPR, margin numbers 8-12,  (Beck 2020, 3rd ed.) (accessed 7.05.2021).</ref>
  
In a broader understanding of the lawfulness requirement, any processing that violates the GDPR or any national provision would render the processing of data illegal. For example, this would include the lack of information under [[Article 13 GDPR|Articles 13]] or [[Article 14 GDPR|14]].<ref>''Herbst'' in Kühling, Buchner, GDPR BDSG, Article 5 GDPR, margin numbers 8-12,  (Beck 2020, 3rd ed.) (accessed 7.05.2021).</ref>
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In a broader understanding of the lawfulness requirement, any processing that violates the GDPR or any national provision would render the processing of data illegal. For example, this would include the lack of information under [[Article 13 GDPR|Articles 13]] or [[Article 14 GDPR|14]].  
  
 
=====Fair=====
 
=====Fair=====
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=====Transparent=====
 
=====Transparent=====
 
The transparency principle shall ensure the that data subject is fully aware of the processing of any personal data. In practice, other Articles of the GDPR (for example [[Article 13 GDPR|Article 13]], [[Article 14 GDPR|14]] or [[Article 15 GDPR|15]]) ensure the concrete implementation of this principle.
 
The transparency principle shall ensure the that data subject is fully aware of the processing of any personal data. In practice, other Articles of the GDPR (for example [[Article 13 GDPR|Article 13]], [[Article 14 GDPR|14]] or [[Article 15 GDPR|15]]) ensure the concrete implementation of this principle.
 
Recital 39 GDPR contains a number of explanatory statements regarding the transparency principle. In particular, "it should be transparent to natural persons that personal data concerning them are collected, used, consulted or otherwise processed and to what extent the personal data are or will be processed." Data subjects should be "made aware of risks, rules, safeguards, and rights in relation to the processing [...] and how to exercise their rights." All information communicated should be "accessible and easy to understand" and in "clear and plain language".
 
  
 
====(b) Purpose limitation====
 
====(b) Purpose limitation====

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