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==== Failure to meet the requirements ====
 
==== Failure to meet the requirements ====
If any part of the statement (provided by the controller to the data subject) does not meet the above-mentioned requirements or anyway "''constitutes an infringement of this Regulation'' [it] ''shall not be binding''". In data protection terms, this may easily translate into a violation of the lawfulness principle (the claimed legal basis is not present --> Article 6(1)(a) GDPR) and should bring to the immediate deletion of all the data collected. <ref>''Heckmann, Paschke,'' in Ehmann, Selmayr, Datenschutz-Grundverordnung, Article 7 GDPR, Margin number 83 (Beck, 2nd edition 2018) (accessed 29.4.2021)</ref>  
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If any part of the statement (provided by the controller to the data subject) does not meet the above-mentioned requirements or anyway "''constitutes an infringement of this Regulation'' [it] ''shall not be binding''". In data protection terms, this may easily translate into a violation of the lawfulness principle (the claimed legal basis is not present --> Article 6(1)(a) GDPR) and should bring to the immediate deletion of all the data collected. <ref name=":0" />  
  
 
===Right to withdraw consent (Article 7(3) GDPR)===
 
===Right to withdraw consent (Article 7(3) GDPR)===

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