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::<u>Example:</u> Section 1 para 1(c) of an Irish law becomes <u>Section</u> <u>1(1)(c)</u> on GDPRhub.
 
::<u>Example:</u> Section 1 para 1(c) of an Irish law becomes <u>Section</u> <u>1(1)(c)</u> on GDPRhub.
  
===Linking to laws===
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===Linking laws===
 
When you cite a law for the first time on a page, you should always also link to the original text of the law, so that the reader can easily follow and verify your work.
 
When you cite a law for the first time on a page, you should always also link to the original text of the law, so that the reader can easily follow and verify your work.
  

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