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Allows UW to determine what happens with personal data when it is no longer required to process data by the contractor or when the underlying agreement (z.B. a service contract) expires. The following PDPA summary provides a high-level picture of the intent and content of each section of the PDPA. For small and medium-sized businesses, raising awareness of your product or service is essential to growth. But with the PDPA, you have to respect the various provisions so as not to worry about the privacy of customers (or potential customers). This may seem like an obstacle, but few people realize that PDPA can actually be a blessing in disguise. Companies have the opportunity to allay their fears about data mismanagement, which helps build customer confidence. To avoid any doubt, personal data includes all data set out in the 2010 Data Protection Act, including all data you provided to EcoWorld in this form. Summary List Data Protection Analysis for Changes in PDPA Workflows Requires a contractor to keep personal data confidential and help UW respond to individuals who exercise rights regarding their personal data (such as access, correction, use limitation, deletion, etc.) put in place contractual mechanisms to preserve the integrity of the PDPA and clarify aspects of its use. Clarifies the contracting parties and the role of the PDPA in the broader contractual relationship. Processing data that individuals consider intrusive at the time of the first confidence of their personal data to the UW or did not reasonably expect it.

In addition, your personal data can be transferred to any company within EcoWorld, which may include transferring your data to a location outside Malaysia. To update or correct this data, you can request access to your personal data stored at EcoWorld at any time. provides that personal data can only be used to fulfill the specific objective for which the UW has designated a contractor; prohibits the secondary use of personal data by a contractor; and sets the UW`s control over the legal and communication provisions. Provides meaning that help UW formulate its data protection expectations, consolidate different definitions in existing laws, and address a changing data protection landscape. The main features are: requires the parties to the PDPA to speak out on certain details, such as. B the reasons why personal data is included in data processing; Data processing activities and the specific personal data that is submitted to the data is subject to data processing. Ask for assistance from the UW Privacy Office via the support request form (Please note that you need to authenticate and be connected to the Google G Suite for Education UW to complete this Google-based support request form.) Typical contractual clauses (which may accompany a PDPA) are terms and conditions that apply only to the transfer of personal data from the European Economic Area and Switzerland to certain countries (for example. B the United States) that do not have laws protecting personal data in a comparable manner. The PDPA makes these standard contractual clauses applicable when the processing of a contractor`s data involves such transmissions.

These standard contractual clauses are issued by the European Commission and cannot be changed. Divisions and UW units that use standard contractual clauses can only fill marked substitutes. Explain how a contractor should respond to data breaches. In addition, UW can determine how its compliance obligations and communication with and/or support from individuals who have entrusted their personal data to UW can best be managed. The PDPA checklist guides departments and units step by step by the correct use of the PDPA.