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GDPR Article 28

Contracting Under GDPR: The Article 28 Guide

Brandi Browning, Legal Operations Manager, TermScout

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ABOUT THIS SCREEN


Designed For:

Anyone who authors or signs a data processing agreement and wants to sanity check it against the main requirements of Article 28 of the GDPR.

 

Purpose:

This Screen was built based on the GDPR Article 28 requirements for data processing. Article 28 outlines the written requirements that data controllers must have in place with data processors.

 

Limitations, Assumptions, Details:

This Screen was validated against a sample of 5 data processing agreements and produced a 100% accuracy rate. This screen should be used with a lawyer, not in replacement of a lawyer. Neither Screens nor any screen author is or will provide you with legal advice. AI accuracy rates vary based on a number of factors so always double check all AI predictions.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Brandi Browning

Brandi Browning

Brandi has been an attorney for 13 years and works as a Legal Operations Manager at TermScout, where she applies her legal experience to tailoring custom AI contract review solutions for large legal and procurement departments. She is the point-of-contact for TermScout’s largest accounts and specializes in start-up finance and privacy agreements, staying on the forefront of these unique and often changing areas of law. Brandi is committed to the concept of enhancing the efficiency and quality of contract review through legal tech and removing the barrier to entry in understanding even the most complex legal concepts.

TermScout has a team of contract prompt engineers that can create and validate screens for clients based on their existing playbooks or templates.

 

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