Charities should use consent as the “route of last resort” when deciding the basis on which they processed personal data, an audience of charity finance directors heard this week. Serena Tierney, a partner at law firm Veale Wasborough Vizards, told the Charity Finance Summit, run by Civil Society Media, that there were several lawful reasons to process personal data, other than having explicit consent to do so, and that in most cases, charities could and should find another basis to use instead.

Source: Civil Society

Fri, 20 Oct 2017 16:20:30 GMT