Data Processing Agreement

Data processing agreement (DPA) is a legally binding document signed between two key data processing actors under GDPR – the data controller and the data processor.

It regulates the details of data processing, such as its scope and purpose, as well as the relationship between those actors. In addition, it assigns certain obligations required by the new EU law.

More about Data Processing Agreement on Piwik PRO Blog:
Data Processing Agreement: 7 Elements Every DPA Should Have

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