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Q1. The General Data Protection Regulation covers the acquisition, handling, sharing and use of what type of data?CorrectIncorrect
Q2. On what date does the General Data Protection Regulation come into force?CorrectIncorrect
Q3. Fines of up to how much may be imposed for a serious incidence of non-compliance with the GDPR?CorrectIncorrect
Q4. What is not an example of a data controller?CorrectIncorrect
Q5. True or False, the following statement is one of the data protection principles:
“Data shall be adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purposes for which they are processed.”CorrectIncorrect
Q6. What is not an example of an individual right under the GDPR?CorrectIncorrect
Q7. In relation to the GDPR, what does DPIA stand for?CorrectIncorrect
Q.8 Individuals have a right to object to their personal data being processed in certain circumstances. In what circumstance must an organisation always stop data processing as soon as an objection is received by the organisation?CorrectIncorrect
An organisation can refuse to comply with a request for data erasure where the personal data is being processed for what reason?CorrectIncorrect
Q10. True or False, individuals cannot obtain and reuse their personal data for their own purposes and across multiple services.CorrectIncorrect
Q11. When must a Supervisory Authority be informed of a data breach which is likely to result in a risk to the rights and freedoms of individuals?CorrectIncorrect
Q12. True or False, the GDPR is not applicable to small and medium size businesses with less than 250 employees.CorrectIncorrect
Q13. True or False, with respect to a data access request, an organisation may not charge an individual a ‘reasonable’ fee (based on administrative costs) even when there are repetitive requests or requests are excessive.CorrectIncorrect
Q14. When must an organisation appoint a Data Protection Officer?CorrectIncorrect
Q15. True or False, if an organisation offers online services to children, it may need the consent of a parent or guardian to process personal data relating to a child.CorrectIncorrect