Protection Legislation definition

Protection Legislation means (i) the GDPR; (ii) the Data Protection Act 2018 to the extent that it relates to the processing of Personal Data and privacy; and (iii) all applicable Law relating to the processing of Personal Data and privacy, including where applicable the guidance and codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner, in each case as amended, supplemented or substituted from time to time; Domestic Successor means, as the context requires, either:
Protection Legislation means all data protection and privacy legislation in force from time to time applicable to this Agreement or its subject matter including UK General Data Protection Regulation, the Data Protection Act 2018, the Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive 2002/58/EC (as updated by Directive 2009/136/EC) and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 (SI 2003/2426) as amended and any successor or replacement legislation;
Protection Legislation means the Data Protection Xxx 0000, the Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC), the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Xxx 0000, the Telecommunications (Lawful Business Practice) (Interception of Communications) Regulations 2000, the Electronic Communications Data Protection Directive (2002/58/EC), the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003 and all applicable laws and regulations relating to the processing of personal data and privacy, including where applicable the guidance and codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner. Expected Transferring Employees means those Host Council Personnel who are reasonably expected by the Host Council to be a Transferring Employee. Future Host Council means any relevant Constituent Authority who provides services which are identical or substantially similar to any of the Host Council Services (directly or indirectly) following the termination or expiry of this Agreement or the termination of the provision of any of the Host Council Services by the Host Council. Host Council Personnel means the individuals employed or engaged by the Host Council or any other person in the provision of the Host Council Services under this Agreement from time to time. Host Council Services means the services to be provided by the Host Council under this Agreement as more particularly described at clause 7. Redundancy Costs means any notice pay (including payment in lieu of notice), holiday pay and statutory and/or contractual redundancy payments. Sub-Contractor means any person to whom the provision of any of the Host Council Services may be sub-contracted by the Host Council. Subsequent Transfer Date means the date on which responsibility for the provision of the Host Council Services, or any part of the Host Council Services, transfers from the Host Council to the Future Host Council.

Examples of Protection Legislation in a sentence

  • This clause 23 is in addition to, and does not relieve, remove or replace, a party’s obligations under the Data Protection Legislation.

  • This clause 12 is in addition to, and does not relieve, remove or replace, a Party's obligations or rights under the Data Protection Legislation.

  • Each party will comply with all applicable Data Protection Legislation in processing Customer Personal Data under the Agreement and this Addendum.


More Definitions of Protection Legislation

Protection Legislation means the GDPR, the Data Protection Xxx 0000 and any other relevant national Laws implementing, supplementing or relating to the derogation from the GDPR, and any formal guidance or Codes of Conduct issued by the Information Commissioner (or other competent authority) in each case as amended, superseded or replaced from time to time; Decision Allowable Costs means those costs incurred by the Grant Recipient in providing the AHP Housing as specified in OPS (calculated using generally acceptable accounting principles) as follows:
Protection Legislation means (i) the GDPR, and any applicable implementing Law as amended from time to time; (ii) the Data Protection Xxx 0000 to the extent that it relates to the processing of Personal Data and privacy; and (iii) all applicable Law relating to the processing of Personal Data and privacy; Disposal means the disposal, sale, transfer of an Asset or any interest in any Asset and includes any contract for disposal; Domestic Law means an applicable law, statute, bye-law, regulation, order, regulatory policy, guidance or industry code, judgment of a relevant court of law, or directives or requirements of any regulatory body, delegated or subordinate legislation which replaces EU law as a consequence of the UK leaving the European Union; Domestic Successor means, as the context requires, either:
Protection Legislation means the Data Protection Xxx 0000, the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679, the Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive 2002/58/EC (as amended), the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003 (as amended), the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Xxx 0000, the Telecommunications (Lawful Business Practice) (Interception of Communications) Regulations 2000 and all applicable laws and regulations relating to processing of personal data, including where applicable the guidance and codes issued by the Information Commissioner or other appropriate supervisory authority; Data Protection Principles has the same meaning as the term “Data Protection Principles” under the Data Protection Legislation; Disclosure Bundle has the meaning set out in the Disclosure Letter;
Protection Legislation means (i) the GDPR and any applicable implementing Law as amended from time to time; (ii) the Data Protection Xxx 0000 to the extent that it relates to the processing of Personal Data and privacy; and (iii) all applicable Law relating to the processing of Personal Data and privacy, including where applicable the guidance and codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner, in each case as amended, supplemented or substituted from time to time; Domestic Law means an applicable law, statute, bye-law, regulation, order, regulatory policy, guidance or industry code, judgment of a relevant court of law, or directive or requirement of any regulatory body, or delegated or subordinate legislation which replaces EU law as a consequence of the UK leaving the European Union; Domestic Successor means, as the context requires, either:
Protection Legislation means the Data Protection Act 1998, the EU Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC, the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, the Telecommunications (Lawful Business Practice) (Interception of Communications) Regulations 2000 (SI 2000/2699), the Electronic Communications Data Protection Directive 2002/58/EC, the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003 and all applicable laws and regulations relating to processing of personal data and privacy, including where applicable the guidance and codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner;
Protection Legislation the UK Data Protection Legislation and any other European Union legislation relating to personal data and all other legislation and regulatory requirements in force from time to time which apply to a party relating to the use of personal data (including, without limitation, the privacy of electronic communications); and the guidance and codes of practice issued by the relevant data protection or supervisory authority and applicable to a party. Permitted Recipients: the parties to this agreement, the employees of each party, any third parties engaged to perform obligations in connection with this agreement. Shared Personal Data: the personal data to be shared between the parties under this agreement. Shared Personal Data shall be confined to the following categories of information relevant to the following categories of data subject: - Personal data of individuals, which includes: personal contact details such as name, title, addresses, telephone numbers, and personal email addresses; date of birth; gender; marital status and dependants; next of kin and emergency contact information; National Insurance number; Bank account details, payroll records and tax status information; salary, annual leave, pension and benefits information; start date; location of employment or workplace; copy of driving license/passport/identity documents; recruitment information (including copies of right to work documentation, references and other information included in a CV or cover letter or as part of the application process); employment records (including job titles, work history, working hours, training records and professional memberships); compensation history; performance information; disciplinary and grievance information; CCTV footage and other information obtained through electronic means such as swipecard records; information about use of information and communications systems; photographs; and - Special categories of personal data of individuals may also be collected, which includes: information about race or ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation and political opinions; trade union membership; information about health, including any medical condition, health and sickness records; genetic information and biometric data; information about criminal convictions and offences.
Protection Legislation means the UK Data Protection Legislation and (for so long as and to the extent that the law of the European Union has legal effect in the UK) the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679) and any other directly applicable European Union regulation relating to privacy;