Interesting fact; The GDPR will affect the contacts stored in your mobile phone. By storing those phone numbers of customers, or adding new ones to your phones address book you are processing personal data and in turn need to do so in accordance with the GDPR. Typically saving phone numbers to your mobile contacts would be done under the Legitimate Interests lawful basis of the GDPR, since you and the other party would have a legitimate interest in you storing their personal data. This also extends to address books stored on your computer or other devices.
GDPR Privacy Notice Template
The linked GDPR Privacy Notice Template found here is a base template ready for you to adapt to your requirements and business. You will need to have an understanding of your GDPR requirements and how you will comply. The template covers many of the main privacy notice requirements and is set out to help you fill in the template blanks and adapt to your business. You may need to add sections that are not in this template, delete existing section or modify the wording to fit your specific circumstances.
While this GDPR privacy notice template is a good base to start from, you may wish to get professional legal advise on implementing your business with the GDPR and what your privacy notice needs to explain. Every business is different, so it's not a 'one fits all' privacy template and will require modification and understanding of the General Data Protection Regulations to comply.
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