This used to be called ‘Sensitive personal data’ under the Data Protection Act 1998. Article 9(1) GDPR prohibits processing of special categories of personal data except in the circumstances set out in Article 9(2).
It is data that reveals a data subject’s:
To process any special category data, at least one condition listed in Article 9(2) GDPR must be met.
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