Transparency demands that data processing be undertaken in a transparent manner and data subjects are provided with certain information in relation to processing of their personal data.
Purpose Limitation is the principle that personal data is only processed for the particular purpose(s) for which it was collected (and for closely related purpose(s)).
Data Minimisation demands that collection of personal data is limited to what is adequate, necessary and relevant to the purposes for which it was collected.
The principle of Accuracy requires that personal data must be accurate and kept up to date and every reasonable step must be taken to ensure that inaccurate personal data are erased or rectified.
Under the principle of Storage Limitation personal data is not to be kept in an identifiable form for any longer than thepurposes for which it was collected (subject to certain limited exceptions).
Integrity and Confidentiality
The principle of Integrity and Confidentiality requires that technical and organisational security measures be put in place to ensure that personal data is protected from various forms of data breaches.
The seventh key principle is Accountability, which requires that data controllers are able to demonstrate compliance with each of their obligations under the GDPR