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what is the structure of DPA?

The Data Protection Act (DPA) is a UK law that sets out standards and procedures with which data must be handled by organisations, businesses, and other entities involving personal data. It sets guidelines for how data is collected, stored, handled, used, and transferred. The DPA is comprised of seven main sections: 1. Principles of Processing 2. Lawful Processing 3. Rights of the Data Subject 4. Further Processing of Special Data 5. Compliance with Principles 6. Enforcement 7. Miscellaneous and Supplementary.

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