Published January 5, 2023 | Version v1
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Subjects' rights and data privacy: GDPR's impact on educational institutions

  • 1. University of Craiova, Faculty of Social Sciences, Romania
  • 2. University of Craiova, Biology Specialization, Romania

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Abstract

Purpose: The study is designed to explore the compliance and implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) within educational institutions (EI).

Methods: A multi-faceted methodology of the GDPR research, including the conceptual and legal analysis, and the interpretative approach is used.

Results: The results of the analysis focus on the role of data protection and the privacy requirements in the European Union (EU) institutional governance aiming to enhance key aspects of educational outcomes.

Implications: The GDPR enables key provisions to protect subjects’ rights and foster data privacy focusing on the processing of personal data (PD) within the EI.

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SUBMITTED: NOVEMBER 2020, REVISION SUBMITTED: FEBRUARY 2021, ACCEPTED: MAY 2021, REFEREED ANONYMOUSLY PUBLISHED ONLINE: 1 JUNE 2021

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