“Article 6(1)(f) gives you a lawful basis for processing where:
processing is necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the controller or by a third party except where such interests are overridden by the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject which require protection of personal data, in particular where the data subject is a child.”
Use the ‘Consent/Permission Request’ workflow, which is accessible from the GDPR shortcut icon, GDPR & Checks page on a person record or from the batch menu in Saved Results.
Select the activity Consent/Permission Request
Note: Using the Permission Type of Other, will generate a blank email for editing.
Choose the Other Processing Method reason code from :
Note: When the user selects a value from Other Processing Method, any 'Consent' part of the workflow request will not be saved and an error message will be displayed: "Consent details will not be saved when other processing method is selected".
Choosing Legitimate Interest from Other Processing Method will record the fact that the user has been processed using Legitimate Interest.
When the Other Processing Method is used, a 'Permission Recorded' date is captured. This will be recorded on the GDPR & Checks page of the Candidate record, along with the 'Data Being Processed Under' reason code and Permission Type. This enables users are able to search and report on the processing method in date order.
The 'Permission (Recorded) Date' (not to be confused with the existing Recorded Date) has been added to the selectable metrics for Candidate and Contact Consent widgets of the Consent Dashboard.
Add any notes if required and Confirm.
Batch Consent/Permission Request
The Consent/Permission Request workflow can be run in Batch for multiple Candidates or Contacts from Contact or Candidate saved search results:
Recording Other Processing Methods in Adapt
Use the Record Permission workflow run from the GDPR shortcut icon or GDPR & Checks Compliance page on a person record:
Using the OTHER PROCESSING METHOD section, select the reason code such as Legitimate Interest from the ‘Person informed if data is being held under Legitimate Interest?’ field:
If this field is updated when using the 'Other Processing Method' section in this activity, the 'Permission (Recorded) Date' will be recorded or updated.
Users can record how they informed the person of their rights using the ‘Person informed how to exercise their rights?’ field. Select the reason from the dropdown menu:
Note: If a user uses the 'Other Processing Method' section in the Record Consent/Permission activity, the consent expiry date will be cleared out.
Audit Trail for Legitimate Interest
All Adapt GDPR workflows run are tracked in the Adapt Journal of the user and the person record, so there is a full audit trail of permission tracking and evidence of the user’s ‘Right to be Informed’:
Details will also be shown on the GDPR & Checks page of the person record.
Monitoring Consent for Legitimate Interest
Running the GDPR Consent/Permission Report or using the GDPR section in searches can help users monitor permission and the method used. See the Monitoring GDPR section for more details.