Managing Consent and Legitimate Interests Under the GDPR

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Consent management remains a hot topic and has generated a lot of questions and uncertainty.
The GDPR has raised the bar with new requirements on companies to justify their use of EU personal data. And while relying on consent is not the only legal option available, it’s successfully put GDPR at the top of every inbox as consumers have been submerged in emails from companies urging them to “stay in touch” or “not miss out”. Are these emails really necessary? What do I need to include in my privacy notice or consent form? What kind of records do I need if a regulator asks?

With a divergence of opinion, consent management remains a hot topic and has generated a lot of questions and uncertainty.
Register now for this on-demand webinar where we reviewed:
  • The GDPR requirements on determining the legal basis for processing
  • The most recent guidance from regulators on seeking consent 
  • Sample consent forms, legitimate interests assessments and other best practice examples
Webinar Speakers
Ray Everett
Principal Consultant & EU/Asia Consulting Director, TrustArc


TrustArc powers privacy compliance and risk management with integrated technology, consulting and TRUSTe certification solutions – addressing all phases of privacy program management. The foundation for our solutions is the TrustArc Privacy Platform which provides a flexible, scalable, and secure way to manage privacy.  Our technology platform, fortified through seven years of operating experience across a wide range of industries and client use cases, along with our services, leverage deep privacy expertise and proven methodologies which we have continuously enhanced through thousands of client projects over the past two decades. Headquartered in San Francisco, and backed by a global team, we help over 1,000 clients worldwide demonstrate compliance, minimize risk, and build trust. For more information, visit 

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