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The GDPR does not have specific rules on passwords. Instead, the GDPR imposes a more general requirement to ensure data protection by implementing “appropriate” technical and organizational measures, “[t]aking into account the state of the art, the costs of implementation and the nature, scope, context and purposes of processing as well as the risk of ...


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GDPR regulations on the whole do not actually mention passwords (source: Information Commissioner's Office UK, this may vary in other country's implementation of GDPR) and providing that the data is only accessible by authorised parties within the organisation within the parameters set out in user agreements and/or privacy policies, then the law isn't broken....


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