• The Principles of Lawfulness, Fairness, and Transparency: These  dictate that the personal data needs to be processed in a way that is lawful to the subject.
     

  • The Principles of Purpose Limitation: The data processors can only use the data for the objectives they've explicitly described and justified.
     

  • The Principles of Data Minimization: The information that is required has to be relevant for its purpose and limited to what is necessary.
     

  • The Principle of Trueness, Accuracy: If some of the data is inaccurate, it should be removed or rectified.
     

  • The Principle of Storage Limitation: Data is kept in a form which permits identification of persons for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which the personal data is processed.
     

  • The Principle of Integrity and Confidentiality: This principle stands for taking all required measures to ensure all the personal data is protected.