What is pseudonymised data?

What is pseudonymised data?



Pseudonymised data is reversible. Normally what entails is that a name could be replaced with a unique ID, and maybe there's a table somewhere to enable the processor to be able to reverse back again. Now pseudonymised data is still personal data under the GDPR, because it is reversible.
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