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Processing is done for the performance of a contract with the data subject (art. 6.1b). The contract (does not have to be an explicit contract) would then be: "to take care of the communication"
 
Processing is done for the performance of a contract with the data subject (art. 6.1b). The contract (does not have to be an explicit contract) would then be: "to take care of the communication"
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Message Archive Management (MAM) is not obvious a service when signing up with a jabber server. So it can not be covered by the same legal ground for processing, it should be off by default and the user should turn it on manually. The ground for processing is here article 9.1a.
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Message Archive Management (MAM) is not obvious a service when signing up with a XMPP server. So it can not be covered by the same legal ground for processing, it should be off by default and the user should turn it on manually. The ground for processing is here article 9.1a.
    
'''Q. by Winfried: is this indeed 6.1a or a second 6.1b? By requesting the archiving service, the user has second(ary) service he wants to perform. Art. 6.1a is problematic, because it brings in the permission question as described in art 7.'''
 
'''Q. by Winfried: is this indeed 6.1a or a second 6.1b? By requesting the archiving service, the user has second(ary) service he wants to perform. Art. 6.1a is problematic, because it brings in the permission question as described in art 7.'''
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