Personal data. In relation to GDPR, personal data includes any data relating to a subject that is tied to a specific person or could be used to identify a person, directly or indirectly. Examples of personal data include names, physical addresses, email addresses, and IP addresses that can be tied to an individual.
Genetic data. This includes data relating to a person’s genetic characteristics. Such data could be used to find out information pertaining to an individual’s health, physical condition, gender, and/or ethnicity.
Biometric data. Data captured from physical, physiological, or behavioral characteristics of a person. Examples of biometric data include facial images and fingerprints.
Data concerning health. This type of data relates to physical or mental health, including treatment or health care services received by an individual.