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This article surveys existing vocabularies, ontologies and policy languages that can be used to represent informational items referenced in GDPR rights and obligations, such as the 'notification of a data breach', the 'controller's identity' or a 'DPIA'. Rights and obligations in GDPR are analyzed in terms of information flows between different stakeholders, and a complete collection of 57 different informational items that are mentioned by GDPR is described. 13 privacy-related policy languagesdoi:10.3233/sw-223009 fatcat:k6ne3yxrobbp3msouvh5ufadda