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This paper shows how knowledge representation and reasoning techniques can be used to support organizations in complying with the GDPR, that is, the new European data protection regulation. This work is carried out in a European H2020 project called SPECIAL. Data usage policies, the consent of data subjects, and selected fragments of the GDPR are encoded in a fragment of OWL2 called PL (policy language); compliance checking and policy validation are reduced to subsumption checking and conceptarXiv:2001.05390v1 fatcat:igusnjpdcbgglgqkne3mm6r5zu