Data Subject Rights and the GDPR

GDPR Data Subject Rights

The GDPR sets out a number of important rights that apply to individual data subjects including the right to be informed, the right of access, the right to rectification, the so-called right to be forgotten, rights to restrict and object to the processing of their personal data, the right to data portability, and further rights relating to automated decision-making and profiling.

Data controllers generally must respond quickly to any requests from data subjects to exercise these key rights, usually within one month, and must do so free of charge (with limited exceptions).

It is particularly important that data subjects are aware of and understand their rights. A Privacy Notice or Privacy Policy (including our own templates) will usually summarise these rights, but it can be desirable to provide more detailed information about the rights and how to exercise them. The Data Subject Rights Policy in this subfolder does just that.

This Data Subject Rights Policy is part of the Business Documents Folder. Just £35+VAT will provide you with one year’s unlimited access to download any or all documents from the Business Folder.

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