GDPR. The Regulation that sets the tone.
With their General Data Protection Regulation that went live in 2018, the EU has set new standards of data protection.
Originally designed to protect European citizens, this superior regulation is becoming a standard, as companies around the world implement its policies globally.
Let’s review the new Data Privacy Rights that now apply to you. But first, feel free to follow our blog with the button below.
GDPR: Your New Privacy Rights
Right to be Informed
Ask for details about how your data is being processed
Right to Rectification
Ask any company to rectify false information they have about you
Right to Be Forgotten
Request to be forgotten (deleted or anonymized) from their systems
Right to Access
Get access to a copy of the personal data a company stores about you
Object to the Processing
You can request that a company stops processing your personal data
You want to receive their newsletters but not get the phone calls?
Right to Portability
Yes, you can even request that your data be sent to you to use with another service!
Looking for a loan? A new insurance policy? Request that decision be made by human