The EU GDPR, which comes into force on May 25, 2018, provides, among other things, in Article 13 that the person responsible for the collection of personal data must provide certain information to the person concerned.
In order to do justice to the transparency and modalities regulated in Art. 12 of the EU-GDPR, the person responsible informs about the rights of the data subjects below.
a) Right to information (Art. 15)
The person concerned has the right to request confirmation from the person responsible as to whether personal data relating to them are being processed. The controller provides a copy of the personal data that is the subject of the processing. For all further copies that the person concerned requests, the person responsible can demand an appropriate fee based on the administrative costs.
b) Correction (Art. 16)
The data subject has the right to request that personal data relating to him or her be corrected or completed.
c) Deletion (Art. 17) - "Right to be forgotten"
See point 7: Deadlines for the deletion of data
d) Right of objection (Art. 21)
If the person concerned objects to the processing of personal data concerning them, the person responsible may no longer process this data, unless he / she can prove compelling reasons worthy of protection for the processing that the interests, rights and freedoms of the person concerned Person or the processing serves to assert, exercise or defend legal claims.
e) Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority
Personally affected persons have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority.
f) Consequences of failure to provide personal data
Failure to provide or object to the processing of personal data of the person concerned will result in unsubscribing from the newsletter.
last modified: 10.05.2021 16:59 H from M.Bräutigam