Data subject rights
Data subject rights are a central part of the UK GDPR. Our experts explain how to comply with these data protection rights in practice.
If you want to process personal data in the context of a contract or for the purpose of initiating a contract, you must observe some important regulations.
Everything you need to know about the right of access and what UK companies must do in response to requests from data subjects.
The basis of consent under the UK GDPR, its rules, penalties for non-compliance, and effective strategies for managing it. Including practical examples.
When it comes to comparing the data protection level in a third country in which you want to transfer personal data, Art. 23 UK GDPR is the key to assess the restriction of data subject rights. We explain how UK businesses should proceed.
Ultimate guidance for UK businesses: How to respond correctly and in compliance with the data protection law to data subject requests.
The right to restrict processing gives data subjects a supplementary possibility to exercise control and governance over their personal data. Controllers have to ensure the restriction in many ways.
If a data controller processes incorrect or incomplete data, the data subject has a right to rectification. We explain what you need to bear in mind.
The right to data portability is intended to ensure that every data subject can demand the return of their personal data. However, the surrender of the data is subject to some conditions and restrictions.
If you provide information society services likely to be accessed by children in the UK, the Children’s Code applies. But what regulations need to be adhered to? When do they apply? What do companies have to do to achieve compliance?
When must data controllers delete personal data under the UK GDPR, and when can they delay deletion? A comprehensive guide with numerous practical tips.