You have various rights and choices related to our use of your personal data.
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As a data subject, whose personal data we process, you have 7 potential rights under the privacy laws in which we operate. These rights are not absolute and may be limited, for example, if fulfilling your request would reveal personal data about another person, or if you ask us to delete information which we are required by law to keep or have compelling legitimate interests in keeping. We may, if necessary, apply any available exemptions to these requirements.
1. The right to be informed
– as a data controller, we must tell you what activities we carry out that include the processing of your personal data. This information is provided to you in this privacy notice and any other notices or communications that we may send you or make available to you.
2. The Right of Access
– as a data subject, you can request copies of your personal data that we process, free of charge, unless the request is excessive or there is a valid exemption. If your request is upheld, we will supply you with copies of the data and inform you of the following:
a. The purpose of the processing activity.
b. The categories of personal data we process.
c. To whom we have disclosed personal data.
d. The time that we will continue to process the data for.
e. If we have obtained the personal data from other sources other than directly from you.
3. The Right to Rectification
– You may request that we correct or complete data that you believe is inaccurate or incomplete about you, you may request this right alongside the right to restrict processing. This right will be upheld by us if we are the original source of the data, and that is does not reflect a representation that was believed to be accurate at the time of the original data creation e.g. media data. Our services provide our clients with an aggregation of data sets that have been made freely available and as we are not the original creators of the data you may need to raise your request with the data controller.
4. The Right to Erasure
– We may have an overriding legal basis or legitimate reason to continue to process your personal data, however, where we do not have a valid lawful basis, you may request erasure of your personal data that we process.
5. Right to Restrict Processing
– You have the right to request that we stop processing your data any further. This right may be exercised where you contest the accuracy of the data, claim that it is unlawful for us to process it, we no longer require the data other than for legal purposes or that there is a pending decision on a right to object.
6. The Right to Data Portability
– You may request that we transfer your personal data to another controller or processor in a standard, machine readable format. This right is available if we process the personal data under the lawful basis of consent, the use automated means to process the data and the data is processed to fulfil a contractual obligation with you.
7. The Right to Object
– You have the right to object to us processing your personal data if we are processing it under the following circumstances:
a. The processing involves automatic decision making and profiling
b. The processing is for the purpose of marketing
c. We process using the lawful basis of legitimate interest (without exemptions)
d. Processing is for scientific or historic research
In many cases, the most effective way to exercise these rights will be to mail our dedicated inbox atsubjectaccess@Gatenox.com
. We may ask you for two valid forms of identification to ensure your rights are protected.If you are concerned that we are handling your personal data improperly, you also have the right to make a complaint to our data protection regulator, the UK Information Commissioner’s Office. https://ico.org.uk/global/contact-us/
However, we invite you to contact us with any concern, as we would be happy to try to resolve it directly.