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Subject Access

Individuals, who the data relates to, have various rights:
a) to receive on request details of the processing relating to themselves. This includes any information about themselves including information regarding the source of the data and about the logic of certain “fully automated decisions”
b) to have any inaccurate data corrected or removed in a timely fashion
c) in certain circumstances to stop processing likely to cause “substantial damage or substantial distress”
d) to prevent their data being used for advertising or marketing
e) not to be subject to certain “fully automated decisions” if they significantly affect him/her

When a subject access request is received, it is important to act promptly and effectively as certain time scales are imposed regarding response

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The Data Protection Act Explained
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