Even if we already hold your personal data, you still have various rights under Data Protection legislation. We will seek to deal with your request without undue delay and in accordance with any legislative requirements. We may keep a record of your communication to help us resolve any issues or requests that you raise.
Right to object – if we are using data because we deem it necessary for our legitimate reasons to do so and you do not agree, you have the right to object. You also have the right to object to being subject to automated decision making, including profiling and direct marketing.
- Right to withdraw consent – where we have obtained your consent to process personal data for certain activities (including marketing), you may withdraw your consent and request that your personal data be deleted at any time.
- Right to access (subject access request) – you have the right to ask us to confirm what information we hold about you at any time and may ask us to modify or update such information. We may ask you to verify your identity, provide more information and/or where legally permitted decline your request and explain why.
- Right to erasure – in the following circumstances, you have the right to request that your personal data be erased: if the data is no longer necessary for the original purposes it was collected or processed, it has been processed unlawfully, it should be deleted due to a legal obligation or you object to processing and there is no overriding legitimate interest for us to continue processing. We may only decline your request if certain limited conditions apply.
- Right to portability – you have the right to ask us to transfer your data to another data controller.
- Right to block or restrict processing whilst the organisation considers your requests exercised under data protection legislation.
If you would like to exercise any of these rights, please e-mail email@example.com or write to the HR Department Endurance House, Vision Park, Chivers Way, Histon, Cambridgeshire CB24 9ZR
If you remain dissatisfied then you have the right to complain directly to the Information Commissioner (www.ico.org.uk/concerns)