Exercise your rights!

Have you ever wondered if your data is well protected? Do you want to know who knows what about you, and why?
Have you ever wanted to do something about the privacy of your data, but didn’t know what you could do to get your digital rights in shape?
Read on to find out how noyb’s Exercise Your Rights series can help you to enforce your data protection rights, no previous legal experience required…   

 

 

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Exercise your rights!

Despite the GDPR entering into force, many private and public entities continue to misuse and unlawfully take advantage of your personal information every day, often without you even realising. Luckily, the GDPR gives you the tools to exercise your rights to privacy.

However, what does it mean to enforce your data protection rights in practice?

Making data protection a reality is a marathon, not a sprint. This is why noyb’s Exercise Your Rights series is here to give you the tools you need to cross the finish line.

In the following series, each move involves a separate right and will explain the steps you can take as an individual to enforce those rights the GDPR gives you. No legal jargon or unnecessary language, only practical, real and actionable steps anybody can take to enforce their rights, no previous experience required.

Ready to get started? Then click on one of the links below…

Like any long-distance race, some warming up may be useful. That’s why we recommend some light preparation by reading how to “Access your data” first.

These are your rights under the GDPR:

Access your data! (want to know what they know about you?)

Withdraw your consent! (changed your mind about giving your consent to processing your data?)

Rectify your data! (want to modify incorrect data about you? Coming soon!)

Have your data deleted! (Coming soon!)

Restrict the processing of your data! (Coming soon!)

Transmit your data! (Coming soon!)

Object to the processing of your data! (Coming soon!)