The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) sets out a number of specific requirements that protect the processing of your personal data – these are your “privacy rights”.
Your GDPR privacy rights
- Portability of personal data
You may at any time request that your digital personal data be transferred in a form that makes it possible to reuse these data or transmit them to another organisation.
- Right to be forgotten
You may request the deletion of your personal data (or that of your child) in the following cases: if these are no longer necessary, if you withdraw your consent to use, if your personal data are unlawfully processed, because your data have been stored for longer than necessary and if your child is younger than 16 years of age.
You have the right to ask what data we have about you and can ask to see these data.
- Rectification and completion
You have the right to have incorrect personal data corrected or to complete your personal data.
- Restriction of processing
You have the right to request that the use of your personal data be limited in certain situations: in the case of potentially incorrect data, unlawful processing, unnecessary data and where an objection to processing has been expressed.
- Objection to automated decision-making and profiling
You always have the right to object to so-called direct marketing and profiling for marketing purposes.
- Objection to data processing
You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data.
For all your requests, questions and complaints regarding the processing of your data or your rights:
by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
telephone: +352 621 18 73 15
by post: PO Box 180
You will receive a response within one month, subject to exceptional circumstances.
Barring exceptions allowed under the law, no costs are charged for any of these services or interventions.
Complaint to the Data Protection Authority (DPA)
As a data subject, you can always lodge a complaint with the relevant privacy supervisory authority.
In Luxemburg, this is the National Commission of Data protection Authority (DPA).
More information can be found on its website: https://cnpd.public.lu/en.html