YOUR DATA IS YOURS

GDPR is changing the game for data ownership – execute your rights and claim back control over your data

What is this GDPR thing?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation designed to strengthen and unify data protection for all EU citizens. It gives individuals specific rights to get the control back over their own data.

To make this possible, it forces companies to implement these changes by defining high fines for them, if they are not following its regulations.

So, what?

GDPR marks the beginning of a new privacy era. It is the basis to claim back sovereignty over our data, and therefore, over our precious privacy.
The rights coming with GDPR are powerful. But that power will only come into effect, once we make use of our rights.

I want to use my rights!

My Digital Rights

#1 INFORM ME

You have the right to know what data about you is being processed and how. (Article 15(1) GDPR)

#3 MOVE IT

You may request that your personal data held by one company is transported to another. (Article 20 GDPR)

#5 CORRECT IT

You may request that incomplete data be completed or that incorrect data be corrected. (Article 16 GDPR)

#2 GIVE IT TO ME

You have the right to receive an electronic copy of all your data from an organization. (Article 15(1) and (3) GDPR)

#4 FORGET ME

You may request that an organization deletes all data on you without undue delay. (Article 17(1) GDPR)

#6 I OBJECT

You may prohibit certain data uses, in particular so called “profiling”. (Article 21, 22 GDPR)

#1 INFORM ME

You have the right to know what data about you is being processed and how. (Article 15(1) GDPR)

#2 GIVE IT TO ME

You have the right to receive an electronic copy of all your data from an organization. (Article 15(1) and (3) GDPR)

#3 MOVE IT

You may request that your personal data held by one company is transported to another. (Article 20 GDPR)

#4 FORGET ME

You may request that an organization deletes all data on you without undue delay. (Article 17(1) GDPR)

#5 CORRECT IT

You may request that incomplete data be completed or that incorrect data be corrected. (Article 16 GDPR)

#6 I OBJECT

You may prohibit certain data uses, in particular so called “profiling”. (Article 21, 22 GDPR)

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