There is a piece of software that has a database on my local computer. This database does not contain personally identifiable information but the contents are created by the user. However, this database is encrypted and the software company in question does not want anyone else to open this database. There is no other way to retrieve data out of this database other than using the software provided by the company (which provides no way to export the data in bulk).
My question is regarding the GDPR. Does this company have to provide a method to exercise your right to obtain a copy of your data? Article 15.3 says that it should however this might only be concerning personally identifiable data. That part is unclear to me.
Article 12.1 says that the company should provide this data in a
concise, transparent, intelligible and easily accessible form. A database (encrypted or not) does not comply with this.
Does this database of non-identifiable data apply to these GDPR articles? Or any other relevant articles?