Questions tagged [personal-information]

This tag is for questions about information concerning a specific person. It includes privacy issues, access issues, and security issues.

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UK: What information are the police legally required to collect when going door-to-door, and why?

A few days ago, a police officer knocked on my door in the evening and asked whether I had noticed any disturbances in my street earlier in the day - he said it was in relation to reports that they'd ...
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Is it legal to advertise a service as 'free' if they collect data?

I noticed that a lot of companies label themselves as 'free' even though they collect personal data (which in today's day and age is practically a currency in and of itself). I was wondering how/if it'...
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Shoud a company send to customers of its clients notice when getting data about them under GDPR Article 14?

A SaaS company (A) provides services, (e.g. web hosting) for its clients, (e.g. web agency B). The clients can create websites for their customers (C) and host them using the web hosting. Web agencies ...
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Should the client be informed every time when more personal data is requested under GDPR Article 13?

A SaaS company offers some services, which require registration. Its clients are notified about Terms of Service and Privacy Policy during the registration process. Should the company send to the ...
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Twitter and account deactivation - Do you have to explicitly ask for account to be deleted if company nowhere says that it will do so? [duplicate]

I am trying to delete my Twitter account. Twitter only has a "deactivate" account button, and no "delete" account button, as I posted here. It looks like in the guides posted by ...
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Twitter has no “delete account” button - no mention of data deletion after 30 days of account deactivation - GDPR and European law enforcement

I want to delete my Twitter account. I believe Article 17(1)(a) of GDPR compels Twitter to give me the option to do that. But Twitter has no "delete account" button. There is only a "...
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Can ISPs in the EU (covered by GDPR) record the device IDs on a home network?

In theory an ISP who provides a integrated router/Wifi point could sniff and record the traffic from individual devices on a home network. These devices (like PCs, phones and tablets) could be ...
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GDPR rights of person who moves into the EU

Suppose that a person not resident in the EU, say in Mexico, obtains services from a provider located in the US, and provides personal information in connection with those services, including filling ...
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Must VPN service providers whose servers are in the US, disclose a customer's IP address upon request from another country?

Is it obligatory for a VPN service provider with servers in the United States to disclose a user's personal information (such as IP address and logs) in response to a request that came from another ...
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Can the GDPR be used to obtain US voting information

This grows out of a comment in the question Who Has the Right to Access State Voter Records and How May That Right be Expediently Exercised? If a US citizen is currently resident in the EU, can that ...