Data Protection in Camden - your rights

Right to restrict processing

You have the right to ask Camden to mark your personal data, or parts of it, as restricted when you make an objection.  This will prevent us from processing it whilst we consider the objections.  You can ask for restriction in these cases:
  • you are disputing its accuracy – see the right to rectification
  • Camden’s processing is unlawful, but you don’t want us to erase it, for example so you can pursue a complaint to the ICO
  • Camden is processing your data for public interest or legitimate interest reasons and you’ve objected to this – see the right to object
Please note there are some cases where we will not be able to or not have to comply with this request.  These include:
  • where there is public interest for example we need to comply with planning laws or the law relating to children’s welfare.
  • for the protection of others’ rights
  • where Camden needs to process the data for legal cases or legal advice and so on.
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