You have the right to get your personal data from us in a way that is accessible and machine-readable. This right may seem similar to your right to access but it is only applicable to
- data that is held electronically;
- data you have provided to the organization.
Data you have provided does not just mean information you have typed in, such as a username or email address. It may also include such things as website or search usage history or traffic and location data.
If you want to exercise this right of yours contact us through email firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating what kind of data you would like to receive from us in a machine-readable format.
Before sending you this data we may need to confirm your identity in order to prevent fraud and other people getting access to your data. Then we will provide it in the required format.
If your request is justified, we are going to stop processing your data in the one-month term specified in Article 12(3) of the General Data Protection Regulation.
We can refuse your request on the ground of being "manifestly unfounded or excessive" which means it will cost us a significant amount of money or it will take a vast amount of resources. It can happen for example in case of repetitive requests.
If you are unhappy with the result, please first get back to us so that we can investigate the matter further.