Most of us share our personal information – such as our name, date of birth and interests – with third parties several times a week. And it’s not always possible to read the lengthy disclaimers we’re presented with when we do. But personal data is protected by law. So, if you think yours has been
You share your information with businesses for specific reasons, and they aren’t allowed to sell or pass it on without your permission. If you think this has happened, you can make a complaint to the person or company responsible. If you aren’t satisfied with their response, you may be able to take it up with the Information Commissioner's Office.
Our experts are on hand to help you understand your rights and get control of your personal information. Maybe you want to find out what a company is doing with your data and make them delete it. Or maybe you think they’ve broken data protection laws and you want to claim for compensation. We’ll equip you with the knowledge to address the problem and the confidence to take the next steps.