You have the right to ask us for a copy of the personal information we hold on you via a “data subject access request”. You have the right to have any inaccuracies corrected or removed, or to instruct us to cease processing your data if no longer relevant, or if there are no other legal or contractual obligations for us to do so. There is no fee for this. However, subsequent copies of such information within an unreasonably short period may be chargeable.
To request a copy of the personal data that we hold on you please contact our Group Data Protection Officer using one of the methods below:
By post: The Data Protection Officer, Open GI Limited, Buckholt Drive, Warndon, Worcester, WR4 9SR.
By email: email@example.com
Please do not send us personal or sensitive data over and above the minimum requirements (such as your name and contact details) via fax or email without prior notification and agreement, or unless explicitly requested.
Please note that unless specifically instructed, your information will be sent using the same format as that of the request. i.e., if the request was received via email, the information will normally be sent back to you via secure email unless you explicitly request otherwise. Your information will be returned within one (1) month, and in a secure manner. No information will be released, and the clock will not start until your identity has been confirmed.
If the data you need sight of is specific, it would help us to respond in a faster time if you were to identify exactly what data or which particular area you are looking for. For example, all personal data we hold on you about your marketing preferences, or all data you have given us in relation to careers at Open GI.
Please be aware that some exceptions exist in data privacy laws. This means that some data may not be able to be shared with you. A fairly obvious example would be any data that identifies another individual apart from yourself. Other exceptions exist such as management forecasting, information on legal proceedings, and several others. We will engage with our internal and external legal teams at all times to ensure the information we provide you (or cannot provide you) is fair and lawful. You can of course dispute what we provide and are within your rights to complain to the Information Commissioner (The ICO) if you feel you have been treated unfairly or in an unlawful manner. However, we encourage you to discuss any concerns with us in the first instance. Contact our DPO for this.