Notification to the Data Protection Ombudsman
Concerning your rights
Data protection rights help you manage your data. If you would like to exercise your rights, first contact the company or organisation that is processing your data, i.e. the controller.
If you feel that the controller has refused your request without adequate grounds, you can contact the Data Protection Ombudsman. In some cases, the Data Protection Ombudsman can then order the controller to fulfil your request.
Our target time for processing cases is one year. The final processing time for an individual case will vary depending on the nature of the case.
Read more: Have your data protection rights been infringed?
Other processing violation
You can notify the Data Protection Ombudsman if you suspect that an organisation or individual is processing personal data in violation of data protection regulations.
Possible violations include processing personal data without a legal basis or processing personal data beyond the stated purpose of the processing.
Read more: Have you noticed a processing violation?