How to manage my contacts 'Data Subject' rights in OnePageCRM?

Under the GDPR, Data Subjects have the following rights

Right to rectification   

It's the data subjects right to request that any data stored about them is corrected, amended or deleted at any time, read more.

How to do this in OnePageCRM:

In your OnePageCRM account, you have the tools to edit and amend a contact's details if required. 

Right to erasure/ to be forgotten

It's the Data Subjects right to have their data erased, without delay, by the data controller, read more.

How to do this in OnePageCRM:

You can delete your contacts individually or in bulk. 

Right to be informed

The data subject has the right to know why specific data is being collected and must be informed exactly what and where this data will be used, read more.

You should clearly state in your Privacy Policy or alternative documents, what data you collect and how you use it. 

Right to access

The data subject has the right to know whether data concerning him or her are being processed and if so, they must be able to access it easily. They have the right to request all the data a company may have on them and it's the companies duty to provide this information within 30 days, read more.

How to do this in OnePageCRM:

Upon receiving a subject access request, you can export contact's details from within your OnePageCRM account. If OnePageCRM receives such a request from contacts belonging to your account, we will reach out to you the account holder.  

Right to restrict processing

Data Subjects have the right to request the restriction of their personal data in certain circumstances. This will limit the way organizations use your data, read more.  

Right to object

Data Subjects have the right to object to the processing of their personal data. Read more here.   

Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling

Data subjects have the right to be informed and object to their personal data being subject to automated decision making including profiling, read more



    The information provided relating to GDPR is intended for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as legal advice or to determine how GDPR might apply to you and your organization. We would encourage you to seek advice from a legal professional to discuss GDPR, how it applies specifically to your organization and how best to ensure compliance.

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