Can I Access My Personal Information?| ICO


Can I Access My Personal Information?| ICO

You have the right to get a copy of the information that is held about you. This is known as a subject access request

Source: Access To Information Held By Children’s Services | ICO

This right of subject access means that you can make a request under the Data Protection Act to any organisation processing your personal data. The Act calls these organisations ‘data controllers’.

You can ask the organisation you think is holding, using or sharing the personal information you want, to supply you with copies of both paper and computer records and related information.

The Telecommunications (Data Protection and Privacy) Regulations 1999

The Telecommunications (Data Protection and Privacy) Regulations 1999 Citation and commencement. 1.—(1) These Regulations may be cited as the Telecommunications (Data Protection and Privacy) Regulations 1999. (2)  These Regulations shall come into force– (a) for the purposes of regulation 3(2), on … Continue reading → 

Interpretation

2.—(1) In these Regulations–

“the Act of 1984” means the Telecommunications Act 1984(1);

“bill” includes an invoice, account, statement or other instrument of the like character and “billing” shall be construed accordingly;

“corporate subscriber” means a subscriber who is not an individual, that is to say a subscriber who is–

(a)

a company within the meaning of section 735(1) of the Companies Act 1985(2);

(b)

a company incorporated in pursuance of a royal charter or letters patent;

(c)

a partnership in Scotland;

(d)

a corporation sole; or

(e)

any other body corporate or other entity which is a legal person distinct from the persons (if any) of which it is composed;

“the Data Protection Commissioner” and “the Commissioner” both mean the Commissioner appointed under section 6 of the Data Protection Act 1998(3);

the Directive” means Directive 97/66/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union(4);

the Director” means the Director General of Telecommunications appointed under section 1 of the Act of 1984;

“individual” means a living individual and includes an unincorporated body of such individuals;

“public telecommunications network” means any transmission system, and any associated switching equipment and other resources, which (in either case)–

(a)

permit the conveyance of signals between defined termination points by wire, by radio, by optical or by other electro-magnetic means, and

(b)

are used, in whole or in part, for the provision of publicly available telecommunications services;

“relevant telecommunications network”, in relation to a telecommunications service provider, means a public telecommunications network which is used by that service provider for the provision of publicly available telecommunications services;

“relevant telecommunications service provider” means–

(a)

in relation to a user, the provider of the services he uses, and

(b)

in relation to a subscriber, the provider who provides him with services;

“subscriber” means a person who is a party to a contract with a telecommunications service provider for the supply of publicly available telecommunications services;

“telecommunications network provider” means a person who provides a public telecommunications network (whether or not he is also a telecommunications service provider);

“telecommunications service provider” means a person who provides publicly available telecommunications services (whether or not he is also a telecommunications network provider);

“telecommunications services” means services the provision of which consists, in whole or in part, of the transmission and routing of signals on telecommunications networks, not being services by way of radio or television broadcasting;

“user” means an individual using a publicly available telecommunications service (whether or not he is a subscriber). Please Click Here To Read Full Text 

 

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