You can limit the way an organisation uses your personal information if you are concerned about the accuracy of the information or how it is being used. If necessary, you can also stop an organisation deleting your information. Together, these opportunities are known as your ‘right to restriction’.
This right is closely linked to your rights to challenge the accuracy of your data and to object to its use.
Article 33 of the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 affords individuals the right to restrict the use of their personal information.
Our ‘no-nonsense’ infographic explains your right to restrict the use of your personal information.