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Lessons on the rights of the person concerned
The person concerned has, pursuant to § 28 of Act No. 122/2013 Coll. on the Protection of Personal Data as amended, the right:
(a) require the operator, on the basis of a written request, to:
– confirm whether or not the personal data relating to the data subject are processed,
– in a generally understandable form, information on the processing of personal data in the information system in the extent to which it is lawful,
– in a generally understandable form,
– the source from which the operator has obtained the person’s personal data for processing,
– the list of personal data of the data subject that is being processed, in a generally understandable form,
– the repair or removal of inaccurate, incomplete or outdated personal data undergoing processing,
– the liquidation of personal data whose purpose of processing has ended; if the processing of personal documents is subject to processing, the person concerned may request their return,
– the deletion of personal data processed in the event of a violation of the law,
– the blocking of personal data by reason of withdrawal of consent before the expiration of its validity, processing the data subject to the consent of the data subject,
b) at the written request or personally, if the case does not delay, refuse to object to the processing of personal data in the cases specified in § 10 par. Article 3 a), e), f) or g) of the Act by giving valid reasons or by providing evidence of unauthorized interference with its rights and the rights of protected interests that are or may be damaged in such a case by such processing of personal data; unless the legal grounds prevent it and it is established that the objection of the person concerned is legitimate, the controller shall be obliged to disclose and personally disclose the personal data processed by the person concerned without delay, as soon as circumstances allow,
(c) at the written request or in person, where the case does not delay deferment at any time, to refuse a decision by an operator which would have legal effects or a significant effect on it, if such a decision is based exclusively on the processing of its personal data. The person concerned has the right to require the operator to review the decision issued by a method other than the automated form of processing, the operator being obliged to comply with the request of the person concerned, in such a way that the decision-maker will have a decisive role in reviewing the decision; on the method of examination and the result of the finding, the operator shall inform the person concerned not later than 30 days after the date of receipt of the request,
d) to suspect that personal data are being processed unlawfully, submit to the Office for Personal Data Protection of the Slovak Republic a petition for the initiation of proceedings on the protection of personal data.
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