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Individuals are at the heart of data protection legislation. The Law contains legal rights and responsibilities and specifically aims to strengthen individuals’ rights.
If you are concerned that your data protection rights have not been respected and have not managed to resolve the matter with the organisation involved, you can make a complaint to us.
Whistleblowing is when a person passes on information concerning wrongdoing that they have witnessed or experienced, usually (but not always) at their place of work.