As a consumer, I wish to make use of the Right to Access at Scitodate
Scitodate stores an extremely limited amount of personal data. Read here what data we store. If you would like to know what data of yours Scitodate has in its possession, then you can request this from us. Under condition that you are at least 18 years old and can prove that the data you wish to access belongs to you, or that you are the legal representative. For example, if you would like to know if we have stored your email address, you must always confirm this with us via this email address by answering the verification question from Scitodate. You may also be required to send a copy of your ID, after which we will always perform a double check to verify your identity.
Once your identity is irrevocably confirmed, we will check the following for you:
- whether you are familiar with our organization, if so:
- what information we are holding about you;
- what the purpose is of the use;
- to whom the data may have been provided;
- the origin of the data, if known.
If you wish, and this is technically feasible, then we can delete the data for you.
Before submitting your request, please read more about The Right to be Forgotten.
If you would like to make use of the right to access, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
We make every effort to process your request as quickly as possible and certainly within four weeks of your request.