Bits of Freedom launches new website to help people get a grip on the privacy of their data

Thursday 25 October 2018 | 11:49 CET | News
Dutch privacy organisation Bits of Freedom (BoF) has launched My Data Done Right, a website aimed at helping people gain more control over their data. Through the site, people will be able to ask companies and institutions what data these have about them, and ask for that data to be corrected, deleted or transferred.The site was set up in response to the GDPR rules, which went into effect on 25 May in Europe. BoF said it hopes to further develop the My Data Done Right site, and to expand it to other European countries with the help of volunteers.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Bits of Freedom
Countries: Netherlands
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