Right to Erasure

  1. Introduction to the Right to Erasure (You are here)
  2. Information you should be aware of when submitting a request
  3. Making a request for Information to be Erased
  4. What happens if you are not satisfied with the response you receive

Introduction to the Right to Erasure

This Right is also often referred to as the Right to be Forgotten and/or Deleted.

Under the General Data Protection Regulation, in broad principle, the Right to Erasure gives individuals the right to request the deletion or removal of personal data where there is no compelling reason for its continued processing.

The following pages explain how to submit a request for personal information, held by Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council, to be erased.

Further details relating to the Right to Erasure are available at the link below:

Find out more

You can also find further details in relation to how your information is processed by RMBC in the Council’s privacy statement which be accessed via the link below:

See our Privacy Notice

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