Exercise your rights to privacy
Take control over your personal data
With the GDPR and Swiss data privacy laws, your right to privacy shall be easier to exercice.
You can exercise your rights of access electronically or by mail and receive all information that a company or a public entity hold and stores about you. You can request information about your data electronically or by mail, but it needs to be sufficiently detailed and explained so that the controller of your information can comply with your request. In some cases, such request may become complex.
We facilitate and help you exercise your data subject access rights (DSAR) and provide guidance and advice to access or delete your personal data from major social media platforms, search engines, insurances, etc.
We counsel and advise you to exercice your rights
Your right to know about the processing of your personal information is absolute.
In some cases, you also have the right to object to the processing or withdraw your consent. If you cannot exercice your rights successfully against a data controller, we advise you on how to proceed and defend your case. We offer advice and you may also use our legal services to answer your questions online (live chat) or by phone.
Your data on Twitter
Managing your personal data on social networks is complex. For Twitter, here are useful links to start familiarizing yourself.
Your data on Facebook
Facebook stores, shares and uses massive amounts of personal, which may constitute sensitive data (relating to health, religion, politics). Here are some useful links :