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Compliance with local and international data privacy laws is essential for sustainability. This white paper provides an in-depth understanding of common data subject rights globally and penalties/loss of customer trust businesses may face due to non-compliance.
Organizations can benefit from this guide by learning about data subject rights, what laws/penalties apply to them, and how businesses can automate their data subject rights fulfillment process for improved accuracy and efficiency.
Data subject rights are detailed rights and obligations granted by a data privacy law. These rights differ in each context. Data controllers and data processors who process the personal data of data subjects have moral and legal obligations to fulfill the rights of data subjects under the law.
A DSAR is made by the data subject regarding the data an organization has stored on them. Under the data privacy law, data subjects can submit the DSAR. Organizations are obligated to promptly respond with the details of the personal information on the data subject
Failure to comply with a DSAR can have grave consequences for the organization. The data subject may apply for a court order requiring the organization to comply immediately or seek compensation. Under the data privacy law, fines and imprisonment may apply.
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