FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We do not place limits on how many DSAR’s you send as long as you do not use this facility to spam or for illegal activities, otherwise your details will be forward to the appropriate policing authorities and you will be permanently blocked.
No. We don’t have any hidden fees and strictly reply on the donations of third parties; in kind or monetary. DSARlive aims to keep this service free of any charges to you, unless it becomes a financial liability. Should this change, we will notify you well in advance.
Absolutely not as it goes totally against our principles and purpose of existence.
IF and only IF we ever decide to want to use YOUR personal data for ANY other purpose, we WILL first contact you. If YOU give us YOUR EXPLICIT CONSENT, then we will, otherwise WE WON’T!
If it is a Open Service, then any replies you have with the entity receiving your original DSAR via our platform, you will use your own email service provider.
If it is a Member Service, then you will be able to use the inbuilt communication and tracking options including other features.
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In many cases the answer is Yes, always remembering its only general advice and not legal advice.
No we do not provide legal advice, but we could recommend you to entities which do and specialise in this field from a legal perspective.
Yes it is.
We endeavour at all times in maintaining a high standard of security for any personal data stored on our systems, keeping in mind that in the digital world we are living in, nothing is ever bullet-proof, and that’s the honest truth.
Anyone stating 100% security is selling you a myth and a service which is impossible to deliver.
Go to the MAIN MENU ✚ and select ARCHIVES
|1||Austria||Österreichische Datenschutzbehörde||Hohenstaufengasse 3
|+43 1 531 15 202525||+43 1 531 15 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|2||Australia||Office of the Australian Information Commissioner||Level 3, 175 Pitt Street
Sydney NSW 2000
|+1300 363 992||+61 2 9284 email@example.com|
|3||Belgium||Commission de la protection de la vie privée||Commissie voor de bescherming van de persoonlijke levenssfeer
Rue de la Presse 35 / Drukpersstraat 35 1000 Bruxelles / 1000 Brussel
|+32 2 274 48 00||+32 2 274 48 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|4||Bulgaria||Commission for Personal Data Protection||2, Prof. Tsvetan Lazarov blvd.
|+359 2 915 3580||+359 2 915 email@example.com|
|5||Croatia||Croatian Personal Data Protection Agency||Martićeva 14
|+385 1 4609 000||+385 1 4609 firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com|
|6||Cyprus||Commissioner for Personal Data Protection||1 Iasonos Street,
P.O. Box 23378, CY-1682 Nicosia
|+357 22 818 456||+357 22 304 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|7||Czech Republic||The Office for Personal Data Protection||Urad pro ochranu osobnich udaju
Pplk. Sochora 27, 170 00 Prague 7
|+420 234 665 111||+420 234 665 email@example.com|
|8||Denmark||Datatilsynet||Borgergade 28, 5
1300 Copenhagen K
|+45 33 1932 00||+45 33 19 32 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|9||Estonia||Estonian Data Protection Inspectorate (Andmekaitse Inspektsioon)||Väike-Ameerika 19
|+372 6274 135||+372 6274 email@example.com|
|10||Finland||Office of the Data Protection Ombudsman||P.O. Box 315
|+358 10 3666 700||+358 10 3666 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|11||France||Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés||8 rue Vivienne, CS 30223
F-75002 Paris, Cedex 02
|+33 1 53 73 22 22||+33 1 53 73 22 email@example.com|
|12||Germany||Die Bundesbeauftragte für den Datenschutz und die Informationsfreiheit||Husarenstraße 30
|+49 228 997799 0, 49 228 81995 0||+49 228 997799 550, +49 228 81995 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|13||Greece||Hellenic Data Protection Authority||Kifisias Av. 1-3, PC 11523
|+30 210 6475 600||+30 210 6475 email@example.com|
|14||Hungary||National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information||33 Soderlund Drive||+36 1 3911 400||not firstname.lastname@example.org|
|15||Iceland||Icelandic Data Protection Agency||Rauðarárstíg 10
|+354 510 9600||+354 510 email@example.com|
|16||Ireland||Data Protection Commissioner||Canal House
Station Road, Portarlington Co. Laois
|1890 25 22 31, +353 57 868 4800||+353 57 868 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|17||Italy||Garante per la protezione dei dati personali||Piazza di Monte Citorio, 121
|+39 06 69677 1||+39 06 69677 email@example.com|
|18||Latvia||Data State Inspectorate||Blaumana str. 11/13-15
|+371 6722 3131||+371 6722 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|19||Liechtenstein||Data Protection Office||Kirchstrasse 8, P.O. Box 684
9490 Vaduz, Principality of Liechtenstein
|+423 236 6090||not email@example.com|
|20||Lithuania||State Data Protection||Žygimantų str. 11-6a
|+370 5 279 14 45||+370 5 261 94 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|21||Luxembourg||Commission Nationale pour la Protection des Données||1, avenue du Rock’n’Roll
|+352 2610 60 1||+352 2610 60 email@example.com|
|22||Malta||Office of the Data Protection Commissioner||2, Airways House
High Street, Sliema SLM 1549
|+356 2328 7100||+356 2328 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|24||Netherlands||Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens||Prins Clauslaan 60
P.O. Box 93374, 2509 AJ Den Haag/The Hague
|+31 70 888 8500||+31 70 888 email@example.com|
|25||New Zealand||Privacy Commissioner||Level 13, 51 – 53 Shortland Street
Auckland, New Zealand
|+64 9 302 8680||+64 4 474 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|26||Norway||Datatilsynet||The Data Inspectorate
P.O. Box 8177 Dep, 0034 Oslo
|+47 22 39 69 00||+47 22 42 23 email@example.com|
|27||Portugal||Comissão Nacional de Protecção de Dados||R. de São. Bento, 148-3°
|+351 21 392 84 00||+351 21 397 68 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|28||Romania||The National Supervisory Authority for Personal Data Processing||B-dul Magheru 28-30
Sector 1, BUCUREŞTI
|+40 21 252 5599||+40 21 252 email@example.com|
|29||Slovenia||Information Commissioner||Zaloška 59
|+386 1 230 9730||+386 1 230 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|30||Spain||Agencia de Protección de Datos||C/Jorge Juan, 6
|+34 91399 6200||+34 91455 email@example.com|
5th Floor, Box 8114, 104 20 Stockholm
|+46 8 657 6100||+46 8 652 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|32||Switzerland||Data Protection and Information Commissioner of Switzerland||Eidgenössischer Datenschutz- und Öffentlichkeitsbeauftragter
Mr Adrian Lobsiger, Feldeggweg 1, 3003 Bern
|+41 58 462 43 95||+41 58 462 99 email@example.com|
|33||United Kingdom||The Information Commissioner’s Office||Water Lane, Wycliffe House
Wilmslow – Cheshire SK9 5AF
|+44 1625 545 745||not firstname.lastname@example.org|
The EDPB are actually very helpful and a really nice group of people. Simply send an email addressed to the EDPB Secretariat via the following email address: email@example.com
The Australian Supervisory Authority is known as the Office of the Australian Commissioner.
They can be contacted as follows:
- Phone enquiries: 1300 363 992 – Monday to Thursday – 10am to 4pm AEST/AEDT
- Online enquiries: CLICK HERE
- FOI requests: Email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to the postal address below.
- Post: GPO Box 5288. Sydney NSW 2001
- Fax: +61 2 9284 9666
- Street Address: 175 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000.
- In-person enquiries by appointment only
For further options visit the OAIC contact page: CLICK HERE
In most cases the Supervisory Authorities. If the matter ends up in the courts, then the applicable courts would decide.
It is always nice to see people interested in helping the DSARlive service, and we thank you for that. Following are the three ways you can help us.
- Promote our service to your family and friends so they can also regain control of their identity and personal data. Simply click over the following link and paste it in your emails, sms, social media platforms etc. https://dsarlive.com/
- Provide us with translations (in kind) of our service in other languages. Contact us via our Compliance Policy to find out how. CLICK HERE
- Send in a donation (of your choice) so we can maintain this service free of charge. CLICK HERE
As much as we would like, the short answer is no. Everyone involved does so ‘in-kind’ and because they believe and want to see this service active, free and available to all indefinitely.
Contact us via our Compliance Policy to and tell us how you would like to get involved with DSARlive and what you can bring to the table. CLICK HERE
Someone we respect immensely, backed by his 30 years experience and service to the industry on a global scale has made this possible. We had the idea and our DPO made it a reality.
His name is Emin Hasic and can be contacted via our Compliance Policy: CLICK HERE or if its not related to DSARlive via his own Compliance Policy: CLICK HERE
Get in touch with GDPA and they will guide you fairly and correctly. They are an amazing group. CLICK HERE
To become a DPO, you need the following 3 key traits:
LEVEL OF EXPERTISE: You will need to understand how to build, implement and manage data protection programs as this is an essential component. The more complex, or high-risk, the data processing activities are, the greater the expertise of the DPO will need to be.
PROFESSIONAL QUALITIES: DPOs do not have to be lawyers, but must have expertise in National and European Data Protection Law such as the GDPR. From a practical perspective, DPOs must have a reasonable understanding of the organisation’s technical and organisational structure and be familiar with information technologies and data security.
ABILITY TO EXECUTE: DPOs should demonstrate integrity and high professional ethics and delivery compliance with applicable Data Privacy Regulations such as the GDPR, APP, CCPA, etc.
If you are feeling disheartened then don’t. Get in touch with GDPA and find out how they can help you achieve your ambition in becoming a Data Protection Officer (DPO). In the case you did not know, there is a massive global shortage of quality DPOs, and this is where GDPA can give you the edge. Contact GDPA today to find out more: CLICK HERE,
There’s extensive opportunity for someone seeking a data privacy career. LinkedIn currently offers over 100,000 open positions for “data privacy jobs”. There are more than 85,000 opportunities advertised on Glassdoor. One interesting aspect of a career in data privacy is the various paths you can take, example:
- Data Privacy Specialists often manage day-to-day compliance tasks, including privacy assessment documentation like Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs).
- Data Privacy Managers may work to map organisational data flows, enhance data privacy training and awareness across an organisation’s business units and employees, and monitor and flag potential privacy risks and provide appropriate resolution.
- Data Privacy Analysts build solutions and automated controls that support the organisation’s privacy infrastructure for the more technically inclined.
- Data Privacy Officers are responsible for educating the company and its employees about compliance, training staff involved in data processing, and conducting regular security audits. DPOs also serve as the point of contact between the company and any Supervisory Authorities (SAs) that oversee activities related to data.
- Data Privacy Auditors assess procedures to ensure that an organization’s goals and promises of privacy and confidentiality are supported by its practices, thereby protecting confidential information from abuse and the organization from liability and public relations problems.
- Data Privacy Executives are rare but do exist and carry the qualities, expertise, knowledge and years of practice encompassing the skill-sets of Data Privacy Specialists, Managers, Analysts, Officers and Auditors.
GDPA is the Global Data Protection Agency.
Simply put, they provide the Software, Education and Support (SES) to everyone when it come to Data Privacy Compliance worldwide.
We sincerely thank them for the SES they have provided and continue to provide (in-kind) to us.
Here is a short video about them which you will enjoy and find of great benefit.
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