It has been interesting watching the action now being made to claim the rights of the data subject as stipulated in the GDPR. On average there seems to be for the larger businesses around 10 SARs requests, although, to say on average is not correct in that we are only one month into the aftermath of the GDPR 🙂
I was delighted to see Lucas Khan in action, claiming to have his personal data removed from public sources in Sweden which is the product of something called an utgivningsbevis issued in the name of freedom of speech. I wrote loads on this since already, and its great to have some company 🙂
btw. this will be fixed with the e-Privacy Regulation. I’ll dig out the quote later in another post.
Some of the posts:
Personal data is still PUBLIC in Sweden!
Personal data still public and for sale in Sweden!
Sweden is going to have fun with the new Data Protection Regulation
Ratsit is so kind as to remove sensitive data from public eyes
There is more. Just search 🙂