You can ask an organisation that holds information about you to delete that information and, in some circumstances, it must then do so. This is known as the right to erasure. You may sometimes hear it called the ‘right to be forgotten’.
Article 32 of the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 affords individuals the right to erase their personal information.
Our ‘no-nonsense’ infographic explains your right to request that your personal information be erased.