You have the right to object to the processing (use) of your personal information in some circumstances. If an organisation agrees to your objection, it must stop using your information for that purpose unless it can give strong and legitimate reasons to continue using your information despite your objections.
You have an absolute right to object to an organisation using your information for direct marketing – in other words, trying to sell things to you. This means it must stop using the data if you object.
Articles 35 to 37 of the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 afford individuals the right to object to processing personal information in certain circumstances.
Our ‘no-nonsense’ infographic explains your right to object to the use of your personal information.