- Information Commissioner consults on subject access guidance
- What does the new guidance contain?
- Are there any significant omissions?
- When are requests valid?
- How should controllers check data subject’s identities?
- What are the rules for subject access request generator sites?
- How should information be organised in order to respond to SARs?
- What is the time limit for response?
- How should bulk requests be handled?
- What are the extent of measures that an organisation must use to retrieve data?
- What are the exemptions?
- How are special cases handled?
Information Law analysis: The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued a consultation on new, draft, guidance on dealing with subject access requests (SARs). The call for comments closes at 5pm Wednesday, 12 February 2020. Stephanie Creed and Ruth Boardman of Bird & Bird LLP explain the latest developments.
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