The GDPR is only concerned with individuals' personal data. Personal data is data that, by itself or in combination with other information, can be traced to a (natural) person. Examples of personal data include; name, address, home town, licence plate number, personnel number, e-mail address and video images.
Articles in this section
- What does the General Data Protection Regulation mean?
- What rights can EU citizens derive from the General Data Protection Regulation?
- What is personal data?
- What personal data does Digidentity collect?
- Why is Digidentity allowed to process personal data in the first place?
- How do I get the information Digidentity holds about me?
- What if a user does not give Digidentity consent to collect, process and store their personal data?
- How to delete your account