How to Request Personal Data Deletion (GDPR)
At Delivering Dreams, we value your privacy and are committed to safeguarding your personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). GDPR provides you with certain rights, including the right to request the deletion of your personal data from our systems. This guide will walk you through the steps on how to request personal data deletion under GDPR.
Step 1: Identify Delivering Dreams as the Data Controller
Before proceeding with your data deletion request, please be aware that Delivering Dreams is the data controller responsible for processing your personal data. Identifying the data controller is crucial to initiate the deletion process.
Step 2: Gather Relevant Information
To make a successful data deletion request, you should gather the following information:
Contact Information: Collect our contact details, including our email address and postal address.
Personal Data Details: List the specific personal data you want us to delete. This may include your name, email address, phone number, or any other information you believe we hold about you.
Identification: You may be required to provide proof of your identity to ensure the security of your personal data.
Step 3: Draft a Deletion Request
Compose a formal request for the deletion of your personal data. Your request should include:
- A clear statement that you are requesting the deletion of your personal data under GDPR.
- A description of the personal data you want us to delete.
- Your contact information.
- Any relevant identification or reference numbers related to your data (if applicable).
Step 4: Send Your Request to International Surrogacy
Submit your deletion request to International Surrogacy using the contact information provided on our website. You can send your request via email or postal mail, depending on your preference and the contact details available.
Step 5: Follow Up
After sending your request, please allow us a reasonable amount of time to process it. GDPR stipulates that organizations should respond to your request within one month. If you do not receive a response or if your request is denied, you have the option to escalate the matter to your national data protection authority for further assistance.
Step 6: Keep Records
It's essential to maintain copies of all correspondence related to your data deletion request. This documentation may be necessary if you need to file a complaint or seek legal action.
Your privacy is of utmost importance to us at International Surrogacy. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can exercise your GDPR rights and ensure the protection of your personal data. We are committed to complying with GDPR regulations and respecting your data protection rights. If you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.