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Your right to restrict the processing of your data
Your right to restrict the processing of your data

How to request restriction of processing your personal data by Showbie

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Written by Brinna Smith
Updated over a week ago

Individuals have the right to restrict processing of their data where:

  • The accuracy of their data is contested;

  • The processing is unlawful and the data subject opposed erasure of their personal data;

  • The controller no longer needs the personal data, but is required to store it; or 

  • The data subject otherwise objects to the processing. 

Requests to restrict the processing of your data can be made directly to your educational institution (the data controller), or via Showbie (the data processor) using this form

Note that changes to student accounts must be requested by teachers or admins—we will not make changes to student accounts that are requested by students or parents. (However, parents can request changes to their parent account.) If you are student or parent and want to make changes to a student account, please have your/your child's teacher contact 

Once your request has been verified, all third party subprocessors will be informed. 

Data subjects will be notified prior to lifting the restriction on processing.

Read more about the GDPR’s right to data restriction here

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