Erasure: the Right to be Forgotten

Right to be forgotten eLearning - what you need to know

The Right to be Forgotten forms a fundamental part of the forthcoming GDPR, due to come into force in May 2018.

If a person requests that their information is removed from their records, the company must find and delete all such data unless there is a competing
requirement. The Right to be Forgotten course explains what an organisation must do if it receives a request to erase personal data or to stop processing the data.

It outlines an organisation's legal obligation to take all reasonable steps to have the data erased including by any 3rd parties with whom the data may have been shared, and explains the additional measures necessary when handling children's data.

Erasure: the Right to be Forgotten
  • Erasure: the Right to be Forgotten
  • Erasure: the Right to be Forgotten
  • Erasure: the Right to be Forgotten
  • Erasure: the Right to be Forgotten