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Thanks to GDPR, you can ask any company what they know about you and they have to reply within 30 days by law.

Personal data that many companies collect:

  • Name
  • Contact details
  • Cookies and IP address
  • Debit and credit card details
  • Economic, social and cultural information
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Credit files

Send a request to see your credit files to make sure you:

  • are in the best place to apply for a mortgage, loan, or any form of finance
  • know what a lender can see when making a decision
  • can see why previous lending decisions were made about you
  • can stop inaccurate information affecting your credit score
  • can see if you've been the victim of fraud

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Dating apps

Find out what dating apps know about you to understand what sensitive data they have.

Most dating apps also share personal data with advertisers, like:

  • Name and gender
  • App activity
  • Preferences

Many have been controversial: Grindr, for example, only stopped sharing users' HIV status with other companies in 2018.

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Social media

Social media companies often collect, and sell on:

  • Name and address
  • Tastes and habits
  • Cookies & IP address
  • Relationship status
  • Facial recognition data
  • Behaviour on other apps
  • Economic, social and cultural information

Send a subject access request to find out what they know about you today.

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Political parties

Political parties often collect:

  • Name and address
  • Tastes and habits
  • Contact details
  • Cookies and IP address
  • Economic, social and cultural information
  • Employment status
  • Income
  • Presence or absence of children in the household age
  • Family structure
  • Level of educational achievement
  • Onomastic data (looking at names to guess other characteristics) to identify gender
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Data brokers

A data broker is a company that sells personal information about you, in the form of detailed 'profiles'.

Profiles can include:

  • Name and date of birth
  • Tastes and habits
  • Contact details
  • Economic, social and cultural information
  • House price data
  • Family details
  • Previous addresses
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American political parties

Political parties create detailed 'profiles' by collecting:

  • Name, gender, address
  • Family structure
  • Occupation and employment status
  • Income
  • Political leaning
  • Economic, social and cultural information
  • Level of educational achievement
  • Debt profile
  • Information gleaned from social media profiles
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Recruitment agencies

Recruitment agencies collect a huge amount of personal data about you in order to match you with potential job opportunities.

This often includes details about your employment history, earning potential and your:

  • Name and address
  • Contact information
  • CV
  • Cookies and IP address
  • Economic, social and cultural information

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Estate agents

Personal data that estate agents typically store:

  • Name and address
  • Contact details
  • Likely income bracket
  • Cookies and IP address
  • Economic, social and cultural information

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Online news publications

Online news publications often collect:

  • IP address
  • Geolocation data
  • Browsing history
  • Device and browser type, device ID
  • Name, date of birth, email address
  • Postal address and contact information
  • Financial details
  • Website and app usage
  • GPS data
  • Residential or billing address
  • Social media data
  • Photograph
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Any company - CSJ

Thanks to GDPR, you can ask any company what they know about you and they have to reply within 30 days by law.

Personal data that many companies collect:

  • Name
  • Contact details
  • Cookies & IP address
  • Debit and credit card details
  • Economic, social and cultural information
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