Right to erasure

You may use this form to use your right of erasure. Please submit all the data in the provided fields down below and finalize by clicking “submit” at the end of the page.

Your personal information

Please fill out your personal information.

If you are not the data subject, we will ask you to provide the details of the data subject further down in this form.

Details of the data subject (if you are acting on behalf of the data subject)

Please fill out the personal information of the data subject. If you yourself are the data subject, you may leave these fields blank.

Verify your identity

To ensure we are erasing data of the right person we require you to provide us with proof, either of your own personal identity and address if you are the data subject, or of the person you are acting on behalf of, if you are not the data subject.


Given the sensitive nature of erasing personal data, GDPR Article 17(1) requires certain conditions to be met before a request may be considered. Please supply us with the reason you wish your data to be erased and please attach any justifying documents to this one.

You feel your personal data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which we originally collected it
You no longer consent to our processing of your personal data
You object to our processing of your personal data as is your right under Article 21 of the GDPR
You feel your personal data has been unlawfully processed
You feel we are subject to a legal obligation of the EU or Member State that requires the erasure of your personal data.
You are a child, you represent a child, or you were a child at the time of the data processing and you feel your personal data was used to offer you information society services

Description of information

Please note that:

  • In certain circumstances, where erasure would adversely affect the freedom of expression, contradict a legal obligation, act against the public interest in the area of public health, act against the public interest in the area of scientific or historical research, or prohibit the establishment of a legal defense or exercise of other legal claims, we may not be able to erase the information you requested in accordance with article 17(3) of the GDPR. In such cases you will be informed promptly and given full reasons for that decision.
  • While in most cases we will be happy to erase the personal data you request, we nevertheless reserve the right, in accordance with Article 12(5) of the GDPR, to charge a fee or refuse the request if it is considered to be “manifestly unfounded or excessive.” However, we will make every effort to provide you with the erasure of your personal data, if suitable.

Please note that any attempt to mislead may result in prosecution.

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