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In November, 2018, a customer (data subject) purchased glasses from an optician (data controller), and later noticed that the optician had stored his personal data in their system. Data subject requested the controller to delete his data, on the basis that he had not given his consent for storing the data.
 
In November, 2018, a customer (data subject) purchased glasses from an optician (data controller), and later noticed that the optician had stored his personal data in their system. Data subject requested the controller to delete his data, on the basis that he had not given his consent for storing the data.
To proceed with his request for deletion, data subject was asked to fill in an online form where data subject had to provide even more personal data. Data subject refused and instead, wrote a public blog post which was accepted by the DPAs as a valid data subject request.
 
  
 
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