From October 5, the Estonian Human Rights Centre’s lawyer Mari-Liis Vähi will start providing individual counselling on issues related to privacy and data protection. Help is free for everyone!
Contact us, for example, if:
- your health data is publicly available from the database of a state or medical institution,
- your social media data has been leaked,
- the public authority does not provide you with information about the data collected about you,
- the state has kept your data longer than allowed or released it to third parties without permission.
Contact the Human Right Centre, if you feel that your right to respect for private and family life has been violated by the use of your personal information. We offer you free primary advice and assistance on how to end the offense, what claims to make and where to turn to protect your rights.
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, explaining the nature of the problem. You can also call the Centre’s phone number 644 5148 on Tuesdays between 10 am and 3 pm.
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