Processing Personal Data Under The Law Of Lithuania – Part Two

In Lithuania, the processing of personal data is regulated by the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data, adopted on June 11, 1996, as amended (the “Personal Data Protection Act.”) The principles set forth in this Act derive from fundamental rights enshrined in the Constitution, which was adopted on October 25, 1992, including in particular Article 22, which concerns the right to privacy and the protection related to the collection of personal data.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What right of communication does the data subject have?
What rights of rectification and deletion does the data subject have?
What other rights does the data subject have?
How can the data subject enforce the above-mentioned rights?


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