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Office of the Isle of Man Data Protection Supervisor

The Office of the Data Protection Supervisor ("Supervisor") is the independent authority established under the provisions of the Isle of Man Data Protection Act 2002. The Supervisor is responsible for upholding the rights of individuals and for ensuring that data controllers comply with the obligations imposed upon them by the Act. The Supervisor is also responsible for ensuring compliance with the Unsolicited Communications Regulations 2005.

The aim of this site is to provide user-friendly access to relevant advice and guidance on the Data Protection Act and the Unsolicited Communications Regulations.

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blankblankissues buttonblankREFORM OF DATA PROTECTION LEGISLATION - Go To PageLast updated
17 June 2015
 blankNEW - Guidance for individuals on the private use of CCTV1 May 2015
 blankAnnual Report for 2013 -2014 published10 April 2015
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blankUsing surveillance equipment in compliance with the Data Protection Act7 April 2015
blankEnforcement Notice issued in respect of compliance with subject access requests27 January 2015
blankNew EWHC Judgment added, decision made regarding failure to comply with subject access requests, and compensation awards for the damage and distress caused16 June 2014
 blankThe EU Court of Justice "Right to be Forgotten" Ruling13 June 2014

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