As part of its core operations, Eurojust processes and temporarily stores various categories of personal data. It carries out these activities in accordance with the recently revised rules on data protection governing EU institutions, which are independently monitored by the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS). The rules require Eurojust to keep formal, accurate records of all the data it processes and to offer clarity and transparency regarding its data processing activities at all times.
As a ‘data subject’, your rights regarding the use of your personal information are clearly defined. They include the right to request access to your data and to check that any information relating to you is complete and accurate. These rights, and how to exercise them, are summarised below.