The research discussed the right to informational self-determination as a general civil right, which was inaugurated through the work analyzed by the European regulation of personal data protection under the European judiciary.

It was defined as the human right to control and monitor the processing of his personal data under a contractual or legal bond.

It included many properties, the highest of the importance of which:

The right of the subject to access his processed data, The right to transfer it, The right to correct it, The right to delete it ( the right to be forgotten), The right to restrict the processing, The right to object to the processing, The right to prevent automatic data control for marketing purposes

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