Correcting your information
You have the right to require us to correct inaccurate personal information that we hold about you. If you tell us that the personal information we hold on you is incorrect, we will review it and if we agree with you, we will correct our records. If we do not agree with you, we will let you know. If you believe the records we hold on you are still incorrect, you can let us know in writing, and we will include your statement when we give your personal information to any third parties. If you believe that we hold incomplete personal information about you, you may also have the right to have the information completed, including by providing a supplementary statement. Whether or not this right applies will depend on the purposes for which your personal information is being processed. We need to notify any third parties with whom we have shared your personal information that you have made a correction request (see Who do we share your information with?). We will take reasonable steps to do this, but if it is not possible or costly we may not be able to do so. How You Can See and Correct Your Information Generally, if you ask us in writing, we will let you see the personal information that we hold about you, and/or take steps to correct any inaccurate information. Due to legal privilege, we may not be able to show you anything that we learned in connection with a claim or legal proceeding. Erasing your information When can you request deletion of your personal information? Subject to the section below When can we refuse erasure requests?, you have a right to have your personal information erased, and to prevent further processing of your personal information, where: - the personal information is no longer necessary for the purpose it was originally collected/processed, - you withdraw your consent (where consent was previously provided and required for us to process the information), - you object to the processing, as long as our legitimate interests in processing your personal information don't take priority over your objection, - we've been processing your personal information unlawfully, or - your personal information has to be erased in order to comply with a legal obligation.