How can I see what information you have about me?

Page updated: 28 September 2016

Get in touch to ask for a copy of your information and have any mistakes corrected.

It’s your right under the UK Data Protection Act.

It costs £10 (make a cheque payable to BBC) and you’ll need to provide two copies of your ID. These can include your:

Passport
Driving licence
Birth certificate
Utility bill (from the last three months)
Current vehicle registration document
Bank statement (from the last three months)
Rent book (from the last three months)

To get in touch, email: dpa.officer@bbc.co.uk

Or write to:

The BBC Data Protection Officer
Room BC2 A5 Broadcast Centre
White City
Wood Lane
London
W12 7TP

If you're outside the UK, email dataprotection@bbc.com

Or write to:

The Privacy Team
BBC Worldwide
4A Television Centre
101 Wood Lane
London
W12 7FA

BBC Worldwide will explain how you can access or update your information.

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