The Right To Rectification
This is simpler than previous rights, it simply states that individuals have the rights to amend or correct any details, which you have on file, which may be incorrect.
The Right to Erasure or the right to be forgotten is a right provided to consumers where by upon request a business is required to delete all personal data held by the business, providing there is no compelling reason for its continued processing. The business does in some circumstances have the right to refuse this request, for example if the data is required for completion of a contract.
The Right To Restrict Processing
This is very similar to the previous regulations under the Data protection act. Individuals are allowed to request that processing is not performed on their data, unlike the right to erasure you are still permitted to hold the data you just can’t process it, i.e. use it.
Right To Data Portability
This right is in relation to an individuals right of access. The right of access allows an individual to request access to their data, the right to data portability allows individuals access to their data in a portable format in order to use themselves. The business is required to provide the data in a format that is portable between platforms for example a CSV file.
The Right To Object.
The Right Related To Automated Decision Making And Profiling.
This should not impact many if any photographers but a brief overview is that in the case of any data procession or decision making by an automated process an individual has the right to request human intervention. For instance you put in for a loan and that process is decided by a computer, you have the right to request that an actual person reviews the decision.