Making unsolicited marketing calls to TPS numbers is unlawful.
Continuing to hold and process personal data when requested not to, and having no reason to, is unlawful.
So either way, unwanted "junk" calls should be possible to handle somehow.
Sadly someone has given my number with her name on a loan application. I am now being constantly hassled (asking for her).
These are not marking calls (as such) as far as I know.
These are not unsolicited - in that someone asked them to call.
And the contact details they have do not have my name.
Am I even the data subject? My number on its own is not really personal information as it does not allow me to be identified (as reverse phone lookups are meant not to be allowed). The name is not me. So even if together they are personal information, I am not the data subject?
I'm not the intended recipient of the calls.
Are they breaking an regulation or law by constantly calling for this person? Even harassment, they are intending to harass this other person, and not me!
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