How is my information being used to make decisions?

Page updated: 17 May 2018

We sometimes use our computers to study your personal information. We might use this information so we know how you use our services. For big decisions that may impact you, you have "the right not to be subject to automatic decision-making, including profiling". But we'll always explain to you when we might do this, why it's happening and the effect.

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