What happens if you get a Subject Access Request for Diamond data from a contributor?

Under the provisions of the DPA, individuals can ask to see any information that an organisation holds about them. They do this by making a written Subject Access Request. If you receive a Subject Access Request from a?contributor?for their?Diamond?information, you should inform the contributor that they need to make a request in writing to the broadcaster who commissioned your programme, and explain to the contributor that your organisation does not store, access or handle Personal Data as part of Diamond. Your commissioning broadcaster can provide you with the relevant contact point in their organisation to pass on to contributors.

You can find out more about subject access requests from the website of the Information Commissioner?s Office