GDPR: Data Subject Requests (DSRs)

How Microsoft enables you to respond to Data Subject Requests.

The GDPR grants individuals (or data subjects) certain rights in connection with the processing of their personal data, including the right to correct inaccurate data, erase data or restrict its processing, receive their data and fulfill a request to transmit their data to another controller. Below we discuss what the GDPR requires of controllers (you) and processors (Microsoft) to respond to those requests, and how Microsoft will enable you to do so.

DSR Documentation for Online Services

Office 365

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Dynamics 365

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Azure

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Visual Studio Family

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Intune

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Microsoft Professional Services

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Data Subject Request admin tools

Security & Compliance Center

User-generated data is exported by the Security & Compliance Center or in-application features.

Visit the Security & Compliance Center

Azure AD Admin Center

Delete a data subject from Azure Active Directory and related services using Azure AD Admin Center.

Visit the Azure AD Admin Center

Microsoft Data Log Export

System-generated logs can be exported by tenant administrators using the Microsoft Data Log Export.

Learn more about the Data Log Export

Data Subject Request frequently asked questions

Below are important questions and answers about responding to a DSR.

Frequently asked questions

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