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Even though the UK has left the European Union, European data protection regulations apply in this study. These laws require us to tell you about the rights you have over the personal data collected about you in the study. 

The University of Oxford is using your personal data for research purposes; it will only process personal data as necessary to undertake research that is being carried out in the public interest. This is known under data protection law as our legal basis for processing your personal data.

Your rights to access, change or move your data are limited, as the University of Oxford needs to manage your information in specific ways in order for the research to be reliable and accurate. But you have the right to access any personal data that is held about you by the AMALFI team and the right to ask us to correct any inaccurate personal data we hold about you. You have the right to restrict or object to processing of your personal data.  

However, if you decide that you do not want any more information collected about you by the AMALFI team, the University of Oxford may be obliged by law to keep information already collected to ensure that the study results we publish are correct and robust. Rights to receive an electronic copy of the personal data held about you are also limited. 

 If you would like to discuss this further please contact the AMALFI team or alternatively you can contact the Data Protection Officer via

If you are not happy with the way your data has been handled by the AMALFI team you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office (0303 123 1113 or