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- if you are a participant in ISO standardization activities, please contact your ISO member to which you gave your personal data or contact ISO directly at DataProtectionOfficer@iso.org;
- if you hold an account for the ISO webstore or an ISO member’s webstore account hosted by ISO, you can directly revise the personal data in your account (see Our webstore below for more details about how to control your personal data);
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