How to close a request as Nonresponsive?

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Within DataGrail you can close a request as Nonresponsive at multiple points during the privacy request lifecycle. Closing a request as Nonresponsive allows you to stop processing a request and close it with or without an email notification to the data subject. Currently, you are able to close a request as Nonresponsive in the following states:

  • Request Wizard
  • Pending Action

 

The sections below will walk through how to close a privacy request as Nonresponsive in each state.

 

Request Wizard

Within Step 1 of the Request Wizard you have the option to select Nonresponsive. Selecting this option will move forward with marking the request as Nonresponsive. 

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After selecting Nonresponsive and clicking Next you will have the option to close without an email or to confirm receipt of the request and close. 

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Pending Action

When a request is in Pending Action you can Mark a request as Nonresponsive and close by selecting the Mark Nonresponsive option from the right menu.

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After selecting the option to Mark the request as Nonresponsive you will be provided the option to close with or without an email to the data subject.

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If you have any questions about marking and closing a request as Nonresponsive, contact support@datagrail.io

 

Disclaimer: The information contained in this message does not constitute as legal advice. We would advise seeking professional counsel before acting on or interpreting any material.

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