All your data
All yours

Join the largest collective data request in Europe now!

Do you actually know what data is being collected about you? Your locations, personality, your preferences and favorites. But also your car, your income, your health, political opinion. Even your roommates or pets.

Registration for this campaign has now been closed. If you are interested in this initiative, please fill in the form to create an account. You can download SOMI app ( iOS | Android ) and sign in with your account to request your personal data from any companies/entities in Europe. 

Why Participate?

SOMI is taking the rights of European citizens to a new level by performing a collective data request on the behalf of participating consumers. 

  • Companies must be transparent in the processing of personal data.
  • GDPR gives individuals a right to obtain and delete their personal data.
  • This also includes relevant information on how the data were being processed.
  • Every organisation that processes data of European residents must comply with these obligations..
  • Together, we can end privacy violation and take control of our personal data.
  • Join this action for FREE – we do not charge any costs.

Your data belongs to you.

Your data belongs to you. The GDPR gives you the right to request your personal data from any company that collects and processes it. However, the procedure can be complicated and often time consuming. SOMI takes away the hassles by exercising your rights to access to your personal data on your behalf. All personal data is stored on our server fully encrypted, only you will have access to it. 

Join us on a discovery to find out how much tech companies know about you! SOMI can help you with that. Feel free to share your experiences with us; then we will put together your findings and complaints.

SOMI is a recognized claims foundation in the field of privacy and data autonomy. We are happy to assist you.


How does the data request work?

The General Data Protection Regulation (or GDPR) which came into force on 25th May 2018 in the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA), enforces data protection and privacy for European citizens and residents. Under Article 15 of the GDPR, individuals have the ‘right of access’ and to receive a copy of their personal data from any data processing entity operating in the EU and EEA, along with the following information on how the personal data was and currently still is being collected and processed:

  • Purposes of data processing

  • Categories of personal data being processed

  • Recipients to whom personal data have been or will be disclosed

  • Envisaged period for which the personal data will be stored

  • Source(s) from which the personal data originate

  • The existence of automated decision-making or profiling, the information about the logic or algorithm involved, as well as the reasons behind and the possible consequences of such processing

  • Transfer of personal data to a third country outside of the EU and EEA


SOMI presents this following selection of foreign tech companies in the largest collective data request in Europe: TikTok, Palantir, and ZOOM. These are Chinese and US companies that process the personal data on millions of European citizens. According to our legislation, non-EU companies are fully obliged to follow GDPR guideline when processing personal data of European citizens and residents. SOMI has previously filed several complaints against these companies for allegedly violating GDPR and unlawfully processing our personal data. 


In four simple steps you can request your personal data without any hassle.


Register with SOMI

We process your personal data as described on our privacy policy and in line with GDPR compliance. All personal data is only stored fully encrypted, so you (and not SOMI or anyone else) will have access to it.


Sign the Power of attorney

You can choose to request your data from TikTok, Palantir and ZOOM, all of the above or any company selected by SOMI or yourself. 


Waiting time

The first round of data request was submitted on 28th July 2021. The second round of request will be submitted on 11th August. You can check the number of registrations on our DPE scoreboard


Receive your data

When received a request, the companies are obliged to provide a copy of your data within the period of 1-3 months.


How can I participate in this campaign?

You can participate in this campaign by filling in the online registration form above.

Am I eligible to participate?

You can only participate if you reside in the EU/EEA member states (including Ireland and Switzerland), and if you are 18 years or older. Unfortunately, it is not possible for non-EU residents to participate, however, please subscribe to SOMI to stay informed about our future actions that you might be able to participate in.

Are there any costs?

No, SOMI will not charge any fee for this campaign.

Is there any compensation?

Unfortunately, no. The goal of this action is only to request copies of the personal data that TikTok, Palantir and Zoom have collected on you. However, if SOMI found that the GDPR has in fact been violated on any significant scale by these companies, we will subsequently start a follow-up campaign.

Compensation for damages is being sought in our ongoing TikTok litigation. In case you reside in the Netherlands, you may still sign up for this with a single subscription payment of EUR 17,50. You can find more information here.

Why do I need to upload my ID?

In order to request your personal data on your behalf, we need to be able to provide information to verify your identity and prove that you have given us authorization to act on your behalf. This is why we also ask you to sign the Power of Attorney.

We recommend using the Dutch government's Copy ID app to make a secure copy of your ID. When you do, please follow the following black-out guidelines:  

National ID, Driver’s license or Passport
Please upload only the front side of this document (or picture of it) and black out the photo, national identification number, document number and any machine-readable areas prior to transferring it to us. 

When and how will I receive my data?

According to GDPR, these data processing entities should provide a complete copy of personal data within one month of receipt of the request. The GDPR also allows the extension of this time limit by an additional two months, taking into account the complexity and the number of requests.

At the moment of the transfer of this requested data from these companies to us, we will fully encrypt such data and store it securely on our server. You can download your personal data and relevant information via your account on and via our SOMI app.

If you do not receive any notification from us, please check your spam or junk email folder just in case our email got delivered there instead of your inbox. If that is the case, select the email from SOMI and mark as Not Junk, which will allow the future messages to get through.

About SOMI


SOMI investigates misconducts, informs the public and helps affected individuals. With this goal, SOMI wants to contribute to the online security and digital sovereignty of individuals. 

Only if and when personal data processing entities are completely transparent about the use of personal data and possible negative consequences, individuals can make informed decisions and exercise control over their private information.

SOMI. All your data. All yours.

financing partners

SOMI is seeking financing partners

We always have potential for new legal claims at SOMI. Through our app and our research, we identify fresh opportunities for claim financing, especially in the area of consumer claims, privacy protection and data autonomy almost every day.

We are looking for financing partners! These may include the full range from grants and subsidies for groundbreaking campaigns and research all the way to commercial claim funding at multiples of over 3-5 times of initial investments funded.

SOMI has its statutory base in The Netherlands; an excellent jurisdiction for representing any collective damages compensation claim. Through our membership base, our campaigns and our app, we identify and represent claims all over Europe.

Should you, or any organization represented by you, be interested in financing any of our activities, reach out to us!

The best way of contacting us directly in these matters is by sending an email, briefly stating your contact details and interests, to

We will then contact you directly. 

SOMI - Financial partner