Data we collect:
Your name and email address.
The source of personal data:
The personal data we hold will have been provided directly from you when signing up to receive the weekly newsletter.
People we share data with:
We do not share data with others.
Your data rights:
1. Right to be informed
We must be completely transparent with you by providing information ‘in a concise, transparent, intelligible and easily accessible form, using clear and plain language’. Our privacy notice is one of the ways we try and let you know how data is handled.
2. Right of access
You have the right to access your personal information. For details on how you an access your personal information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Right to rectification
You have the right without undue delay to request the rectification or updating of inaccurate personal data.
4. Right to restrict processing
You can ask for there to be a restriction of processing such as where the accuracy of the personal data is contested. This means that we may only store the personal data and not further process it except in limited circumstances
5. Right to object
You can object to certain types of processing such as direct marketing. The right to object also applies to other types of processing such as processing for scientific, historical research or statistical purposes (although processing may still be carried out for reasons of public interest).
6. Rights on automated decision making and profiling
The law provides safeguards for you against the risk that a potentially damaging decision is taken without human intervention. The right does not apply in certain circumstances such as where you give your explicit consent.
7. Right to data portability
Where personal data is processed on the basis of consent and by automated means, you have the right to have your personal data transmitted directly from one data controller to another where this is technically possible.
8. Right to erasure or ‘right to be forgotten’
You can request the erasure of their personal data including when:
- the personal data is no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected
- you no longer provide your consent, or
- you object to the processing.
The Information Commissioner regulates data handling by organisations in the U.K and work to uphold the data rights of citizens and the Information Commissioner’s website provides more information on the rights available to you.
If you consented to providing your personal information to us and you have changed your mind and you no longer want the website to hold your information, please let us know. In the first instance please contact email@example.com Withdrawing consent should be as easy to do as when you provided consent in the first place. If that isn’t your experience with a particular service it is important you let us know of your difficulties so that we can put that right.
You can also use the ‘unsubscribe’ tab at the bottom of the newsletter email.
If you encounter any difficulties in withdrawing consent, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Automated decision making and profiling:
We do not carry out automated decision-making or profiling.
The right to complain about data handling:
We set very high standards for the collection and appropriate use of personal data. We therefore take any complaints about data handling very seriously. We encourage you to bring to our attention where the use of data is unfair, misleading or inappropriate and we also welcome suggestions for improvement.
We would ask that you try and resolve data handling issues directly with us.
We are committed to handling data appropriately and are confident that we can resolve most issues informally. Please contact email@example.com if you have an issue.
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