DATA PRIVACY STATEMENT
introduction of the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR),
which came into force of 25th May 2018, we would like to let you know
what the Preseli Astronomy Group does with personal data given to it by
members of the public.
strongly believe in protecting your personal data which is why we
collect only the absolute minimum data where necessary.
Basis for obtaining Personal Data
anyone wishing to become a member of the Preseli Astronomy Group
applies for membership the minimum personal contact details will be
collected by the Group for the basis of contacting you.
This also applies to Facebook and full access to the website.
We do not share, give, sell or otherwise pass on any personal data to other organisations.
You have the
right to ensure that we process your personal data fairly and where we
do hold your personal data, that information is accurate.
You have to
right to ensure that we do not hold personal data about you longer than
is necessary and to have that data removed (also known as the right to
be forgotten or the right to erasure).
As described, if you wish
this data is removed sooner, please contact the Group.
Data subject request
To make a
request to see what data we hold - known as a "data subject
request"- what processing the Group does with your personal data
or to have data erased, you should contact the Group. You can make that
request by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The Group will have 28 days to respond to your request. There is no fee attached to making this request.
Data Breaches and Complaints
If you believe there has been a data breach with your personal data, you should immediately contact the Group by emailing: email@example.com
The data breach will be investigated and findings reported back to you.
information regarding GDPR and making a complaint to a higher authority
can be found at the Information Commissioners Office at www.ico.org.uk
Should you require any further details, please do not hesitate to let us know.
Our Data Protection Officer is Richard Davies.