The DPA and the GDPR (came into force 25th May 2018) protect individuals' privacy by regulating how personal information, known in the law as 'personal data', is collected and used. The law applies to information stored electronically or in manual systems that can be linked to an identifiable individual.
The DCC has prepared a policy on how it will comply with the new law as well as ensuring it continues to comply with the principles of the DPA.
'Personal data' is any information that relates to a living individual who can be identified:
Personal data can include:
The law requires that personal information is:
Any formal requests for information or notices to stop processing under the act must be dealt with by the Committee. Pass any such requests immediately to the Honorary Secretary. Contact can be made by email to the Hon. Secretary
Any request to have email addresses or other information deleted after an Open Weekend or photographs removed from the website at any time should be referred to the Webmaster who can readily remove the information.
The Club's policy, privacy statement and consent form can be downloaded below. Members can also access their own on-line records from the members list and amend their consent to divulge personal information to other members. Until members give consent, only names will be listed on the members' list. If you are unable to edit your own details on-line use the consent form below or contact the Webmaster. If you don't want your name listed, then you will have to resign from the Club!
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