Under the Data Protection Act, we have a legal duty to protect any personal information we collect from you. You may have heard about the new data protection legislation, GDPR. From 25 May, new rules about how to protect and process your data are coming into force and we want to make sure that we keep in touch with you in the right way.
There are no changes to the way we use your personal data, and we will never share your data with outside organisations.
This privacy notice contains important information on:
- The purposes for which we collect and process information about you;
- The lawful basis of that processing;
- How we collect personal information and for how long we keep it;
- Who we will share your information with; and
- Where to find out more information about your privacy rights.
Purposes of collecting your information
Literature Across Frontiers will collect and process information about you for the following purposes:
In response to an enquiry in person, by phone, mail, via our website or via digital means, to be added to our mailing list. This will enable you to receive our newsletter and be notified of upcoming Literature Across Frontiers events and opportunities.
We will collect your contact details (including name, address, email, phone, social media handle) relying upon your implied consent and legitimate interest. The information collected and processed for this process will be kept indefinitely on our mailing list database unless you chose to unsubscribe in which event we will delete your data.
The lawful basis of this processing is that it is in the legitimate interests of Literature Across Frontiers and Mercator Rhyngwladol / Mercator International but your consent is needed in order to contact you by electronic means unless you have an existing relationship with Literature Across Frontiers as current or former participant in our projects, supplier or recipient of our services.
You will be able to remove your consent to receive our communications and e-newsletters at any time. Literature Across Frontiers has an automatic unsubscribe option at the bottom of our newsletters.
How long will we keep your data?
The information collected and processed for this purpose will be kept for as long as is necessary for the purpose for which is was collected. At the end of that period, your data will either be deleted completely or anonymised so that it can be used in a non-identifiable way for statistical analysis, reporting and business planning.
The information we will use for the purposes described above will be collected from you directly, possibly taken from publicly available sources of information and/or will be taken from information already held by Literature Across Frontiers.
Sharing your data
We will never share your personal data with external companies other than those selected to process our participants’ and clients’ details for the purposes of Accounting. Requests for information to be removed from our database and systems should be made directly to Literature Across Frontiers.
Literature Across Frontiers will not share your personal data for marketing purposes with external companies.
Your privacy rights
You have a number of rights under data protection legislation, including the right to lodge a complaint with the ICO. If you would like further information about how Literature processes data, please contact us at email@example.com
Literatre Across Frontiers operates as a non-profit organisation and relies on funds raised form public and private sources. If you have any questions regarding our fundraising activity we would always ask in the first instance to contact us directly but any complaints can also be directed towards the Fundraising Regulator by visiting www.fundraisingregulator.org.uk or to the Information Complaints Commissioner by visiting www.ico.org.uk
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