New national rules came into force on 25th May 2018, called the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). This is what it means:
When you joined Surrey Coalition of Disabled People you signed a joining form giving us information about yourself so that we could keep in touch with you and send you information. We promised you that any information we ask you for will be kept private. We will continue to do this.
We hold the following information about you on a secure database:
You were also asked to let us know:
As stated on the Joining Form, we use the information we hold about you to:
We do not share your information with anyone else, unless you specifically ask us to do so. Examples of where we share your details include:
You have the right to:
You can do this by:
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