We promise to inform you why we need your personal data and to ask only for the personal data we need, and not to collect information that is irrelevant or excessive.
When we collect your personal data we have responsibilities and you have rights. These include that you can withdraw your consent to us keeping your data at any time, that you can lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority, that we will protect your data and ensure that no unauthorised person has access to it, that we will only share your personal data with other organisations for legitimate purposes, that we will not keep it for longer than necessary, and that we will not make it available for commercial use without obtaining your prior consent, and that we will consider your request to correct it, to stop processing it, or to erase your personal data entirely.
There are limited circumstances where we can pass on information without telling you, such as for the prevention or detection of crime, or to produce anonymised statistics.
If you have any concerns over the use of your data then please contact Richard Finlay to discuss it. If you consider that your information has been handled incorrectly you can contact the Information Commissioner for independent advice about data protection.