1. PERSONAL INFORMATION
There are only three circumstances in which the Blewbury Bulletin will ask for personal contact details:
2. SECURITY OF INFORMATION
To prevent unauthorised access or unlawful processing of your personal information, we keep any information you supply confidential and store it securely.
All email addresses (for Stop Press and Bulletin PDF mailings) are held on our behalf on the secure servers of the commercial service provider MailChimp®, and not on any private computer. MailChimp is a participant in the U.S. Government’s EU/Swiss Privacy Shield Framework, which protects the personal data of all EU and Swiss citizens when transferred to a participating U.S. organisation.
All postal addresses (for mailing printed Bulletins) are stored in a spreadsheet for administration purposes. This spreadsheet is stored on the personal computer of the Bulletin’s Postal and Email Distributor, which is protected by a firewall and full anti-virus protection. The spreadsheet is also backed up onto an external hard drive which is kept at the home of the Postal and Email Distributor.
3. CONTROL OVER YOUR DATA
You may ask us at any time to provide details of the personal data we hold for you. Should you do so, proof of identity will be required before we release the information.
If you subscribe to either of our email services, you may unsubscribe at any time by using the unsubscribe from this list link provided at the foot of every email we send you.
If you have the print version of the Bulletin delivered to you by post, you may cancel your subscription at any time and obtain a refund of any outstanding postage costs by contacting the Postal and Email Distributor (details on the back page of every Bulletin).
We will use your information only as set out in this Policy and will not sell, rent or otherwise disclose it to any third party unless required to do so by law.
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6. YOUR CONSENT