You may have heard about the GDPR (The General Data Protection Regulation), which is a positive and welcomed change to how websites handle your data and protect your online privacy. Here at Milton Keynes Inspiration Awards, we take your privacy seriously and we would like to inform you that we are GDPR compliant.
• What data is collected and stored by us
• How we use this data
• Where this data is stored
• Technical security
• How you can edit your data
• How you can choose what communication you receive from us
We thank you
How we handle any personal data you give us
When you subscribe to Milton Keynes Inspiration Awards we want you to know exactly what happens with your data, so you can have complete confidence in being one of our valued and much loved members.
The information that we request from you is for one purpose only, to improve your experience and help you get the most from being a member of and to use our platform in a business to business way with your peers. To give you even more peace of mind, we look after your data in the right way and never share it with any 3rd parties.
What data do we collect?
This list includes some mandatory data which we request from you, in addition to optional data which you can enter into your account if you would like others to know more about your professional abilities.
• Name and/or company name
• Email address
• Date of birth (parental or legal guardian consent is required for any user under 16 years old)
• Details of payments made through our site, reviews, comments etc
• Phone number
• Social media links
Which providers do we share your data with?
Companies we use to connect with to provide services through our website. Which 3rd parties do we share your data with?
We do not share your data with any third parties, unless we have your permission or are required by law to do so.
How long do we keep your data?
Your data will be kept as long as you are a user of our site and have not requested that your account and data to be erased.
Where is it stored?
All data is stored on our secure servers
Do we have lawful reasons why we need this data?
The lawful reasons why we need this data are legitimate interests pursued by the company, as established by the GDPR (Article 6).
What do we do with this information?
Provide a high quality and ultimately useful user experience throughout our site and email communication
We will report any data breaches and security issues to the data protection authority within 72 hours of discovery. We will also notify by email any users who are directly affected by this breach.
How you can control the use and display of your information?
All data that we gather is used to give you and other users the best possible experience on our website.
You have the right to edit or erase certain information about you on your account, but this may result in our site being less useful for you.
You have the right for your account and information about you to be erased from our site.
You can request to see details of any personal information which we hold about you. If you would like to see this information, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will need to provide proof of your identity and we may charge a fee to provide this information. Requests of information will take up to 30 days.