We take your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information to administer your account and to provide the products and services you have requested from us. We will never sell, share or use your personal information other than as described here.
Who We Are And How To Contact Us East Birmingham Baptist Chapel is a trading name of East Birmingham Baptist Chapel that is registered in England and is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office under the Data Protection Act 1998. The data protection officer is: Ashlie Gillit. You can get in touch with us in any of the following ways: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 07897 700890 Website: eastbirmingham.org.uk Post: 240 Spring Road, Tyseley, Birmingham B11 3DW
How to change your preferences You can visit the East Birmingham Baptist Chapel website (eastbirmingham.org.uk) to contact us to change your preferences at anytime. Or submit a request to email@example.com with your desired changes to your data on file. You can also use this form to opt in or out of different processing activities such as marketing, updates, newsletters, and event invitations. If you have provided consent, we may also conduct profiling on information we hold to show you relevant materials and events near you. You may use this form at any time to withdraw your consent for any of these activities. We will do our best to honor your request within 20 days, and if we cannot, we will explain why. If you feel we have not honored your request, it is within your rights to contact a supervising authority.
How we operate We operate in line with EU GDPR (May 2018) data protection guidelines. We are committed to maintaining your personal rights and allow all users to change or withdraw their opt-in options at anytime. We will also advise you on how to complain to the relevant authorities, namely the Information Commissioner’s Office.
What this policy applies to This section describes the lawful basis for processing your data and applies to the information about yourself that you choose to provide us with or that you allow us to collect. This includes (as a customer): Information you provide during the registration process Information you provide in the form of number data, messages or meta-data Information we collect about how you use the website Information relating to purchases and other transactions Information given and stored as part of our ongoing relationship
Our Policy on Children We appreciate the importance of taking additional measures to protect children’s privacy. Our services at the East Birmingham Baptist Chapel are not directed to solicit the information from children under the age of 16. We do not knowingly collect any personal data from children or other individuals who are not legally able to use our services. If we learn that we have collected the personal information of a child under the age of 16, we will take steps to delete the information as soon as possible, unless we are legally obligated to retain such data. Parents who believe that their child has submitted personal information to us and would like to have it deleted may contact the Data Protection Officer.
Opting out at a later date Once you have given your consent, you can amend or withdraw your consent at anytime. You can also choose to object to processing at anytime. We respect all user rights as defined in GDPR. If you have any comments or wish to complain please contact us anytime.
How we store and process your data Your account data will be collected, stored and processed in the UK only. Your data will be stored for [7 years] after your last recorded login attempt. In order to provide updates and offers that may be of interest to you we use recognised third parties to take payment, manage our company accounts and provide banking services. We will store transactions, payment and order data for up to 7 years or for as long as required by UK financial and company regulations. We will also use third party database managing software to facilitate our services to you. These third party services are software such as Breeze Church Management Systems, Google Drive, and other cloud-based data management services. These third parties may operate outside the EU Our obligations We are a data controller. In relation to the information that you provide to us, we are legally responsible for how that information is handled. We will comply with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the GDPR (2018) in the way we use and share your personal data. Among other things, this means that we will only use your personal data: Fairly and lawfully As set out in the legislation and this policy To the extent necessary for these purposes We will process your personal data ourselves as the data processor. We will take reasonable precautions to safeguard the personal information that you supply. East Birmingham Baptist Chapel may from time to time use your information for marketing, account management or relationship management purposes. The main purpose of this is to provide you with information about goods and services which we think may be of interest to you and/or to maintain any existing relationship we may have with you.
Third Parties Your data is not shared with any third parties other than as previously described under "How we store and process your date": We will also use third party database managing software to facilitate our services to you. These third party services are software such as breeze church management systems, Google drive, and other cloud based data management services. These third parties may operate outside the EU Security We will report any breaches or potential breaches to the appropriate authorities within 24 hours and to anyone affected by a breach within 72 hours. If you have any queries or concerns about your data usage please contact us.
Legitimate Interests Under the Data Protection Act, we are also permitted to share some information with third parties who use such data for non-marketing purposes (including credit and risk assessment and management, identification and fraud prevention, debt collection and returning assets to you).
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