Data is collected by the Community Administrator, Anthony Hodges Consulting Ltd (AHC). The Data Controller is AHC who can be contacted at:
As a member you provide your:
(We suggest that you use your work email address, subject to your own company policy.)
The legal basis for processing community member data is contractual. For anyone wishing to apply to become a member the legal basis for processing their data is legitimate use.
Your data is stored on AHC's UK servers and, in the case of website analytics cookies, by Matamo. We will not transfer your data outside the EEA.
Your data is used to enable us to contact you for an initial welcome and community tour, maintain personal contact and provide email alerts to any feeds you subscribe to. The email address is also used for weekly newsletters from the site administration team at AHC. You may unsubscribe from these emails at any time either from the link at the bottom of the email or by contacting the administrator. In addition we store this data for the legitimate purposes of administrating the community websites including to verify your identity.
We process the personal data listed above for the following purposes:
We require this information in order to enter into a contract with you and are unable to do so without it;
Your data will be stored for the duration of your membership plus a further eighteen months if/when your membership has expired. We are also required to retain certain information as required by law or for as long as is reasonably necessary to meet regulatory requirements, resolve disputes, prevent fraud and abuse, or enforce our terms and conditions.
As a data subject, you have a number of rights. You can:
If you would like to know more about how we administrate your data, or for any other queries, please contact your Community Administrator at email@example.com
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As part of a wider review of data protection policies for EU citizens a new Cookie Law was introduced in May 2011 - effective from May 2012 in the UK. Previously cookies could be used as long as there was a way for the user to opt out. The new law basically means that from May 2012 no cookies can be placed on your machine without your consent. This means the new law is more pro-active.