The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25th May 2018 and under this you now have the following additional rights to those in the Data Protection Act 1998:
To withdraw consent for us to store/use your personal data
To require us to erase all personal information
To require us to restrict or object to specific data processing activities
To request that you receive a copy of all personal information you have given and which we hold about you.
Use and storage of your personal information
The NGO ET have gained your personal details directly from yourself if you have registered to receive information or raised any concerns/queries directly with us via our contact page email.
The data we hold could include the following:
Individuals Name, Address, Telephone Numbers, Email Addresses
Business Name, Contacts, Address, Telephone Numbers, Email Addresses
What we might use your information for
The NGO ET may store and use your personal information for the following:
Communicate with you about your interest in our products, our work, policies, claims and including responding to your enquiries
Fulfil our obligations owed to any relevant regulator, tax authority or revenue service
Who we share your data with
The NGO ET will never share or sell your details to any third-party companies. The NGO ET where relevant may only share your information with the following:
Third party service providers who support our organisation, such as National Gamekeepers Organisation.
Regulators and law enforcement agencies including HMRC, Police and Financial Conduct Authority or any other relevant authority who may have jurisdiction.
How long your information is kept
We will retain your personal data on our records for a period of time and this will either be archived, deleted or anonymised. If you have any questions in relation to retention of your personal data please do not hesitate to contact us.
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If you wish to learn more about cookies and their uses then here is a valuable source of information: All About Cookies
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If you are not satisfied with how we are holding or processing your personal information, would like to remove or check any data that we have on our records then please contact us.