From 25th May 2018, the EU GDPR regulations come into affect across the United Kingdom and the rest of the EU. Full details can be found here.
The new regulations have been made with the core aim of upgrading the current data protection laws and giving individuals improved rights over what companies and other individuals are allowed to do with their personal data.
As a data controller and processer, West Herts Cricket Club will comply with all areas in the regulation, and as such we require you to understand and agree consent to the use of your information as our "data subject".
Our current data controllers at West Herts Cricket Club (those with admin access to your information) are:
Andrew Jackson, Craig Sanders, David Biggs, Dennis Lock, Duncan Kendal, George Mills, Ian Gurney, Jas Sanghera, Jim Sanghera, Mihir Shah, Richard Mason, Tom Gilthorpe, Vipul Khurana, Zafferabbas Mukhtar, Trevor Sturgess, Kris Nissen
The enhanced data subject rights are highlighted below.
When you register online, ask us a question or provide feedback, West Herts Cricket Club requires you to provide certain information, such as your contact details. This allows us to keep a user profile so that we may customise preferences to you and each specific user, as well as provide a faster method for you and other users to submit information to us and receive back the information desired.
We gather this information for our own use in order to understand your requirement, respond to your query and occasionally notify you about important changes to the site, new features and services, and special offers we think you will find useful. Our policy is to comply with the provisions of GDPR.
The only time we will share information with third parties is in an aggregate form to our advertisers and strategic partners. These statistics will not include any information that can be used to identify you personally. If you can be identified from the information to be passed, we will first notify you and obtain your permission. At no point will West Herts Cricket Club rent, sell or otherwise provide personally identifiable information about you and your account to anyone other party. However, in the event that West Herts Cricket Club is incorporated into another club, your details may be disclosed to that club as part of the handover.
At West Herts CC we are committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. The policy below explains how we use the information we collect about you and the procedures that we have in place to protect your privacy. By registering or submitting your information to us, you agree to the use of that information as set out below. If we change our policy we will post the changes on this page - therefore we recommend that you check this page whenever you revisit the site.
Our website is secured to ensure that any information you provide is not unlawfully processed. Your registration details are contained behind secured networks and are only accessible by a limited number of persons who have special access rights to our system and who are obligated to keep the information confidential.
Unfortunately, West Herts CC cannot guarantee the security of any data you disclose online and can only be held responsible for the breach of security where West Herts CC has been negligent. The internet is not a totally secure channel, therefore please accept the implications of using the internet and providing information online.
Our website links to other websites. However, when you choose any of these websites, we have no control over and accept no responsibility in the material on these sites not controlled by West Herts CC. The links do not mean that we approve the linked site or any material, products or services on other sites. You agree that we will never be held responsible or liable for any loss or damage, personal injury or death caused (or alleged to have been caused) by use of dependence on any linked site or dealings with advertisers. We are also not responsible for the use of any information you provide them.
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