We’re committed to keeping your personal data safe and protecting any information that we hold. This statement is designed to set out how we collect, use and store any personal information for your peace of mind.
A few formal terms are used here, including:
Your Personal Information
How we might use your information
One Step Borders will not share your information with any third-party organisation, except with a trusted organisation that is working on our behalf. For example, PayPal, who store your card details when you make a donation to us. We won’t share any of your sensitive information with parents, teachers or schools unless you’ve given us express permission.
Legal disclaimer: if required to do so by law, we may disclose your information.
How long we will store your personal data for
We will only keep your information for as long as it is necessary to the relevant activity. For example, we will only keep information about you for 5 years after you exit the service.
How we keep your information safe
We work hard to keep any stored information about you secure, whether in paper or digital form. We accept that it is our responsibility to protect your personal data from misuse, loss and wrong alterations.
If you make a donation, PayPal is responsible for keeping your card details safe.
We take your rights very seriously, therefore we encourage you to understand them and exercise them if you would like to, for example by requesting access to the information we have about you.
These rights comply with the guidelines set out by the GDPR. If you want more information about this, please look at the ICO’s website https://ico.org.uk
You have the right to:
1. Access any personal information we hold about you – this means we will give you a copy of all the data, along with information about how we use and store it, why we need it, how long we will keep it for and who we share it with.
2. Object to us processing your information – if you feel we are using your data incorrectly or that it we’ve used it differently to how we’ve set it out in this policy, please let us know.
3. Consent or withdraw consent – we won’t process your data without you allowing it. If you wish to stop allowing us access to your data, please let us know.
4. Erasure – we will erase all personal information we have about you if you withdraw consent for us to access it, if we no longer need to use it or if there isn’t a legal reason for us to keep it.
5. Ask us to edit your personal information – if you feel we’ve got data that is wrong or incomplete, please ask us to make any changes.
6. Portability – this means that if you wish for us to contact a third-party organisation, we will transfer the personal information you’ve given us, with your permission.
7. Ask us to restrict the use of your personal data – if you want to object or erase any of your data, you can also ask us not to use any of your information in the future.
8. Non-automated decisions about your data – this means that any information we store about you can’t be processed automatically by computers. Instead a real-life human brain needs to make any decisions about processing your information.
If you want to know more or have any issues with the information we hold, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org