Fair Housing for Frome (FHfF) is committed to protecting your personal information and being transparent about what we do with it. We will only collect and use your personal information in accordance with all applicable data protection laws, and we will not to do anything with your information that you wouldn’t reasonably expect.
As a person who has asked to receive information from us we may hold information about you that is called ‘personal data’. This is information which identifies you or from which you can be identified. Before we can obtain and use any of your personal data we must make you aware of the following information.
Who is the Data Controller?
FHfF is the Data Controller – we hold your data and decide what to collect and how it will be used. We will make sure that any personal data we hold is lawfully collected and used. The most probable source of this data was from you at our request.
How will my personal data be protected?
We have a duty to protect your personal data which we take very seriously. We will store your personal data on a password protected electronic database with anti-virus protection. Only designated staff and trustees of FHfF have access to this.
How will we use your personal data?
FHfF will use your personal data to provide information and help services such as providing information about events, and items of mutual interest.
We hold and process this data on the legal basis of legitimate interest: i.e. we process your personal data in order in order to provide you with these services and to fulfil the helpful objectives.
What will we not do with your personal data?
We are not permitted to use your personal data for any purpose which does not fit in with the reason why we obtained it in the first place.
We will not pass your information to third parties, and we will never disclose your personal data to anyone for sales or marketing purposes.
How long will you retain my personal data?
We will continue to retain your personal data whilst we are providing you with services relating to our objects as an organisation or until FHfF ceases as an organisation.
What are my rights?
You have rights concerning your personal data such as the right to have access to it, the right to withdraw your consent to its use, its rectification, the right to object to its use and the right to request its erasure.
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