While Sound Vault was still live, the following Privacy Notice/Statement had been adopted. However, since the project is no longer live, data is no longer held, or collected.
Sound Vault is committed to protecting your privacy and complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which comes into force on 25th May, 2018.
This policy explains how and why we collect your personal data, how it is held, and how it is used.
Personal data we collect:
We only collect the following information where it is given direct by you, either at an event you have attended, or in response to something you have seen online. We hold the following information.
- Your name;
- Your telephone and or mobile phone number, if you have provided it;
- Your email address;
- Your address, if you have provided it.
How we use personal data:
We use this information to keep you updated about ways to get involved with Sound Vault’s activities, and to let you know about our forthcoming shows and other promotional activity which supports our community work, such as through a newsletter.
Sharing your personal data:
We do not share your personal data with anyone else, unless, for example, you ask us to put you in touch with another member of the Sound Vault team.
Security and your data:
Data is held within Sound Vault’s Google account (password protected access to Google contacts), and in a password protected Mailchimp account for distribution of our newsletter.
Children, young people and their data:
Only children aged 13 years or over are able to provide their own consent for providing personal data. As a matter of policy any data we hold in order to keep in touch with supporters aged 16 years and under will always have been provided with parental consent.
You have the right to:-
- See the information we hold about you;
- Ask for it to be amended or corrected;
- Ask for the information to be deleted.
You can do this by contacting:
Paul Simpson, Editor, Sound Vault.
Telephone: 07711 055014