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Inclusivity, sustainability and privacy: the evolution of the online user experience
In order to provide services to you, Rich Clicks Ltd (“the Company") collects and processes personal data about you.
When it comes to capturing and using data relating to individuals there are some key legal requirements with which the Company needs to comply. The purpose of this statement is to set out how the Company meets these requirements and to ensure that every individual who provides data to the Company understands the legal basis on which that data is held, what the data is used for, how it is stored and who has access to it.
This policy should be viewed alongside the:
The legislation which details the legal requirements that the Company must follow in relation to data is the General Data Protection Regulation 2016 (“GDPR”).
GDPR is an extensive piece of legislation that seeks to protect the right to privacy of individuals. There are some key terms with which you need to be familiar so as to understand the approach that the Company takes in relation to GDPR. These are:
Within the Company the following roles fulfil duties under this Privacy Statement
GDPR sets out six privacy principles with which the Company must comply. These principles are:
4.1 Purpose Of Limitation
The Company must clearly state the reason that data is being held and can then only process data for that reason. If the Company wants to use the data for a different reason to that for which the data was collected, then the Company must inform the data subject.
4.2 Data Minimisation
The Company must only collect the data that is needed.
The Company must take all reasonable steps to ensure that the data held is accurate.
4.4 Storage Limitation
The Company must only keep the data for as long as it is necessary.
4.5 Integrity and Confidentiality
The Company must take all reasonable steps to ensure that the data held is kept securely and is only shared with people who have a legitimate need to have access to it.
4.6 Lawfulness, fairness and transparency
The Company must have a legal basis for processing data and must be transparent about the data held, why it is held, how it is held, who has access to it and for how long it is retained.
GDPR states that data can only be processed for one of six reasons – consent, contract, legal obligation, vital interests, public task and legitimate interests.
Of these, the reason that the Company holds data relating to the employees and directors of our clients is “contract” and “vital interests”, where contract is defined as “a lawful basis for processing data if a company is required to hold the data to fulfil their contractual obligations”. For those who have engaged with us on social media, through document downloads or have subscribed to our news and updates as potential leads or interested parties in what we do and the information we publish is “consent” and “legitimate interest”.
You, as a data subject, have particular rights under GDPR.
6.1 The right to be informed
You have the right to know what data the Company holds about you, how it is held, what it is used for, who has access to it, how long it is held for, how you can see the data and the legal basis on which the data is held. The Company will meet the obligations under this right through this Privacy Statement and through the additional policies named in the introduction.
6.2 The right of access
You have the right to see the data that the Company holds about you. the Company will meet the obligations under this right through the Subject Access Request Procedure.
6.3 The right to rectification
You have the right to have any errors in the personal data held about you corrected.
6.4 The right to erasure
You have a right to request that personal data is deleted or destroyed where there is no compelling reason for the Company to continue to hold this data. It is important to note that if the Company is required to keep the data to fulfil a legal obligation, then the right to erasure does not exist.
6.5 The right to restrict processing
You have a right to ‘block’ the processing of personal data. This means that the Company can continue to store it but can no long process it. This applies in very specific circumstances and cannot be applied if the restriction would prevent the Company from meeting any obligations under your contract of employment or from meeting a legal obligation.
6.6 The right to data portability
You have a right to move, copy or transfer data from one IT environment to another. This is unlikely to be relevant to the data held by the Company.
6.7 The right to object
You have the right to object to data being processed where the legal basis for that processing is either one of legitimate interest or the performance of a task in the public interest. You can also object if the processing of that data is for direct marketing.
6.8 Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling
You have a right to request that a human be involved in automated decision making. This is unlikely to be applicable in relation to the Company as no automated decision making processes are used.
The Company has adopted the principle of privacy by design and will ensure that the definition and implementation of all new or significantly changed systems (that collect or process personal data) will be subject to due consideration of privacy issues, including the completion of one or more data protection impact assessments.
The data protection impact assessment will include:
A defined role of Data Protection Officer (DPO) is required under the GDPR if an organization is a public authority, if it performs large scale monitoring or if it processes particularly sensitive types of data on a large scale. The DPO is required to have an appropriate level of knowledge and can either be an in-house resource or outsourced to an appropriate service provider.
Based on these criteria, the Company does not require a Data Protection Officer to be appointed.
It is the Company’s policy to be fair and proportionate when considering the actions to be taken to inform affected parties regarding breaches of personal data. In line with the GDPR, where a breach is known to have occurred which is likely to result in a risk to the rights and freedoms of individuals, the relevant Data Protection Authority (DPA) will be informed within 72 hours. This will be managed in accordance with the Data Breach Notification Procedure which sets out the overall process of handling information security incidents.
The following actions are undertaken to ensure that the Company complies at all times with the accountability principle of the GDPR:
We will not pass on your personal data to third parties, with the exception of services that we use to carry out regular business activities, which include:
In these instances data protection agreements are in place with the service providers and information is secured through access control where a username and password is required.
Third Party Processors
Our carefully selected partners and service providers may process personal information about you on our behalf as described below:
Digital Marketing Service Providers
We periodically appoint digital marketing agents to conduct marketing activity on our behalf, such activity may result in the compliant processing of personal information. Our appointed data processors include:
GDPR is new legislation and how the rules are interpreted will continue to evolve. The Company will continue to adopt best endeavors to ensure on-going compliance but any individual who has concerns regarding any of the actions that are taken or feels that they are unclear as to how the Company is complying with elements of the legislation should raise their concerns with the Office Manager. Your concerns will be investigated and responded to within 28 days.
You can request the information we hold on you at any time. To do this you will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Personal Data Request”. We will then send you a form to complete and return to us along with proof of identity (passport, driving license, utility bill, etc.). Once we have received your form and proof of identity we will provide you with the data we hold.
Following us providing you with the information you requested you can should you wish request that we amend information, delete some information or delete you completely.
The data controller and processor for Rich Clicks Ltd is currently:
Name: Simone Luciani
Contact Number: +44 (0)20 70973852
The Biscuit Factory
100 Clements Rd, Bermondsey,
London SE16 4DG
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