Relevant Legislation This website is designed to comply with the following national and International legislation with regard to Data Protection Legislation UK Data Protection Act 1988 (DPA) EU General Data Protection Regulations 2018 (GDPR)
Personal Information That This Website Collects And Why We Collect It This website collects and uses personal information for site visitation tracking. Like most websites, this site uses Google Analytics to track user interaction. Google do not grant The Louth MG Owners Club access to any personal information or data.
Contact Forms and Email Links Should you choose to contact us using the online contact form, none of the data that you supply will be stored by this website or be passed to / be processed by any third party.
How We Store Personal Information We do not store any personal information or data on this website.
Data Breaches We will report any unlawful data breach of this websites database or the database of our third party data processors to any and all relevant persons and authorities within 72 hours of the breach being identified if it is apparent that personal data stored in an identifiable manner has been stolen.
Policy Changes Log All policy changes and dates will be listed below
G Crawforth Secretary Louth MG Owners Club
Subject Data Access Request Policy
An individual who makes a VALID Subject Data Access Request is entitled to be
Told whether their personal data is being processed. Given a description of the personal data, reason for processing and whether it has been shared with any organisation or person. Given details of the source of the data. Given a copy of the information comprising the data.
Individuals are entitled only to their own personal data and not to any information relating to other people unless they are acting on behalf of that person. In these circumstances written consent will be required.
The Louth MG Owners Club may not be able to release some information which is exempt from a data subject access request. This includes.
Personal data where disclosure could prejudice the prevention or detection of crime. Personal data identifying another person (third Party) whose details cannot be disclosed without their permission.
How to Make a Request
In order to make a valid subject data access request a clear written request be letter or email. Proof of identification may be requested to ensure that the personal information requested is provided to the right person.
All requests will be dealt with within one month. Requests that are manifestly unfounded or excessive can be refused. If a request is refused, then the individual will be told the reason and they will have the right to complaints the supervisory authority and judicial remedy.