CDTTA Data Protection Policy
This is the Data Protection Policy for members of the Colin Deaton Table Tennis Academy (CDTTA), applicable from 25th May 2018.
What is the GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulates how your personal data is collected, processed and stored. GDPR gives you certain rights and gives you more control over how your personal data is used.
How is consent given under the GDPR?
We will only collect, process and store your personal data if you have given consent. Parental consent must be given for children under the age of 16. Consent is given on the CDTTA Membership Form.
What personal data will we collect?
Personal data is any data which can be used to identify you.
We will collect the following personal data: -
· Full name and home address
· Date of birth and gender
· Contact details including email address, home and mobile telephone numbers
· Emergency contact details
· Any relevant medical information (optional)
· Table Tennis England Membership Number (if applicable)
How will we process data under the GDPR? The right to be informed.
Your personal data will not be given to a third party. Your personal data will be used to maintain membership records or in a medical emergency and your contact details, usually your email address, will be used to inform you of relevant table tennis news. You may withdraw your consent to receive emails whenever you want by contacting CDTTA. We will retain your personal data until you are no longer a member of CDTTA.
How do I view and amend my personal information held by CDTTA? The rights of access and rectification.
You can view your personal information held on the CDTTA database by contacting CDTTA. You can request that inaccurate or misleading data stored about you is corrected, or missing details are added.
How do I request the deletion of my personal information? The rights to be forgotten and to object.
You have the right to have your personal data deleted if it's no longer necessary to hold your personal data in the CDTTA membership records. You can also demand that your data is erased if you've withdrawn your consent for your data to be collected, or object to the way it is being processed.
How can you contact CDTTA?
You can contact CDTTA by using the Contact Form on the CDTTA website at www.cdtta.co.uk
15th May 2018
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