Computer Law Training – Privacy Notice for Direct Marketing
As data controller, Tim Musson t/a Computer Law Training is processing the following items of your personal data:
- Email address
- Approx size of charity (number of employees)
- Role: either senior decision maker or HR management
We are processing this data for the purpose of direct marketing to your employer and our legal basis is legitimate interests, for which we have carried out an assessment. We believe that the nature of our training services is such that your employer is likely to have an interest them and that you are an appropriate contact person in the organisation. We will not process your personal data for any other purpose.
Your personal data was obtained from a provider of B2B marketing lists whose name can be provided on request.
Your data is processed on our behalf by an email marketing provider that stores your data in the USA. They have provided us with an appropriate Data Processing Addendum and we have carried out a Transfer Impact Assessment using the ICO’s tool. Your data will not be shared with any other organisation unless we are legally required to do so.
If you do not reply to our emails, we will cease processing your data after 12 months. If you unsubscribe by clicking on the link in one of our emails, we will cease processing your data except for keeping your name and email address on a suppression list to ensure that we do not accidentally add you back into our marketing list. At your request we will also remove you from our suppression list, but this could leave you at risk of your details being added back into our list at some point.
Under the UK General Data Protection Regulation, you have the:
- Right of access
- Right to rectification
- Right to erasure
- Right to restriction
- Right to object
If you have any concerns about our processing of your personal data or if you wish to exercise any of your data subject rights, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are not satisfied by our response you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Last updated: 14th March 2023