Implementation date: December 2017
Charity no. 281867
- The Bible League Trust takes very seriously the collection, storage and management of your
- We collect your personal data in order to be able to send out copies of the Bible League Quarterly to which you have subscribed.
- We store your data on a password protected computer, to which only the Secretary and a nominated Trustee has access.
- Paper documents which have your data on, are securely kept in a locked filing cabinet. Only the secretary and a nominated Trustee has access to this.
- We only keep your data for as long as you are a subscriber.
- If there comes a point when you no longer give permission for us to have your data, files will be deleted, and paper records securely destroyed.
- We do not pass on your details to any third party organisation.
- We will use your data only for the reasons that you have indicated.
- If you give us permission we will contact you with information about Bible League Meetings.
- You can request at any time to have your contact preferences altered or removed.
- You can request at any time details of your data that we hold.
- You can expect that if such a request is made we will take reasonable steps to check the identity of the person requesting this information.
- From time to time we will contact our subscribers checking that they are happy about their current personal data preferences. If we do not hear from you, then we will continue with the last known preference.
- If you receive the Bible League Quarterly (BLQ) as a gift subscription, it is because a friend / acquaintance has provided us with your details. The first copy of the BLQ that you receive will have a form about your data preferences. If we do not hear from you, we will assume that you are happy and the magazine will be sent, and your data securely stored
- If you have any questions relating to your data and its storage, then please make contact with us at the Bible League Trust.
- This policy will be reviewed on an Annual Basis or sooner as legislation dictates.
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