Breaking Barriers Community Arts – GDPR Privacy Notice
Who is collecting the data?
Breaking Barriers Community Arts (BBCA)
What data is being collected?
Name and contact details and the level of permission granted to share the stories. NB: BBCA will never share personal data.
What is the legal basis for processing the data?
Legitimate Interest – permission is granted by the participant and a record is maintained to illustrate that BBCA retains that legal authority.
How is the data stored?
Personal data could be information which is held on a computer or in a paper record.
Will the data be shared with any third parties?
BBCA will never sell, share or otherwise disseminate personal data with a third party. If a subsequent project or showing is proposed that might be of interest to the participant we will always contact them first to ask if they wish to be put in touch with the third party.
How will the information be used?
To substantiate our authority to share the stories.
How will the information be kept secure?
Only two, authorised personnel have access to the information. The paper records are in a cupboard in a locked office and the computer system is password protected.
For how long will the data be stored?
As long as the archive of stories is retained.
What rights does the data subject have?
You can obtain a copy of your personal data held by BBCA. You can ask for incorrect data to be rectified. A request should be made in writing and BBCA will respond within one month. You can withdraw permission to share the stories and ask to have your data removed. If the latter is requested the story will have to be deleted from BBCA systems and no further copies will be made.
How can the data subject raise a complaint?
By contacting BBCA:
Address: Breaking Barriers Community Arts
Llanhilleth Miners Institute
Phone: 01495 420488
Or by using the ‘Contact Us’ form: