Data Retention & Protection

Your Rights:
You can request what data I hold on you, and I reply within 30 days.
You have the ‘right to be forgotten‘; meaning I will delete all existing data I hold on you.

Where your Data is kept:
Your data is in two places: Accounts Folder and Contact Book, both only in electronic format. Accounts Folder and Contact Book will contains Name, Email, Town and/or Area. Contact Book may also include Social Media Profile and/or phone number (if you interact with me this way). The data is also on an encrypted Hard Drive back-up, all of which are password protected. Your data is not stored on the cloud.

Workshop Questionnaires: Longer weekend workshops usually include a questionnaire. This will be seen only by the facilitator/s and will specify a deletion date. All personal information shared is treated as strictly confidential.

Email Contact: If you contact me by email these are stored in my account on my phone and business computer which are synced on the cloud and double password protected.

Who Accesses Data: This information I hold is only accessed by me, Andy.

Data Retention: I keep the amount of data to a minimum and retain it usually for five years before deleting.

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Data Policies of Partners & Associates

MailChimp Mailing List: MailChimp list signup requires a double opt-in setup. Adding first and last name and any other information is optional. All outgoing Mailings contain clear options to unsubscribe and update profile. MailChimp Policy Information: https://mailchimp.com/legal/privacy/

PayPal Payments: Bookings for workshops I facilitate are received from PayPal into my accounting email. PayPal Policy Information: https://www.paypal.com/us/webapps/mpp/ua/upcoming-policies-full

Meetup Social Media: I advertise workshops and events on Meetup. Meetup Policy Information:  https://www.meetup.com/privacy/

Workshops not facilitated by me: please see the facilitator GDPR policy.

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