Formal notice and policy
This section is the formal notice we are required to provide under the General Data Protection Regulations.
Who we are
We process personal data in order to deliver a safe and effective programme of events.
Lawful bases for processing
Depending on the circumstances, there are several applicable lawful bases for processing. These include:
- Legal obligation
- Vital interests
- Legitimate interests
Our legitimate interests
Our interests are in delivering a safe and effective programme of events. Further, as a charity subsidiary, our interests are the public good, and raising funds.
Personal data categories
We collect personal data in various categories depending on the circumstances. The typical categories are:
- Basic details (name, address, etc.)
- Contact information
- Social media inforamation
- Organisational affiliations
Sharing of data
We share data with a variety of organisations in order to effectively carry out our work. The primary sharing partner is Pride Glasgow (SCIO), our parent charity. Any data shared is controlled via contracts or memorandums of understanding.
Any sharing out-with the EU is constrained by the same standards of security as it would be within the EU, to the maximum extent permitted by law.
Retention of data
We retain personal data indefinitely.
- You have certain rights with regard to your data under legislation. You can find out more here.
- Depending on the circumstances, you may have the right to withdraw consent for our processing of your data.
- If you feel your rights have been infringed, you are encouraged to contact us directly.
- You also have certain rights to complain to our supervising authority, the Information Commissioners Office.
- The vast majority of data we process is supplied directly to us from the data subjects.
- We also receive data from our parent charity.
- On occasion we may receive data from other sources.
- You are unlikely to have any statutory obligations to provide us with data.
- You may have contractual obligations to provide us with data, particularly if you are a volunteer, supplier or event attendee.
Automated decision making
We do not routinely use automated decision making technology.