What is GDPR?
On 25 May 2018 the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force (this includes the United Kingdom regardless of its decision to leave the EU) and will impact each and every organisation that holds or processes personal data.
It introduces new responsibilities, including the need to demonstrate compliance, more stringent enforcement and a significant increase in penalties compared to the current Data Protection Act (DPA) that it will supersede.
In simple terms, individuals will now have greater say over how, why, where and when their personal data is gathered, processed and disposed of. Any organisation that works with EU residents’ personal data in any manner, irrespective of location, has obligations to protect the data.
If you hold and process personal information about clients, staff or suppliers, you are legally obliged to protect that information.
Rolls-Royce Wedding is committed to the security of our customers’ data by adhering to the requirements of the EU GDPR.
We only use private personal data that is needed to maintain a working relationship with clients. Data is never shared with third parties for sales or marketing. Data is only held for as long as it is needed. Rolls-Royce Wedding does not keep or store any personal data for marketing purposes. If you contact us via our contact form, your information is held on a secure SSL server until such time as your data is no longer needed for business purposes, after which your private data and enquiry details will be deleted.
It is Rolls-Royce Wedding’s responsibility to protect any private and personal data that we hold in a secure manner.
It is the right of every individual to request that data is retained, deleted or changed as you wish. You can request to see any data we hold on you by contacting us.
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