The Harberton Folk website
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Definition: Harberton Folk / We / Us / John Culf - are synonymous in the following.
The General Data Protection Regulation 2016 (GDPR)
Harberton Folk recognises that your privacy is important to you, and that you care about how your information is used and shared. We respect and value the privacy of those who are on our emailing list. We will only collect and use your information in ways that are helpful to you, are consistent with your rights and, as best we can, which meet our own obligations under the law.
1. What data do we collect?
The only data we keep is what you have voluntarily given to us, either when you subscribed via our website, or when you asked for your details to be added to our emailing list. We keep only the following information about you:
• Your name
• Your email address
2. How do we use your data?
We use your data in order to send you information by email from time to time about folk events happening across our coverage area as defined on our website, and occasionally a little further afield.
3. How and when do we store your data?
• We only keep your data for as long as we need to, so we can use it as described in section 2.
4. Do we share your data?
We never have shared, nor ever will share, your data with anyone else.
5. How can you access your data?
You have a legal right to ask for a copy of any of your personal data held by us. If you wish to withdraw your consent for us to hold your information you can use the Unsubscribe link at the foot of any email you receive from us, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will delete it. This will mean that you will no longer get information from us!
6. Contacting us
If you have any questions, please contact: John Culf by email at email@example.com.