Data privacy statement for KCC events attendees
Preservation of your privacy is very important to King's Community Church (referred to throughout this statement as KCC) and we are committed to letting you know why we keep your personal information and how it is used.
Once you have attended a KCC event and filled out a contact card, we will keep some data about you. This is 'personal data' because it is about you as a particular person, and it can be linked to you.
What personal data do we hold?
KCC keeps the data you filled out on the contact form. This records your name and email address.
This is the only data KCC holds about you, we do not get data about you in any other way.
How is your personal data kept secure?
During the event your data will be kept by the event organiser. They will be the only person who has access to it.
After the event your data will be transferred to a password protected computer file and your original card will be destroyed. The only people who have access to the computer files are members of the KCC admin team.
What is your data used for?
Your data is only used for purposes directly relating to KCC.Particularly keeping you up to date with future events you may be interested in.
We will never share your data with third parties for marketing purposes.
Does King's Community Church have a right to your data?
Under data protection legislation KCC needs to have a 'lawful basis' for keeping your data and for using it. There are several types of 'lawful basis', one of them is ''legitimate interests'.
We use your data in order to keep you up to date with any future KCC events you might be interested in. Under data protection legislation these communications are sent to you because you have given KCC your consent to send you information to do with future events. To do this we need to hold data about you. That is why the lawful basis for holding your data is legitimate interests.
Who can see your data?
The only people who have access to your data are the event organiser and members of the admin team. We are as careful as possible to make sure no one else has access to your data.
How long will your data be kept?
We will keep your personal data until you withdraw your consent for us to have it.
Who do you speak to if you have questions?
If you have questions about your data and what we do with it then you should contact Lizzie Stacey (our data protection officer). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and use the subject line 'Data protection enquiry'.
What rights do you have?
You have a number of rights under data protection legislation:
Finally if anything happens to your data that could be a risk to you we will do our best to tell you.