GDPR documentation


(Louise Triance) #1

I know there is already a conversation about GDPR here but this is slightly different.

I wondered if anyone was up for sharing their Privacy Policy and/or GDPR documentation.

Two events companies in my field of work have asked if they can see mine (as they work on their own) but I’m not sure they are totally up to scratch yet!!

If you would be happy to share your thoughts with me (maybe offline?) that’d be fab.

Louise


(Dewi) #2

This is my website privacy policy which needs to be updated soon http://www.dewieirig.cymru/privacy-policy/

It’s a copy and paste from a template supplied by NI Business https://www.nibusinessinfo.co.uk/


(Melissa Saunders) #3

Hi Louise, I’ve been looking at these:
https://www.excel.london/privacy-policy
https://www.newscientist.com/in9-privacy-policy/
https://www.johnlewis.com/customer-services/shopping-with-us/privacy-notice
http://www.brandevents.co.uk/privacy-policy

Hope that helps.


(Louise Triance) #4

Thanks - I am sure I can get inspiration myself from a couple of those


(Claire Dibben) #5

Hi Louise, I was wondering about this too and didn’t know if you or others might have thoughts on the following:

  • Do you put a link to your privacy policy on the registration form for your events?
  • Is it GDPR compliant to get people to check a box to say they have read the privacy notice so that they see how we use their data?
  • Should we include a note about photographs at events in the privacy policy?

It’s a bit of a minefield… @MelissaJane do you know if there was anything organised for a Q&a with a GDPR expert?


(Louise Triance) #6

Do you put a link to your privacy policy on the registration form for your events?
Yes I do. I put it on the registration form and then also on the confirmation email.