This is less of a big deal than it might seem. What it simply comes down to is that we keep your data under strict lock and key. With this come two guarantees: first, we won't ever bother you with unsolicited information and secondly, the data you share with us will be guarded with our lives.
Processing: any operation or set of operations which is performed upon personal data, including at least, the collection, recording, organisation, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or any other form of making available, alignment or combination, with each associate, blocking, erasure or destruction.
Proof: any structured set of personal data, whether or not this data is centralised or dispersed on a functional or geographical basis that is accessible according to specific criteria and relates to different persons.
Consent: any freely given specific and informed indication of his wishes, by which the data subject signifies his personal data are processed.
The Data Protection Act (DPA)
Since 1st September 2001, the Personal Data Protection Act (DPA) has been in force. This law specifies the rights of a person whose data are used and the obligations of agencies or companies that use data. The Data Protection Act also applies to data processed via the website of the srprs.me. This means that personal data that are collected, stored, used, or in any other form made available, together with associated data are protected under this law.
What is personal information?
Personal data is defined as information that can be traced to an “identified or identifiable natural person”. This means that the name of a person to whom the information relates is known, or that the person can be identified. An example of personal data is, a name of a person or a home address, also e-mail addresses can be personal.
How does srprs.me deal with your personal information?
Your data will be looked after in a proper and careful manner in accordance with the DPA process. This means that in some instances we will ask your permission for the processing of your personal data. Furthermore, your personal information will only be used when you offer your consent. This means that if you give your name and address, and consent that you wish to receive certain information, these data can not be used to send you any other information (except as indicated).