The European Union (EU) Parliament enforced the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in May 2018. The regulation requires that entities based in the EU and or that process the ‘Private Data’ of EU citizens (data subjects), are more accountable for how private data is acquired and held.
SRM Youth Watch has staff who operate from different countries around the world, including the EU and communicate with data subjects that reside in the EU. Therefore, due to the increased ‘territorial Scope (extraterritorial applicability)’ of the regulation, the Initiative must comply with GDPR in addition to other data protection laws.
SRM Youth Watch takes its responsibility to comply with data privacy and protection seriously and would like to confirm the following in this privacy statement.
SRM Youth Watch would like to assure you that all the information we provide to you comes directly from a member of the SRM Youth Watch Initiative and no other third party.
All the information that we collect from you in this context, is intended to transfer relevant data, which may include your name and the name of your organisation, together with your postal address, telephone number and e-mail address; if these have been stored in our systems it is to be used solely to communicate with you about interests, engagements, and areas of our work.
Please note, that your data will not be transferred or shared with any unrelated third parties and will only be used in the manner in which it has been used in the past.
To continue to hear from the SRM Youth Watch about our work, we would need you to provide consent for us to use your private data.
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