The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) that came into force on 25th May 2018 requires that all businesses issue a privacy statement to all clients and contacts, regarding the data held about the individual.
1. Chris Nichols Music is the BUSINESS name that holds your data.
2. Data Held
2.1. I hold personal contact information as well as information about each student’s music education, e.g. progress, objectives and exam results. I only hold the data needed to offer you the services you engage me to provide, with the exception of exam data which I reserve the right to keep indefinitely unless explicitly requested to delete.
3. What I do with it
3.1. Contact information is used for scheduling, invoicing, record keeping and communicating my services with my students.
3.2. Some information will be shared with examination boards if you wish to enter for exams.
3.3. No other data will be shared unless there is a legal obligation to do so.
3.4. All reasonable steps are taken to ensure your data is processed and stored securely such as password protected digital means and cloud services (i.e. Google Drive).
4. How long your data is stored
4.1 Your data is stored for as long as you are a student with me and will be deleted within one year of lessons being discontinued.
5. Individual Rights to the Data Held
5.1. If you wish to change or delete the information I hold about you, or if you have any concerns about your data, please contact me directly on email@example.com
5.2. You have additional rights regarding the data stored about you. You can read about them on the Information Commissioner’s Office website.
6. Reporting a breach of rights or security
6.1. If you believe your data rights or security have been breached, please contact me immediately.
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