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Data protection

... how we comply with data protection legislation

Contact details and consents

Please complete this form to confirm the means by which we can contact you. Ensure you include an e-mail address so we can respond to this form.


E-mail address*:

Phone number:

Postal address:

Any further information::

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Please note: we hold your information securely, only use it for the intended purpose and do not pass your details on to any third parties

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Existing data protection legislation has been tightened up with the introduction of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in May 2018.

All organisations that process personal information (names, contact details, etc.) have to comply - even small voluntary associations.  Under the regulations, organisations need to:

  • Explain why they collect personal data and how long they retain it
  • Only use it for that purpose or others the person consents to
  • Gain positive consent to collect, store and process personal data
  • Gain a separate consent if appropriate for each medium they wish to use to communicate (e-mail, phone, post)
  • Make it easy for people to find out what personal data they store on them and change or delete it.

This form is designed to facilitate compliance by collecting consents.

 Digital Fife is supported by Fife Council and the voluntary sector. Cookies are not used on this site to store personal information or track users. 
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