General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

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Re: General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

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mag41uk wrote:At my HO club so far we have one member who has refused to agree to this.
He will lose his membership and everything that entails.
There isn't anything new - details wise - that will have changed.
What was their reason? No club can have members who refuse consent simply because the HO requires certain data is kept and where necessary, communicated to the police.
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#22 Post by shugie »

Meeting legal requirements is a reason to process personal data that may not require positive consent.
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I've spent over an hour doing mandatory training for work on the GDPR... managed 100% in the test and I now have a certificate....

I have also sent a reply to Full-bore to say that I want to remain a member...
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for some reason i use my work email on here, and I cant change it in user settings, but I have replied
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bradaz11 wrote:for some reason i use my work email on here, and I cant change it in user settings, but I have replied
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#26 Post by Ovenpaa »

shugie wrote:Meeting legal requirements is a reason to process personal data that may not require positive consent.
Yes, a good example is an RFD register, as a customer this is something you cannot opt out of.
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It says I am not allowed to change it
I can do it for you, email me at admin(at)full-bore.co.uk or PM me.
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