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The law is changing. From 25th May 2018, we can only keep you up to date with what's going on at Teens Unite if you give us your permission to do so.

By providing your email address, and clicking the button to "give us your smile", you'll receive regular communication on our latest news, events and campaigns.

You can opt out at any time by emailing info@teensunite.org.

Please specify the areas of interest to you, so we can ensure we send you the relevant information.

 

 

FAQ's

1) What's changing?

The Data Protection Act 1998 is being superceded by new EU legislation called the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). The Act and the Regulations control how organisations use your personal data, making sure that the information is used fairly and lawfully.

2) What does the new regulation do?

The new regulations give individuals more control over how their personal information is used. For anyone who collects personal information, it provides clearer, simpler legal environments to operate in.

3) What is personal information?

Under the new regulation, the definition has been expanded. As well as information such as your name, address, date of birth, and information about your health, it now includes identifiers such as an IP (internet protocol) address and location data, as well as other information like economic, cultural or genetic information.

Please be assured that the only information that Teens Unite would hold about you is contact information, your name address (postal or email), and possibly a telephone number.

4) What does the GDPR mean for me?

Any organisation who you give information about yourself to, must be “transparent” about how they collect your information, what they do with it and how they process it. The new regulation ensures that where you are asked to give your consent for the processing of your information, you give your consent freely. This means that organisations must ensure that you have enough information to understand what you are agreeing to and that you give your consent in a clear and positive way.

5) What are Teens Unite doing?

We are working hard to update and review our privacy policies and notices to make sure you have a clear understanding on how we use your information. We are also looking to update our records to reflect your preferences for how we communicate with you.