Privacy Statement and GDPR Compliance
On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaced the previous EU Data Protection Directive. GDPR compliance is an important priority for WILPF, our affiliates, members and outreach audience. We are currently working hard to make our organisation and its digital portals GDPR compliant. We are creating a new privacy statement to reflect the new regulation and our compliance as an organisation.
What can you expect to find in the new privacy statement?
WILPF asks its users for the minimal personal data needed in order to provide our services. Our new privacy statement will provide context and transparency, so our users understand why we ask for information (legal basis for collecting and processing personal data), what we do with it (data handling), how long we keep it (data retention, data deletion) and whom (if at all) we share it with.
Should you have any questions at this point, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org +41 (0) 22 919 70 80
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