Our compliance to changes to GDPR
by Salem Admin
At Salem International Christian Center (SICC), we are committed to maintaining the trust and confidence of our church members and visitors.
Types of Data Collected
The type of personal data that we collect from you includes your name, title, phone number, email address, or mailing address.
How We Use The Data We Collect
We use the information that we collect or have been provided with in a variety of ways to enable us to keep you updated with church activities and to communicate with you.
This website may include relevant hyperlinks to external websites not controlled by SICC. Whilst all reasonable care has been exercised in selecting and providing any such links, you are advised to exercise caution before clicking any external links. We cannot guarantee the ongoing suitability of external links, nor do we continually verify the safety or security of the contents which may be provided to you. You are advised, therefore, that your use of external links is at your own risk and we cannot be responsible for any damages or consequences caused by your use of them.
Our legal basis for using Personal Data
We use personal data provided by our members and visitors to our church to meet their requests for information from us.
We use personal data in order to comply with our legal obligations and/or where we have a legitimate interest in doing so.
We may use personal data in other ways too but only if this has been agreed by you.
Can I Find out the Personal Data That SICC Holds About Me?
Yes. At your request, SICC can confirm what personal data we hold about you and how it is processed. You can contact us at any time to:
– Request details of the personal data that SICC has about you.
– Correct any incorrect personal data that SICC has about you.
– Provide supplemental information to us if the personal data that SICC has about you is incomplete
– Ask us to delete personal data that SICC has about you – your right to be forgotten.
You also have a number of other general rights under the GDPR relating to the processing of personal data such as the right to restrict and/or object to certain types of processing (including direct marketing), rights of data portability, and rights relating to automated decision-making and profiling (please note that not all of these may be applicable, depending upon the circumstances). You can find out further information about your rights at https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/data-protection-reform/overview-of-the-gdpr/individuals-rights/.
August 12, 2018