The information that we collect
We sometimes need to collect personal information about you:
– If you sign a petition on the site, we store the data that you provide us, and your first name, surname, email address, country, and postcode. If you opt-in to receive regular email updates from us, your details are also added to our mailing list. Our mailing lists are managed through our database.
– If you RSVP to an event organised by us, we store the data that you provide to us in our database, including your first name, surname, email address, country, and postcode. If you opt-in to receive regular email updates from us, your details are also added to our mailing list.
– If you correspond with us, either by email or by another form of communication, your message may include your name, address, email address, and telephone number, as well as other personal information.
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How we use the information and the legal basis
We may use the information about you for the following purposes:
– To inform and update you about our work at Good Law Project via email. The legal basis is consent under Article 6(1)(a). If you wish to unsubscribe from our newsletter, please see below.
– To analyze donations and our financial performance and contact individuals about donations. The legal basis is legitimate interest under Article 6(1)(f).
– To respond to enquiries via phone and email. The legal basis is legitimate interest under Article 6(1)(f).
– To ensure our communication with you is relevant, timely, and will ultimately provide a better experience for you and make our campaigns more impactful, we may build up a profile of you based on the interactions you have had with Good Law Project.
– On occasion, we may process special category data, including health information, ethnicity, and political opinions. We would only collect sensitive personal data if there is a clear reason for doing so and will only do so with your explicit consent.
Disclosure and transfer of personal information
– Organisations that help us process donations
– Organisations that help us develop and maintain our website and mailing lists, including Zapier and Meta
– Organisations that help us collect and process survey data
– Where we are required by law to disclose personal information
It may be necessary for us to share your personal information with Government bodies, such as HMRC.
Unsubscribing from our newsletter
Every email update contains an unsubscribe link in the footer. Unsubscribing automatically takes you off the list and you will not be emailed again by Good Law Project.
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You have the right to access the personal data we may hold on you, and you have the right to require inaccurate personal data to be corrected. You also have the right to delete your personal data and restrict your data’s processing in certain circumstances. If you wish to exercise these rights, please contact us. We will respond within one month.
We will retain your personal information until we no longer need it as defined by our operational needs, or until you ask us to remove your details.
This statement only applies to the website of Good Law Project (http://goodlawproject.org/).
Like with many other websites, we place small data files on your computer or mobile phone, also known as cookies. These help us analyse web traffic to understand how people are using the website and identify problems which we need to fix. We use Google Analytics to help us analyse web traffic, which provides information to help us understand how people use the website by providing us with information on demographic patterns, the number of visitors, time of visit, what web pages you visit, and for how long you visit the website.
By using this website, you consent to the use of necessary cookies. You can set your web browser to reject cookies and you will be able to select whether to apply analytic cookies on visiting our website’. You can, however, set your web browser to reject cookies. For more information about how to manage cookies, visit AboutCookies website.
Third-party websites and cookies
On our website, we sometimes embed or include links to third-party sites. They have their own privacy policies and we do not accept responsibility or liability for the privacy practices of third-party websites. Third-party sites may also have cookies which we have no control over.
If you have any complaints regarding how we use your personal data – or questions about how we process your personal data – please contact us by clicking here, with the subject line “Data protection”. If you are not satisfied with our response, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Last updated: 14th November 2022