Privacy Policy

Warwick District Music Promoters Forum
Music To Your Ears Website

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Personal Information

If you have been given a login to edit information on the site, we store only the information required for that purpose and disclose it only to those in our organisation who (i) need to know that information to enable that activity and (ii) have undertaken not to disclose it to others.

Privacy Policy Changes

Although most changes are likely to be minor, we may change the Privacy Policy from time to time. We encourage visitors to check this page for any changes to this Privacy Policy.

Data Protection and MTYE
MTYE holds data about individuals as follows:

1.   Names and addresses for the postal distribution of the diary.
      GDPR regulations do not relate to postal communication.
2.   Email addresses for notifying people that the new issue of the diary is on the website. 
      Recipients provide their email addresses.  Each communication includes an ‘unsubscribe’ option.
3.   Promoter email contact details for requesting entries and sending invoices. 
      Promoters provide their email addresses or they are publicly available on promoter organisation websites. 
4.   Steering Group contact details.
      Steering Group members provide their email addresses so consent is assumed.

The Anti-Clash Diary holds email addresses of promoters who can update the diary, but these email addresses are generic to the promoter organisation so are not for an individual.

All personal data is held on computers that are password protected.