Who are we and how can you contact us?

Version 1.0. Effective Mar 10, 2022

This privacy notice aims at giving you information on how your personal data are processed by Historic Police Motorcycle Group. In this notice, we refer to ourselves as 'we', 'us' abd 'our'.

At Historic Police Motorcycle Group we handle your data so that neither we nor anyone else can use them to harm your interests and rights, such as your right to privacy. We attach great importance to it as experts and opinion leaders in the field of personal data protection.

If you want to review, verify, correct or request erasure of your personal information, object to the processing of your personal data, or request that we transfer a copy of your personal information to another party, please contact us using:

The policy extends to:

What data, for what purposes, based on what grounds, and how long we process the data?

Purpose Legal ground Data Storage period
🀝 To manage relationships with customers πŸ€ΉπŸΏβ€β™€οΈ Legitimate interest to improve and sustain relationships πŸ‘± Name, πŸ’¬ Other information that we got from you, πŸš— Car registration number, ☎️ Contact information for the duration of our relationships, plus a reasonable period in order to be able to run regular deletion routines or to take into account the applicable statute of limitation period or if required under mandatory applicable law
🀝 To manage our relations with members, volunteers, and sympathizers of a club πŸ€ΉπŸΏβ€β™€οΈ Legitimate interest To deliver newsletters, information on events, tickets and updates. πŸ‘± Name, ☎️ Contact information, πŸš— Car registration number, πŸ’₯ Any information for the duration of our relationships, plus a reasonable period in order to be able to run regular deletion routines or to take into account the applicable statute of limitation period or if required under mandatory applicable law
πŸ“° To subscribe to a blog, newsletter, or update βœ… Consent πŸ‘± Name, πŸ“§ Email address during the time the person is subscribed to the blog, newsletter or update
ℹ️ To fulfill a request for information about products and services βœ… Consent πŸ‘± Name, ☎️ Contact information until we complete the request
🌟 To carry out fundraising for charitable purposes βœ… Consent πŸ’¬ Data included in the comments form for the duration of our relationships, plus a reasonable period in order to be able to run regular deletion routines or to take into account the applicable statute of limitation period or if required under mandatory applicable law
βš–οΈ To prevent violation of and to supervise compliance with laws and regulations βš– Legal obligation ☎️ Contact information we will keep your data as long as it's required by law
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Personal data that we process to comply with a legal obligation are necessary to provide you with our services. So, you may face the following consequences if you choose not to give your data:

When the data is processed βš–οΈ To prevent violation of and to supervise compliance with laws and regulations , we could breach one or more obligations under applicable laws

Where did we get your data from?

Who do we share your personal data with?

Information about these companies and their data protection practices :

Compliance with laws
We may share your personal data when we believe in good faith that it is necessary for us to do so in order to comply with a legal obligation under applicable laws.
Compliance with laws
Compliance with laws

Automated decisions

We neither use automated decision-making nor your personal data to automatically assess aspects of your personality (automated profiling).

Your rights

information about the processing of your personal data

obtain access to the personal data held about you

Under Article 15 of the GDPR, individuals have a right of access that gives them the right to obtain a copy of their personal data, as well as other supplementary information. It helps individuals to understand how and why companies are using their data, and check the lawfulness of the processing.

ask for incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete personal data to be corrected

Under Article 16 of the GDPR, individuals have the right to have inaccurate personal data rectified. An individual may also be able to have incomplete personal data completed – although this will depend on the purposes for the processing.

request that personal data be erased when they are no longer needed or if processing is unlawful

Under Article 17 of the GDPR, individuals have the right to have personal data erased. This is also known as the 'right to be forgotten'. The right is not absolute and only applies in certain circumstances.

request the restriction of the processing of your personal data in specific cases

Article 18 of the GDPR gives individuals the right to restrict the processing of their personal data in certain circumstances. This means that an individual can limit the way that an organisation uses their data. This is an alternative to requesting the erasure of their data.

receive your personal data in a machine-readable format and send them to another controller ('data portability')

Under Article 20 of the GDPR, individuals have the right to data portability that gives individuals the right to receive personal data they have provided to a controller in a structured, commonly used and machine readable format. It also gives them the right to request that a controller transmits those data directly to another controller.

object to the processing of your personal data for marketing purposes or on grounds relating to your particular situation

Article 21 of the GDPR gives individuals the right to object to the processing of their personal data at any time. This effectively allows individuals to stop or prevent you from processing their personal data.

request that decisions based on automated processing concerning you or significantly affecting you and based on your personal data are made by natural persons, not only by computers. You also have the right in this case to express your point of view and to challenge the decision

withdraw your consent at any time

The GDPR gives a specific right to withdraw consent. You need to tell people about their right to withdraw, and offer them easy ways to withdraw consent at any time.

lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority

In accordance with Article 77 of the GDPR, you, as a data subject, have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State of your habitual residence, place of work, or where an alleged infringement of the GDPR has taken place.

If you have any questions about the protection of your personal data, you can contact us by using our contact details

Icons: "DaPIS (Data Protection Icon Set)" created by CIRSFID, UniversitΓ  di Bologna and Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna.

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