Who is the data controller for the processing of your data?
The data controller for the processing of the data is Daisy Cooper MP. The contact details of Daisy Cooper can be found on the UK Parliament website here.
From 01 April 2019 elected representatives and prospective representatives (including police and crime commissioners) are exempt from paying a fee and registering with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). For more information on this visit: https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/in-your-sector/political/.
What type of personal data do we collect?
Daisy Cooper MP may collect the following personal data from users of this website through the corresponding forms:
Personal data e.g. name, e-mail address, postal address, telephone number
Transactional data e.g. date of sign-up, or communications in relation to the campaign when you have contacted us for that purpose or responded to our communications.
In addition, Daisy Cooper MP may collect data relating to browsing of the website such as cookie consent, landing page, pages browsed.
Cookies used on this site
Cookies are bits of data/information stored on your device that allow our website to remember you as you move from one page to another or when you are ‘logged in.’ A common example is to remember the items in your shopping cart as you browse a website. At present, we do not use any cookies on this website.
This site uses the common and popular WordPress platform. WordPress places a “wordpress_test_cookie” on your device to check to see if your browser has cookies enabled but this is not used for tracking users of the website (indeed, it’s not possible to use this for tracking or any other purpose except checking that you have cookies enabled.)
For what purpose do we process your personal data?
The personal data of the interested party shall be processed for the following purpose, as applicable:
– To manage and execute the registration on the website.
– Manage and send data about the campaign, latest news and personalised data adapted to the profile, interests and needs of the interested party as a subscriber through email, SMS, postal mail or any other channel of communication and / or digital platforms. The sending of this data will involve the creation of user profiles consisting of using personal data, the history of your purchases if applicable.
-If necessary, certain personal data of the client may be used to personalise communications in digital media.
– To respond to the exercise of data protection rights, queries and complaints.
How long do we keep the data?
Daisy Cooper MP will keep the personal data only for a period that is reasonably necessary given the requirements to respond to issues that are raised or to resolve problems, make improvements, activate services and fulfil the requirements of the applicable legislation. This means that the personal data may be kept for a reasonable time, including after the interested party has stopped participating in this campaign. After this period, the personal data will be blocked on all systems and when appropriate, deleted.
Legal basis for processing the data?
Daisy Cooper MP has the following lawful bases to process personal data:
After registration by the supporter or supporting organisation, Daisy Cooper MP will process the data in relation to any legal obligations that come from holding that data.
In relation to the following purposes, the legal basis for the processing of the personal data of the interested party will be the consent of the same, in cases where it has been given:
– Management of the registration on the website.
– Management of the sending of data on the campaign, latest news and personalised data adapted to the profile of the interested party.
– To respond to the exercise of data protection rights, queries and complaints on the part of the interested party.
The withdrawal of consent of said processing on the part of the interested party shall not affect the execution of any legal obligations that may arise from holding the data.
In relation to the following purposes, the legal basis of the processing of the personal data of the interested party will be the legitimate interest of Daisy Cooper MP:
– The drafting of profiles via the browsing on the website on the part of a user registered on the same, in addition to all other users that have provided us with their data for any other purpose.
– The drafting of profiles for the sending of data on campaign issues, latest news and personalised data adapted to the profile of the interested party.
– The sending of satisfaction questionnaires on the campaign or services used by subscribers in order to know their opinion and improve them.
Our legitimate interest consists of being able to guarantee that our website remains secure, and to help Daisy Cooper MP understand the requirements, expectations and degree of satisfaction of subscribers and supporters and, consequently, improve the campaigns or services. All these actions will be performed to improve the degree of satisfaction of the supporter and guarantee a successful and impactful campaign process.
Sharing of data
The personal data of the interested party may be transferred/communicated to the following addressees:
– Public Administrations and Bodies whenever required by the Information Commissioner’s Office, Police or any other applicable legislation.
– Data processing companies, such as service providers that provide a service to Daisy Cooper MP (courier companies, communications companies, agencies, profiling companies, etc.).
We aim not to transfer data outside of the EU but where this may occur, in relation to the above transfers/communications, Daisy Cooper MP shall use the Standard Contractual Clauses adapted by the European Commission and the EU-US Privacy Shield as a guarantee of transfers to European Commission non-compliant countries. In all cases, third parties sharing certain personal data will have previously accredited the adoption of suitable technical and organisational measures for the correct protection of the same.
Daisy Cooper MP does not under any circumstances sell customer data to third parties.
Data storage and security
The website uses data security technologies such as firewalls, access control procedures and cryptographic mechanisms to prevent any unauthorised access to data and guarantee data confidentiality.
In addition, any transaction performed via the website will be executed via secure payment systems. The confidential data are transmitted directly and in an encrypted manner (SSL) to the corresponding entity.
What are your rights in relation to personal data?
You have the following rights, which may be exercised via the e-mail address email@example.com:
Right of access: You have the right to obtain confirmation whether Daisy Cooper MP is processing personal data that concerns you, or not, in addition to how to access the personal data Daisy Cooper MP possesses about you.
Right of modification: You have the right to ask Daisy Cooper MP to rectify the personal data whenever they are inaccurate, or to complete them whenever they are incomplete. If you are registered on our website, it may be easier for you to correct them directly by modifying the profile if/where that facility exists.
Right to erasure/right to be forgotten: You may ask us for your personal data to be erased whenever, among other reasons, the data are no longer necessary for the purposes they were collected for.
Right to restriction: You have the right to request the restriction of the processing of your data, in which case we will only keep them for the exercise or defence of complaints.
Right to data portability: You have right to receive the personal data in a structured, commonly-used and machine-readable, and to transmit them to another controller whenever the processing is based on consent or on a contract, and is carried out by automated means.
Right to object: You may object to the processing of personal data based on the public or legitimate interest pursued by Daisy Cooper MP, including profiling. In this case, Daisy Cooper MP will cease to process the data, except for compelling legal grounds or the exercise or defence of possible legal claims.
Automated individual decisions: You have the right not to be the object of a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, while produces a legal effect on you or significantly affects you in a similar manner. However, it will not be possible to exercise said right in cases where the decision is necessary for the formalisation or execution of a contract between you and Daisy Cooper MP; it is authorised by the law applicable to Daisy Cooper MP provided it establishes the appropriate measures to safeguard its rights, freedoms and legitimate interests; or where it is based on your explicit consent.
Right to lodge a complaint: You have the right to lodge a complain to the Office of the Information Commissioner .
To make any subject access or other data related application, we will ask you to verify your identity which may require you to provide Daisy Cooper MP with more data.
Updated: 06th October 2020