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APPG Privacy Policy

The APPG on Global Security and Non-Proliferation is committed to protecting the personal data of all our contacts. The below policy explains how we collect, process and store your personal data and how you can remove it from our records should you wish to do so. BASIC hosts the Secretariat to the APPG and as such is involved in the processing data on behalf of the APPG, their privacy policy can be accessed here.

Meeting Attendees:

The APPG collects the first names, last names and contact details (email addresses and/or telephone numbers) of meeting attendees. This information is collected through via sign-up sheets at events we host. It is therefore only collected by consent. This information is stored on Google Drive, using secure passwords and a two-step verification process. It is used for work purposes only and not accessible to anybody outside BASIC.

APPG Invitations:

The APPG regularly contacts members of parliament, their staff and select individuals to invite them to our meetings. We record the first names, last names and email addresses of these individuals and this information is stored on Google Drive, using secure passwords and a two-step verification process.  We do not send out a regular newsletter or spam and only invite those with a legitimate professional interest in the APPG’s work. The invitees’ personal data is either obtained from publically available for professional purposes (parliamentary email addresses from the www.parliament.uk) or collected with the full consent of the individual. All invitees can request to no longer be invited to the APPG’s meeting by emailing downmanm@parliament.uk.

Website Users:

When you access the APPG’s webpage on the BASIC website, a 'cookie' may be downloaded onto your PC. Our website uses cookies to customise certain options and to gather statistical data about your visit to our site using Google Analytics, for example, the pages you browsed most. Cookies do not collect personal information stored on your computer. It is possible to disable cookies on your web browser, though some of the website's functionality may be lost.

To access, modify or delete your data

You have the right to request a copy of the data we hold about you. If you wish to request a copy, or to modify the information we hold about you, please contact downmanm@parliament.uk. We will respond to these requests within 10 working days, unless there are exceptional circumstances. To permanently delete your data, you will need to email downmanm@parliament.uk.

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