For the purposes of the European General Data Protection Regulation:
- The HDA confirms that the proprietor of the Site is The Housing Development Association, 60 Cannon Street, London EC4N 6NP. The HDA processes Users’ data for the purposes of administering membership, collecting subscription fees, running events, distributing newsletters and ancillary or related activities.
- The HDA processes personal data for its staff, members and members of the public attending events depending on the activities concerned.
- The HDA doesn’t share Users’ personal data unless it either has first obtained consent to do so.
- The HDA will seek to continually ensure we only hold personal details of our members that are necessary for the lawful processing of activities associated with the delivery of our services
- The HDA seeks to implement safe technical and operational measures, where its activities include the processing of personal data.
- Users should note that should their information be displayed, with consent on the Site, it is accessible to third parties who may independently take that information for their own marketing purposes. The HDA has no control over, and accepts no liability in respect, of such access.
The HDA reserves the right to bring proceedings in the courts of the country of the User’s residence or that of the User’s principal place of business at The HDA’s discretion.
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