Scottish Left Review and its sister organisation, the Jimmy Reid Foundation, maintain a record of the contact details of its network of members. We use this data to circulate information about political, economic, social and cultural matters and about activities which members may engage in to further our objectives (as well for our own internal administration). Network members can unsubscribe at any time by using the link at bottom of all our emails and their details will be deleted.
We maintain information about the status of members who subscribe to the print issue of the Scottish Left Review in relation to the payment of their subscriptions as well as those of sustaining members of the Reid Foundation who make a regular donation. When subscribers or sustaining members unsubscribe their details are placed in an inactive file for accounting purposes. We do not hold any bank or other financial information except that of subscribers who pay by standing order (paper copies) and these are destroyed after one full accounting year.
We also maintain a record of people and organisations which have consented to be contacted by us. We use this data to inform them of events relevant to their expressed interests. The legal basis for this processing is “legitimate requirements”. These individuals and organisations can unsubscribe at any time. Their information will be placed in an inactive file and deleted after one full accounting year.
We will not supply the identity of anyone on our database without their consent to any other organisation.
We do not engage in activity which is intended to constitute marketing other than that detailed in our objectives and if we change this policy we will inform data subjects and seek consent.
If you have any queries, objections, requests or complaints please email to:
Scottish Left Review
Jimmy Reid Foundation
Or in writing to:
Scottish Left Review
c/o UNISON Scotland
14 West Campbell Street
Glasgow G2 6RX
You have a right to access the data we hold about you and to correct it. If we do not deal with objections, requests or complaints adequately you may have a right to complain to the Information Commissioner in the United Kingdom. The UK has been identified as our lead regulatory authority for the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulations.
This Privacy Statement can be viewed at our websites:
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