In very basic terms Fiona Millington Photography will only ask you for what information we really need from you. That does mean I don't want your shopping list nbut II might want your email, phone number and address so you can have your images. I will keep your data secure and only share it with others who need it so I can deliver the service you have paid for (such as my print lab) I will never sell your information no matter what the MI5 do to me. I'm sure they are GDPR compliant.
The Data we collect
As a data controller we collect a variety of data in order to deliver our services and we will manage your personal data transparently and securely.
We may ask you to provide the following data
website if appropriate
we will record the DOB for all persons we photograph under the age of 13 and require the parent or legal guardian to consent to photography
Obviously, being a photographic business we also create and manage images as per our contractual agreements. (Hey, you wanted photos)
We use the above data to
deliver our service to you
for marketing purpose
to be able to personalise your experience
to enable you to log into your personal gallery to download your images
We collect this data on the following lawful basis
to be able to fulfil our contract with you
When you visit our website we also collect Cookies. These are small pieces of data that websites send to a user's computer and are stored on the user's web browser. They are designed to enable the website to remember information, such as what a user might have put in a shopping cart for example to enable....who am I kidding my website collects cookies but I've no idea what they do or how to use them and frankly I would rather have a double chocolate chip cookie.
Which third parties do we share Personal Data with?
We share personal data with the following third parties:
All of the above are GDPR checked and either the data is not transferred our of the European Economic Area or it is and has the EU/US privacy shield
There are also certain situations in which we may share access to your personal data without your explicit consent; for example, if required by law, to protect the life of an individual, or to comply with any valid legal process, government request, rule or regulation.
Why do we share your Personal Data with the above?
We share your data to deliver your service to you, for marketing purpose and to provide a personalised service.
How do we keep your personal data secure?
We keep your date secure by using a secure socket layer when information is submitted to us online, we also use encryption.
In the unlikely event of a criminal breach of our security we will inform the relevant regulatory body within 72 hours and, if your personal data were involved in the breach, we will also inform you.
You have the following rights -
- the right to be informed about the collection and use of your personal data
- the right of access to your personal data and any supplementary information
- the right to have any errors in your personal data rectified
- the right to have your personal data erased
- the right to block or suppressing the processing of your personal data
- the right to move, copy or transfer your personal data from one IT environment to another
- the right to object to processing of your personal data in certain circumstances, and
- rights related to automated decision-making (i.e. where no humans are involved) and profiling (i.e. where certain personal data is processed to evaluate an individual).
We also give you the option to manage your data via
or in writing to Fiona Millington Photography, 7 Tamworth Road, Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire, LE652PW
While we do not hold personal data any longer than we need to. The duration will depend on your relationship with us, and whether it is ongoing. We may keep some of your personal data indefinitely or up to 7 years after our working contract with you has finished for Tax legislation purposes.
After this time we will archive your photographs indefinitely along with your relevant details and consent forms. This is due to requests for replacement images being made several years after being taken.