This page gives information about how The Shift Inside is GDPR compliant.
The data protection provided by GDPR extends to anyone who gives any form of information to The Shift Inside.
TYPES OF DATA HELD
#1 Name & Email address This covers anyone who subscribes to any of the email only mailing lists, and also customers purchasing an online course via PayPal.
#2 Name, home addresses, phone numbers, Skype ID, email addresses. This covers anyone who applies for one to one coaching.
#3 Sensitive data. This covers both prospective and actual one-to-one clients and may include information on past abuse, sexuality and health issues.
HOW IS EMAIL SUBSCRIBER, CUSTOMER AND CLIENT PRIVACY PROTECTED?
#1 Name & Email address
This data is collected and held within the Shift Inside's Aweber email marketing account, which is password protected.
Aweber has a number of features that ensure data protection:
#1 Privacy notice on every email sign up form, an example of which can be seen here :
#2 Double opt-in - subscribers get sent an email which asks them to confirm that they wish to subscribe.
#3 Ability to unsubscribe easily - a link is included in every Aweber email I send out to subscribers
#2 Name, home addresses, phone numbers, Skype ID, email addresses.
This data is collected via the contact forms on my website, www.TheShiftinside.com, which is a WordPress website.
This data is held in The Shift Inside's email account, which is password protected. It is also in client session notes, which are word documents held on the hard drive of a computer that is password protected.
#3 Sensitive data. This data is held in written notes taken during client sessions. These notes are stored in files in a cupboard that is secured with a padlock.
These notes are also in client session notes, which are word documents held on the hard drive of a computer that is password protected.
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