the Museum understands and takes seriously its obligation with respect to holding data about its contacts.
- the Museum will only hold data about its contacts for the purpose of achieving its stated aims.
- Any data held by the Museum about its contacts will not be passed to a third party without the specific permission of that contact
- the Museum will take whatever action it deems necessary to secure and protect the privacy of contacts’ information.
- A contact may, at any time, request and be given a copy of the data the Museum holds about that contact
- Any contact may request amendments or corrections to data held by the Museum about them and the Museum will act upon such request.
- If a contact ceases to be a contact of the Museum, any data held about that contact will be deleted from the Museums records.
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