The Noirwich Crime Writing Festival is presented by the University of East Anglia.
This notice explains how the University will use personal data that you submit in relation to the Noirwich Crime Writing Festival.
This notice is for anyone who:
Your name, email address, home address and phone number
1. Subscribing to the Noirwich mailing list
The lawful basis we rely on for processing your contact details, interest preferences, and contacting you about future events and activities is your consent under article 6(1)(a) of the UK GDPR. You have the right to withdraw your consent, or to object to the processing of your personal data for this purpose at any time. If at any point you want to withdraw your consent, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Buying tickets for events or delivering products and services that you have purchased
The lawful basis we rely on for processing your personal data in relation to orders for goods or services is listed in Article 6(1)(b), because it is necessary to perform our contract with you, or to take steps at your request before entering a contract.
All personal data processed as part of Festival activities will come directly from you, for example through you purchasing tickets via the UEA Store.
We do not intend to share your personal data with any third party. Any specific requests from a third party for us to share your personal data with them will be dealt with in accordance with the provisions of the data protection laws.
Please refer to the UEA record retentions policy.
If you have any questions or concerns about the Noirwich Crime Writing Festival, contact email@example.com.
For any queries about our use of your personal data, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Further details are in the link below
We have published further data protection information here.
This privacy notice was amended in June 2022. If we make any further changes to this notice, we will notify all Festival subscribers or current ticket holders by sending you an email, including details of the changes made.
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