GDPR Regulation

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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European Union wide law that was introduced on 25th May 2018 and which supersedes the Data Protection Act 1998 in the UK, giving more rights to you as an individual and more obligations to organisations holding your personal data. One of your rights is to be informed, which means we are required to give you more information about the way in which we use, share and store your personal data.

We (Robert Gordon University Student Association, thereafter ‘RGU:Union’)  are an independent student-led organisation which exists to represent, engage, support and develop all members. RGU:Union provides opportunities for extra-curricular activities to ensure all students get the most from their time at RGU.

This statement covers the following obligations as defined b the GDPR:

  • How RGU:Union collects your data
  • How RGU:Union records your data
  • How RGU:Union uses your data
  • How RGU:Union retrieves your data
  • How RGU:Union stores your data, including period of retention
  • How RGU:Union discloses your data, where relevant
  • Our legal basis for processing your data
  • Your rights and how you can access, amend and delete your personal data.

To explain the data RGU:Union collects in an easily understandable format, we have presented it according to how we gather this data/how you interact with us. You can view this information in our GDPR Privacy Statement

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