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Privacy notice - your Stoolball England account

When you create an account on this website you are sending data to Stoolball England as the data controller.

Stoolball England takes data protection seriously. Please be assured that your information will be used appropriately in line with data protection legislation, will be stored securely and will not be processed unless the requirements for fair and lawful processing can be met.

What information is being processed?

We ask for your name and email address and we record when you last signed in to the website.

How will your information be used?

Your user account is linked to data you submit on the website, such as matches and match reports that you add, and notifications that you sign up to. This is used solely for the purpose of running this website and providing the facilities described.

Your information is not processed outside the UK and EU.

All data is encrypted in transit and at rest, with the exception of the site's logs which may include the email address you use to sign in.

What is the legal basis for processing your information?

This information is processed with your consent (GDPR Article 6(1)(a)).

How long your information will be stored for?

Your data will be kept indefinitely unless you choose to delete it or ask for it to be deleted.

Sharing your information

Your name and the user id we assign to you may appear publicly online. Your email address and the data we link to your user account are not shared.

Your rights

Under data protection legislation, you have the right:

  • To be informed why, where and how we use your information.
  • To ask for access to your information.
  • To ask for your information to be corrected if it is inaccurate or incomplete.
  • To ask for your information to be deleted or removed where there is no need for us to continue processing it.
  • To ask us to restrict the use of your information.
  • To ask us to copy or transfer your information from one IT system to another in a safe and secure way, without impacting the quality of the information.
  • To object to how your information is used.
  • To challenge any decisions made without human intervention (automated decision making)

Should you have any further queries on the uses of your information, please contact us.