The Bordeaux Women's Club (‘BWC’) is strongly committed to protecting the privacy and personal data of its members. As a valued member of the BWC, and in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’), we wish to assure you that your personal information is not shared externally with any other person or organisation.
Collation, use and disclosure of personal information
Personal information is the information that you provide when you join the BWC. It comprises principally of your name, your address, your telephone number(s) and your email address. It may also include your nationality and your professional background, also your partner’s name, information about the children you may have and a list of your interests.
This information is collected and used primarily:
The information is stored on the database for the full duration of your membership, and is removed promptly when membership ceases.
Third party applications
None of the information you provide will be shared outside the membership of the BWC without your specific consent.
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Your rights as regards this information
The BWC would like to make sure that you are aware that any information you provide other than your name and contact details is voluntary. The information as regards your interests, experiences and hobbies helps other members to know you better and to find common interests. Every member of the BWC is entitled to access, amend or remove their data at any time. You may also have the right to request that the use of certain data is restricted to certain purposes. The BWC will endeavour to comply with this request.
If you wish to change, amend or delete the information you have provided, or if you have any requests or questions about your data, please contact the BWC Data Protection Officer.
The Bordeaux Women's Club is an Association Loi 1901 organisation. Bordeaux France © 2021. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED