The Ullapool News will hold personal data lawfully, fairly and transparently.
GDPR regulates how such data must be held to ensure data security and protect against unauthorised use of your personal data. The Ullapool News will process and share your data only in accordance with GDPR and where there is a legal basis and a clear purpose for us to do so.
The Ullapool News will only access your personal data:
- For our own legitimate interest
- To comply with a legal obligation
- With your consent
- And Use only for the reason in which it was intended to be used.
We will uphold your rights as an individual under the GDPR. These rights include:
Right to be informed about what we are doing with your data
- Right to correct any incorrect data held (right to rectification)
- Right to erase personal data (commonly known as the right tone forgotten)
- Right to access your personal data
- Right not to transfer personal data
- Right to restrict processing, that is request to stop using data in certain ways
- Right to object to our uses of your data
We will ensure that any data we hold is:
- Processed in a manner which is fair and lawful;
- Used only for the manner in which it was intended to be used;
- Processed in a manner which is adequate, relevant, and not excessive;
- Accurate and kept up to date;
- Not kept for longer than its intended purpose;
- Processed in accordance with the rights of the people the data is about;
- Protected by technical and organisational security measures;
- Not transferred to third countries outside the EU which do not guarantee an adequate measure of data protection.
By taking out a subscription with the Ullapool News your consent is given for us to store and use the relevant parts of your personal data in order to fulfill the subscription.
All submissions to the Ullapool News for publication should be accompanied by a name and address but these may be withheld from publication on request.
The Ullapool News reserves the right to edit any submissions.
This policy was last updated in April 2021 and shall be regularly reviewed at least every 2 years.