The following statement on the collection and use of data was adopted by the General Council of RIBI on the 25th / 26th October 2004:
RIBI Collection and Use of Personal Membership Data
As part of its effort to assist clubs and districts and facilitate communication with Rotarians, Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland collects personal information about Rotary club members, and their partners and associates where appropriate, to be used solely for the purpose of conducting the following core business activities:
At the direction of the General Council of RIBI, RIBI may occasionally participate in special advertising and/or marketing initiatives that involve the release of membership information. RIBI will notify Rotarians about these initiatives and their particulars will not be released without their express consent. RIBI may also disclose information as required by law or if pertinent to judicial or governmental investigations.
RIBI Secretariat follows the code of conduct for the principles of the Data Protection Act
which requires data to:
If the above principles are breached, RIBI may be prevented from processing the data and individuals may claim compensation through the courts.
Note: The Executive of RIBI noted at their meeting of December 18th/19th December 2007 that data specifically referencing credit card details be destroyed after a period of 3 months had elapsed from the date of the event that the details had been used for.
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