- What information may be collected?
We want to provide you with full visibility to the types of personal data we collect from you. This information is:
Basic personal details. When you subscribe to the MaaS Scotland newsletter, we will ask you to provide some basic details: your name, email address, and company name. This will be stored by Technology Scotland on our newsletter database and never shared with any third parties. You can unsubscribe from our newsletter at any time by clicking ‘unsubscribe’ or getting in touch at email@example.com
Additional organisation details. When you sign up as a paid member of MaaS Scotland, we will ask you for some additional details to those listed above: your organisation’s phone number, correspondence address, size and logo. This information is needed to ensure that we can process your payment, add you to our member’s page, and create a login so you can join our Member Area. Technology Scotland and its MaaS Scotland partner, ScotlandIS, maintain records of this content, the date you purchased your membership, and other interactions with us.
All online credit card payments are processed via SagePay. All invoices are processed by Technology Scotland and sent to you directly. The details you choose for your Member’s Area (e.g. your password) are private and will never be accessed, stored or shared by Technology Scotland.
If you ever wish to change or remove any information please feel free to get in touch and we will be happy to do this.
In some cases, MaaS Scotland may also collect anonymous, non-personal data from its website-users, including but not limited to the type of device you are using to view our website, or how you found the MaaS Scotland website. This is never held together with any personal data.
- The purposes for which we use the information
The personal data that we collect is used for the general purposes of:
- Providing you with our services (e.g membership or newsletter sign up)
- Enabling us to develop, improve and manage our services by better understanding our customers
- Your personal data
Your personal data is stored by Technology Scotland. If you are a member, our partner, ScotlandIS, also have access to this. No personal data is shared with any third parties.
As explained, Technology Scotland and Scotland will use member information provided to us for marketing, administration, statistical analysis and promotional purposes. We contact our members by telephone, post or email unless specified otherwise.
In the interests of collaboration, we may occasionally make email introductions between organisations. In such cases, members will be contacted before details are passed on and will have the option to refuse to have specific information disclosed.
Technology Scotland and ScotlandIS all reasonable measures to ensure that the information held is accurate.
- Your rights
You have a right to know what information we have collected about you as well as the right to have incorrect, incomplete, unnecessary or outdated data removed.
If you ever want to remove or change any of your data, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will aim to resolve this without delay.
MaaS Scotland is managed by Technology Scotland, in partnership with ScotlandIS:
About Technology Scotland
Technology Scotland Limited is a company limited by guarantee.
Registered Office: Geddes House, Kirkton North, Livingston, EH54 6GU
Registration number SC186554
Data Protection Number ZA185841
About Scotland IS
Registered Office: Oracle Campus Springfield 7LR, Blackness Rd, Linlithgow EH49
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