Music publishers and distributors of music books, Edinburgh
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Categories of personal data
Our legal basis for processing customer information is "contractual" and will be used for communicating with you for the following reasons.
Your personal information will be processed in line with the Principles and Individuals’ Rights of The General Data Protection regulation 2018.
Storage, Disclosure & Disposal
We will hold your personal information on our systems only for our own accounting and stock processing requirements. We will not provide any commercial third party with this information.
Data will be stored on our IT and paper based systems which are located in the UK. All storage systems are accessed only by The Hardie Press staff that have the appropriate role with unique login and secure passwords. On request we will remove all personal information from our system, but it may remain on transactional records where applicable for 7 years in accordance with the HMRC requirements.
Your information will not be transferred out of the European Union.
Our Information Security/ Data Protection Manager can be contacted as follows:
Tel: 01875 815 456
If you feel we have not processed your data in accordance with the Principles and Rights of the individual under GDPR, please contact email@example.com for our complaints procedure, or you may raise a complaint with the Information Commissioners Office.
The Hardie Press has a place of contact at:
108 Harlawhill Gardens
01875 815 456
The Hardie Press is registered for VAT purposes.