Data Protection Act 2018
UK General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR)
We understand that your data is confidential and should not be shared with anyone without your express permission.
It is part of the fundamental right to privacy.
It is of utmost importance that you are able to have confidence in us with your data and we believe the way to do this is by building trust between people and treating people fairly and openly.
We will be complying with the UK General Data Protection Regulations (UK GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018.
The ICO regulates data protection in the UK. We want to promote good practice by complying with these regulations so that you feel safe when submitting your data with us, we recognise that it is your right to have control over your own identity and data and we want to ensure that we do not treat you unfairly or unjustly.
What will we do with your data?
We recognise you as a living person, someone who deserves respect and to be listened to. If you or your child has suffered from an adverse reaction then we believe you should be heard. It is no small matter and should not be ignored especially if it has been a life changing injury or even, and most sadly, the loss of a loved one.
Over time we will be combining similar data together i.e. adverse reaction type, this will be to analyse the data collected and to see what outcomes there has been from the COVID-19 vaccines.
We may create graphs to show the most frequent injury type but we would not use any of the individuals personal and private data such as names and contact details, unless an individual has requested us to do so, for example, to share a testimony.