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About this Privacy Notice
This notice is intended to provide information about how St Joseph’s College will use (“or process”) personal data about individuals through the St Joseph’s College Alumni Network and should be read in conjunction with the College’s Privacy Notices and Policies which can be located at
This information is provided in accordance with the rights of individuals under Data Protection Law, including the General Data Protection Regulations (“the Act”) to understand how their data is used.
Updating your consent preferences
If you have an online profile on this website you can update your consent options by logging-in and clicking on “My Settings” in your profile.  Scroll down to find your ‘Consent options’ where you will see a list of consents and the options “opt-in”, “opt-out” and “unspecified”.
If we are using consent as our legal basis for processing your data, we must have an explicit “opt-in” from you for this specific type of processing.
If we are using legitimate interests as our legal basis for processing your data, we will process your data responsibly in a way that you would reasonably expect, and you can opt-out at any stage.
If you click "unsubscribe" at the bottom of one of our emails sent you will be automatically opted-out of these types of email communications in the future.
All individuals can contact the College about their consent preferences.
How we keep your information safe
The College will take appropriate technical and organisational steps to ensure the security of personal data about individuals.
Data for users with an online profile is stored on a dedicated, secure cloud server hosted by Amazon Web Services (AWS) in the EU and managed by our website provider, ToucanTech.
Only authorised persons have access to your information and all relevant staff will be made aware of this policy and their duties under the Act.
All users with an online profile for this website are responsible for keeping their login details (email and password) confidential and this information should not be shared with other individuals.
Who has access to your information?
These by way of example may include:

  • Third parties who provide services for the College or who run an event in conjunction with the College. The College will notify the individual of how their data is used when they register for any event. All third parties are selected with care and will have the necessary sharing agreements in place 
  • Web hosting, email hosting, analytics and search engine providers that enable us to run our community database and improve our website and its use

The College will not share your information with any other organisations without your explicit consent.
Keeping your information up to date
Individuals must notify the College of any changes to information held about them. Online members can update their details directly by logging-in to the website and clicking on ‘"My Settings" under profile.

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