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What is GDPR

GDPR is a strengthening of the existing data protection regulations under the Data Protection Act 1998. All organisations are subject to its provisions – including charities and not-for profit associations. These new regulations take effect on 25th May. Breaches of the regulations can result in action being taken against the organisation by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).

The Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale 2018 GDPR policy can be found here.

Exhibitors have provided appropriate personal data at the time of applying to exhibit, to enable communication and correspondence relating to the 2018 exhibition.

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) 2018 provides exhibitors (Data Subjects in the context of GDPR), with a right to receive a copy of the data/information we hold about them or to authorise someone to act on their behalf. Your request will be processed within 30 calendar days upon receipt of a fully completed Subject Access Request form and proof of identity. The Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale 2018 Subject Access Request form can be found here.

Any questions relating to COPB 2018 compliance to GDPR should be addressed to: steve1.ashman@ntlworld.com