Data Protection Statement

(relating to the consultation on Transforming Children's Lives — February 2012)

Data Protection Act, 1998

As part of this consultation we will be inviting individuals and organizations to respond to our strategy document. We intend collecting the following information: name of the organization or individual responding to the consultation, the country/county and contact details (email or postal address).

The contact data provided will enable us to contact organizations and individuals to clarify their contributions or seek their permission to publish them.

The contributions will be analysed and intrepreted by Amgueddfa Cymru. We intend to publish aggregated information resulting from the consultation process; we will not publish any contributions or personal information without seeking permission from the respondent.

The personal data collected will be processed by Amgueddfa Cymru and will not be accessed by third parties.

You need to be aware of the following:

  • Disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act 2000

    As we are a public authority all the written material we hold, including information relating to public consultation, may be considered for release following a request to us under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 unless the information is exempt.

  • Security and emails

    Please be aware that emails you send us, and those that we may send to you, are not secure as email messages can be intercepted.

The personal information you are providing will be processed in line with the eight Data Protection principles of the Data Protection Act 1998.

If you wish to access, modify or delete your reply, please send a message to judith.ingram@museumwales.ac.uk

If you feel your information has not be processed in accordance with the legislation, you should contact the Information Commissioner's Office, 2nd Floor Churchill House, Churchill Way, Cardiff, CF10 2HH.

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