Updated 9 March 2020
The Policy does not cover all of the personal data processing undertaken by CAGE, for example in respect to its case work, legal documentation, human resources and operational logistics. These processing activities are covered by appropriate internal policies and procedures and relevant information is provided to data subjects at the point of collection or otherwise as required by law.
If you have a question about how CAGE processes personal data, whether in accordance with the Policy or any other processing operation, please email email@example.com, call +44 (0)20 7377 6700 or send a letter to the address below.
CAGE is the controller of the data covered by the Policy. CAGE also works with service providers who process data under its instruction, and which may in some situations act as controllers of some or all of the personal data that is processed by them in the course of providing particular services. This includes, but is not limited, to the social media platforms on which CAGE is present (see further Data sharing and transfers, below).
CAGE (CAGE Advocacy UK Ltd) is a limited company registered with Companies House (06397573)
CAGE’s postal address is: Premier Business Centre, 47-49 Park Royal Road, London, NW10 7LQ
CAGE is registered with the UK data protection supervisory authority, the Information Commissioner’s Office (# ZA709332)
CAGE advocates for due process, the rule of law and an end to the injustices of the War on Terror.
Purposes of data processing
CAGE processes personal data concerning users of its online services and resources for the following purposes:
- To maintain the CAGE website and keep it secure
- To build and manage the online community that supports CAGE’s work
- To advocate in support of CAGE’s objectives and engage with people on social media platforms
- To receive and process orders placed in the CAGE online shop
- To enable people to register to attend CAGE events
- To receive and process donations to CAGE online
- To disseminate information and promotional communications from CAGE
- To understand how the CAGE website is used in order to assess the impact of its work and improve its communication and dissemination strategies
- To keep records that enable CAGE to comply with accounting requirements and statutory obligations
Legal basis for processing
CAGE processes personal data for the above purposes on the following legal basis:
- With consent, where data subjects volunteer their personal information and may withdraw that consent at any time, for example in respect to the CAGE mailing list
- In its legitimate interests, where CAGE has to process personal data in order to achieve the above objectives and ensures that the processing is necessary, proportionate and does not adversely impact the fundamental rights of data subjects
- For contractual purposes, where personal data is needed to enter into a contract or fulfil a particular contractual obligation, for example in respect to its use of online donation platforms
- To comply with legal obligations, where data processing is necessary for CAGE to comply with the law or a statutory data retention period
Sensitive (“special category”) data
CAGE does not collect any special category data from users of its online services.
Use of the internet also generates metadata about individuals and their activities which is retained by internet service providers and may be made available to law enforcement agencies and intelligence services. This data can be used to build up a detailed profile of individuals or communities. Those concerned about this kind of surveillance are encouraged to take steps to preserve their privacy, for example by using a VPN or the Tor browser.
A cookie is a small file that is stored by your browser or elsewhere on the hard drive of your computer, subject to user preference. Detailed information about how cookies work is available from allaboutcookies.org.
The website CAGE uses the following type of cookies:
- Necessary cookies, which are required to enable the CAGE website to function and remain secure
- Statistics cookies, which help CAGE understand how visitors use its website by collecting and reporting anonymised information
- Marketing cookies, which are used to track visitors across websites in order to tailor advertising.
The CAGE website also allows its users to share content using social media buttons. Posting information to social media platforms results in the controllers of those platforms collecting personal data about the account owner and their online activities (see further Social media, below).
With the exception of the necessary cookies, visitors to the CAGE website can disable the cookies used by the CAGE website by configuring their internet browsers to block cookies. Individuals using different devices in different locations will need to ensure that each browser is configured according to their preferences. Please note that if browser settings are configured to block all cookies (including necessary cookies), some of the services provided by the CAGE website may not be available.
Internet users may also be able to configure their browser to prevent website owners tracking their web usage using the Do Not Track (DNT) function (see allaboutdnt.com). The CAGE website honours DNT requests.
Even if you block analytics and targeting cookies and set your browsers to DNT, information about your web usage may still be collected by Google Analytics. Google has produced a specific Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on, which you should install if you wish to try to prevent Google collecting this kind of data about you.
If you have signed up to receive information about CAGE’s work by email and no longer wish to receive this material, you can opt-out by using the unsubscribe link provided in CAGE’s email communications or by submitting a request to [firstname.lastname@example.org].
CAGE takes reasonable steps to protect personal data against loss, misuse, and unauthorized access, alteration, disclosure or destruction.
CAGE also undertakes checks on the service providers and processors it uses to ensure that they have implemented adequate information security controls in respect of the data provided by CAGE or via the CAGE website.
Information transmitted across the internet remains vulnerable to unauthorised access. The transmission of such data is therefore at the individual’s own risk.
Data sharing and transfer
CAGE works with carefully selected third party service providers and affiliates which perform tasks, including the processing of personal data, necessary for the organisation to meet the objectives set out above. Wherever possible, CAGE does not allow service providers to use personal data provided by CAGE or via its website for their own purposes or to disclose it to other third parties. CAGE also verifies that these service providers store personal data in the EU and only transfer it outside of the EU in accordance with EU law. A list of third-party service providers and affiliates to which data may be transferred is available on request using the contact details below.
In some instances, service providers may act as controllers of some or all of the data that is provided in order for them to provide a particular service. This is more likely to be the case when the services are provided by an external website or application, for example where CAGE uses social media platforms (see further below).
CAGE will never sell personal data and will refuse to comply with law enforcement requests for access to personal data concerning users of its online services that it believes to be unwarranted, and unless legally prohibited or unable to do so, will notify the data subjects concerned. Third party service providers may also be compelled to disclose data for purposes other than which it was collected.
CAGE uses social media and social networking to increase the reach and impact of its work. Personal data processed by social media platforms is subject to the terms and conditions of the platform owners, which may act as controllers of that data. Individuals who engage with CAGE’s social media accounts should check the relevant terms, which are subject to regular change, to understand how their data may be used.
CAGE has accounts with the following social media platforms:
- Facebook, used in accordance with Facebook’s Data Policy
- YouTube, used in accordance with YouTube Privacy Guidelines
CAGE’s social media accounts and pages are managed by CAGE staff members.
The CAGE website includes links to other websites which may also collect personal data about users or deploy cookies on their devices subject to their own data processing and privacy policies. CAGE has no control over the operation of other websites and while it seeks to ensure that all external links point only to responsible data controllers, external links are followed at the user’s own risk.
CAGE retains personal data only as long as it is needed for the purpose for it was collected. CAGE may keep data may keep data for longer if it is under a legal obligation to retain it or to maintain necessary records for legal, financial, compliance, or other reporting obligations. CAGE may also retain data about the use of its online services for statistical analysis or research purposes.
Data Subjects Rights
Individuals whose personal data is processed by CAGE have the following rights in accordance with UK and EU data protection law:
- The right to be informed as to whether CAGE holds data about them
- The right of access to that information
- The right to have inaccurate data corrected
- The right to have their data deleted
- The right to opt-out of particular data processing operations
- The right to receive their data in a form that makes it “portable”
- The right to object to data processing
- The right to receive an explanation about any automated decision making and/or profiling, and to challenge those decisions where appropriate
To make a subject access request or complaint contact [email@example.com] or write to:
Premier Business Centre
47-49 Park Royal Road
London NW10 7LQ
Requests can be submitted at any time. CAGE will respond to any such requests in accordance with UK data protection law.
Data subjects covered by EU law may also be entitled to lodge complaints in regard to data processing or the handling of subject access requests with data protection supervisory authority in their country of residence. Relevant supervisory authority names and contact details are listed here. In the UK the relevant supervisory authority is the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Changes and revisions
Should CAGE make changes to this Policy, the date and nature of the change will be indicated below.
Should the change have a material impact on the handling of personal data, CAGE will contact the data subjects to inform of the changes and where appropriate seek their consent.
The Policy was published on 09 March 2020, replacing an earlier iteration.
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