GDPR Explanation

The Irish Anti-War Movement maintains a database of contacts that it uses to communicate with members and supporters. These contacts have been collected with this explicit permission of the people concerned.

We will continue to contact you at this e-mail and at any time if you wish to unsubscribe you can do so by clocking on the unsubsribe link at the bottom of this e-mail.

Note: For gmail users there is a … at the bottom of the e-mail which you have to click before you can see this unsubscribe link.

You may also unsubscribe at any time by going to www.irishantiwar.org and enter your e-mail address in the panel called IAWM Bulletin then click the Unsubscribe option and click Submit.

You will get an e-mail asking you to confirm your unsubscribe request.

Note: For gmail users there is a … at the bottom of the e-mail which you have to click before you can see this unsubscribe link.

Thenk you for your continued support

GDPR Principles

  1. Data Collection/consent : Explicit consent from individuals (Data Subjects) when collecting their data. That consent must be very explicit and purpose of data collection must be part of it.
  2. Right to be forgotten: Organisations (DATA CONTROLLERS & DATA PROCESSORS) must give the persons the option for right to be forgotten, in other words , the right to be completely deleted from paper based & digital systems
  3. Secure and access controlled data store: People’s data is securely stored and not used for any other purpose other than the purpose for which consent is given
  4. Capability for organisations to give the requesting persons all the data stored in the system.
  5. All PII (Personally identifiable data) To be encrypted, (bank details name address, email etc)
  6. 30 days response time for the types of  request mentioned
  7. Making sure No data leak/hacking/theft happens.