Changes to how we manage your data

If you are currently receiving any emails, from editorial newsletters to information about members and events, you’ll need to opt in to continue receiving them. We’ve made doing so as easy as possible. Please let us know if you would like to continue receiving emails from Igala UK. Some frequently asked questions are answered below:

What is changing in the law?

The EU have introduced a new law, which is designed to give you more control over how companies collect and use your personal data. It’s called General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and comes into effect on 25 May 2018.

GDPR applies to all organisations located within the EU. As Igala UK is registered in England and Wales, it’s governed by EU regulations. We are therefore contacting everyone currently receiving communications from Igala UK to ensure we have your up to date data preferences.

The new law will continue to apply after the UK leaves the European Union.

Why Do I need to opt-in to continue receiving email from Igala UK?

If you do not opt-in using this form, your data will be deleted from Igala UK and you will no longer receive any email communication from us. Your membership to Igala UK will not be affected.

What data do you collect when I sign up for an email?

When you sign up to receive email from us, you choose how we contact you and what you’d like to receive from us. To find out more about data we collect and how we use it, please refer to the Privacy Policy, a link to which is available at the bottom of all of our website pages.

If I opt in for email, will you share my contact details with other organisations?

No, we never share your personal data with third parties for their own marketing purposes. All messages are sent by us, however we may tell you if there are any marketing or special offers in these messages.

What information does Igala UK currently hold on members for email communication

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