The General Data Protection Regulation has introduced new Privacy Notice requirements. These are called the “Right to be Informed”.
Organisations that collect and use your personal information are required to provide you with a Privacy Notice, sometimes called a Fair Processing Notice, to provide information to which you are legally entitled to.
There are two ways of doing this, the first is what organisations must provide to you when they collect your personal information from you. You may fill out a form online, or a paper application, or even give your personal information to an organisation over the phone. Where you do this, you will be provided with what is called an “Article 13” Privacy Notice.
The second is where organisations collect and use personal information that they have collected from another organisation, and not from you. In these instances, they are required to provide you an “Article 14” Privacy Notice. These two Notices are very similar but the main difference is that the Article 14 version must tell you where the organisation got your information from.
Privacy Notices are designed to inform you of how your personal data is being used but also give you control over it, that is one of the main focuses of the General Data Protection Regulation.
Birmingham Airport Privacy Notices
If you have given the Airport personal information and not received a Privacy Notice please contact the Airports Data Protection Officer immediately on the below contact details.