our contact details

André Nilsen
Chairman and Managing Director
Oxford Council on Good Governance
4 Citygate, 78 St. Clements Street
Oxford OX4 1AW
privacy | a | ocgg . org

the information type we have

We may collect and process the following information

  • contact details
  • the usual information that websites collect from visitors

how we received the information and why we have it

Some personal information is received directly from you

  • through your interaction with us for our provision of services and other standard organizational reasons
  • through your use of our website for our website operation and other normal organizational reasons

Other personal information is received indirectly from

  • open sources for research and other common organizational reasons

The GDPR lawful information processing basis is that

  • we have legitimate interests

what we do with the information

We use the information to

  • manage the organization in line with the above purposes

We may share this information with

  • our IT service providers, who automatically collect and process this information, many of whom are based outside the EU, but who are covered by frameworks such as the EU-US privacy shield
  • other highly trusted parties

cookie policy

The normal kinds of cookies may be set by our website. This is not something we add but simply comes as an integrated dimension of the standard website services provided by WordPress.com, the world’s largest website provider. WordPress.com explains that it “is not a tool which gives [website owners] a lot of personally or legally sensitive details on [their] visitors”. WordPress.com is run by Automattic. For detailed information on what they do and why, please see their privacy notice for visitors to their users’ sites and their cookie policy. They also explain that you can use your browser to control cookies in addition to the banner button.

how we store the information

Your information is securely stored. We keep all information only for the minimum time period required by each specific task, at which point we securely destroy it.

your data protection rights

Your GDPR rights include

  • access to copies of information
  • rectification of inaccurate on incomplete information
  • erasure of information in certain circumstances
  • restriction of processing of information in certain circumstances
  • objection to processing of information in certain circumstances
  • data portability in certain circumstances

Not all apply for all legal bases. There is no fee. Organizations have no obligation to comply with manifestly unfounded or excessive requests. The legal response time is one month.

how to complain

Complaints can be made to
The Information Commissioner’s Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane