Red Lines

Privacy notice

Privacy Policy - Red Lines

Red Lines is a campaign run by Labour councillors to stand up for Londoners against damaging Tory government cuts.

This page explains how we collect and use personal data and provides information about your rights in respect of your personal data for we hold.

Data collection and use

You may be asked for personal information if you complete one of the forms on this site. We may also collect personal information when you interact with us on social media sites such as Facebook or Twitter.

In each case, we will only use the information about you for the purpose for which you provide it.

We will never sell or share your personal information with other organisations for their direct marketing purposes without your explicit consent. We may share your data with third parties to perform services on your behalf of and to help promote Red Lines by serving you advertisements and content online about our campaigns we think you might be interested in.

Personal information you submit on the Red Lines website is stored on secure servers. Occasionally, in order to complete your request as outlined above, we may need to transfer personal information you submit to us to countries or jurisdictions outside the EEA.  In each case, we ensure that our suppliers provide adequate protection for the rights of data individuals in connection the transfer of their personal data. Currently, we expect all suppliers to use the standard contractual clause approved by the European Union or be subject to Privacy Shield scheme in the United States.

We will only keep your personal information for as long as it is necessary to fulfil the purposes described in this policy or until you ask not to be contacted further.

IP Addresses and Cookies

This site does not automatically capture or store personal information, other than logging the user’s IP Address or the location of your computer or network on the Internet, for systems administration and troubleshooting purposes.  We also use IP addresses in the aggregate to track which pages people visit in order to improve the quality of the site.

A cookie is a tiny text file that is stored on your computer. Cookies may be used in order to tailor your experience on this site according to the preferences you have specified. Cookies on this website do not contain personally identifiable information, other than your IP address, which itself is only very rarely enough to identify you as an individual.

Links to other websites

This website may contain links to other websites. Red lines is not responsible for the content or privacy practices of these websites.

Correcting your information

If you need to change your e-mail address, you can unsubscribe from our mailing lists and sign up again using your new information. Or if you have registered with a username and password you may change your details at any time via the login page without needing to re-register.

Opting-out, your rights and contacting us about privacy

You have a number of rights in relation to your personal information and the opportunity to choose how it is used. You can:

-Obtain copies of the personal information we hold about you (known as a “subject access request”)

-Request that we correct or update any personal information held about you

-Ask that we erase or restrict the way in which we use your information

-Request that personal information you have given your consent for us to use is provided in an electronic format so it can be transferred to another data controller (also known as “data portability”)

You may opt out of receiving further communications from us at any time by unsubscribing using the link at the bottom of any email we send you or contact us using the details below. All requests to unsubscribe are dealt with promptly, and in all cases within a 14 days.

If you wish to exercise your rights in respect of your personal data or have any concerns about how your data is used, please contact us by email or write to us at Red Lines. C/O 65 Barnsbury Street, London, N1 1EJ.

Alternatively, you have right to raise any issues or concerns directly with the Information Commissioner’s Office.