Information you need to know
1. What this policy covers
The data controller (who determines the purposes and manner in which your personal data is used) is Honey Badger (referred to in this policy as “Honey Badger”, “we”, “us” or “our”.
Honey Badger is a company registered in England and Wales with registration no 12638569 registered office house 112-114 Witton Street, Northwich, England, CW9 5NW.
● sets out how you interact with us and the types of personal data that we collect
● explains the reasons why we use the data we collect
● explains when and why we will share personal data with third party organisations; and
● explains the rights and choices you have when it comes to your personal data
We offer a range of services, so we want you to be clear about what this Policy covers. This Policy applies to you if you use our services (referred to in this Policy as “our Services”). Our service is the work we undertake with our clients/customers. This includes, but is not limited to, consultancy, advisory roles and leadership training and support, alongside community based research and qualitative research endeavours with relevant parties.
Using our service means:
● Clients/customers of Honey Badger’s consulting and leadership expertise (“Clients”)
● Taking part in surveys for landscape mapping and qualitative data (“Users”);
● Participation in research workshops, interviews and similar activities (“Users”)
2. Personal data we collect about you
When using the term “personal data” in our Policy, we mean information that relates to you. We will not be collecting data that can be used to identify you.
3. Why we process your data
We process your data in order to produce more representative insights to GMCA, the UK and international research, and subsequently help our clients adequately represent ethnic minority interests and offer products and services to you which are catered to your interests.
4. Categories of data we collect
This is information about you which is defined under Article 6(1) of the GDPR. For the purpose of conducting our surveys we gather the following general information from you:
● Date of birth;
● Level of educational attainment;
● Marital status; and
● Number of dependants.
Special categories of data
This is special information that data protection law says is more sensitive (sometimes referred to as
sensitive personal data) and it needs more protection. For CurbSights, we gather and process the
following information about you for the purpose of our insights:
● Your racial or ethnic origin;
● Your religious beliefs; and
● Your sexual orientation.
We can and will only process this information when you have given explicit consent for us to do so.
5. Who we share your personal data with
The nature of our work determines that we carry out insights work on behalf of a number of organisations to ascertain certain philosophical beliefs and attitudes of certain demographics.
Consequently, we will frequently share the results of surveys we conduct where we process your personal data. At no time will we share the data we have collected from you with our clients. If at any time we need to share any data with third party organisations we will not do so without your explicit consent.
6. How long we use personal data for
We will not keep your personal data for longer than we need to, and will only use your personal data for the purposes set out in this Policy. We will always keep your personal data in accordance with legal and regulatory requirements.
Your personal information is kept for as long as you decide to continue answering surveys, polls and quizzes with us - which details to us that your account is active.
Once you opt out, we will delete your information immediately from our systems.
7. How we protect your personal data
We know how important it is to protect and manage your personal data. This section sets out some of the measures we have in place:
● We apply physical, electronic and procedural safeguards in connection with the collection, storage and disclosure of personal data;
● We protect the security of your information while it is being transmitted by encrypting it;
● We use computer safeguards such as firewalls and data encryption to keep this data safe
● We only authorise access to employees and trusted partners who need it to carry out their responsibilities; and
● We will ask for proof of identity before we share your personal data with you
8. Your rights
You have the following rights in relation to your information:
a. Right to access your data: You can request a copy of your information which we hold (this is known as a subject access request).
b. Right to rectification of your data: You can require us to correct any mistakes in your
information which we hold.
c. Right to restriction of processing of your data: You may request that we cease processing your information.
d. Right to erasure of your data: You can ask us to erase your information (also known as the “right to be forgotten”).
e. Right of data portability: You have the right to transfer your personal data between data
controllers in certain circumstances.
f. Right to complain to the Supervisory authority: If you have any complaints about the way
in which we collect, store and use your information, you can contact the supervisory authority
in the United Kingdom, the Information Commissioner’s Office: https://ico.org.uk/concerns/
If you would like to request any of the above, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make any such requests. We will comply with the data protection legislation in responding to any such requests.
9. Withdrawing consent
At any time in which you decide you no longer want us to process your personal data, you have the right to withdraw your consent. This will in no way serve as a detriment to our services to you. To withdraw your consent to us,