Objection to data processing under legitimate interests
There is no requirement to complete this form but the information provided will help us to respond to your request in the most efficient manner. Should you choose not to use this form, please submit your request in writing and include your proof of identity as indicated at the bottom of the form.
We will normally only accept requests by the Account Holder or the Gymnast; unless there is a legitimate reason why that would not be the case.
There are some processing activities that we undertake because they are in our legitimate interests (or those of a third party). These activities are outlined in our privacy notices. You have a right to object to such processing. In some cases, if you object we will cease the processing your personal data for the purpose to which you object. However, in other cases, we will first need to undertake an assessment to determine whether your objection to a specific purpose is sufficient to override the legitimate interest in continuing to processing the data for that purpose. Where appropriate, we will consider whether the processing activities can be refined or limited or additional safeguards put in place.
Proof of identity
So that we can confirm the identity of the person raising the objection, any objection must be accompanied by a photocopy of a document that includes your full name, address and DOB (e.g. driving licence or passport). Once we receive your objection, we will hold it until you are able to either send or bring in your proof of identity. We will respond to your request within 21 days but may need to contact you to request additional information to verify identity.
Please bear in mind that in some cases, objections to processing may affect our ability to provide services intended for your or the gymnast's benefit.
Security and emails
- We use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) to encrypt and protect email traffic. If your mail server does not support SSL, you should be aware that any emails you send to us may not be protected in transit.