The TS Mercury Old Boys Advisory Group, as a non-commercial old school organisation, holds information about former Association members to allow it to keep in contact. This Policy explains how we maintain, store and use the personally identifiable information that we hold.
Data collected from former MOBA members:
We hold the following data for every former MOBA members and any subsequent new contacts that have asked to be included:
- Name (and Mercury number where appropriate)
- Home address
When supplied by the member, we also hold:
- Email addresses
- Telephone numbers
If you are content that we retain this information about you, you need take no further action.
How data is collected and stored? As a former member of MOBA we record your name, address and if given, your email address and phone no. These are stored in a secure database maintained the Advisory Group. Former members should forward details of any changes in their personal data to the Advisory Group, which will continue to function in an informal way until it finally disbands. Until that time all data will be securely held. After that time all individual records of members will be destroyed and members will be advised via the website.
Archived information. This policy only refers to MOBA records held since it first established in 1978. Archived information, whilst the school was open, forms part of the history of the Mercury and will be retained in the records of the school. These have been transferred to the Hampshire County Records Office, in Winchester. No personal information about MOBA members was included.
How the data is used? Data collected by the MOBA is used only to communicate with members for the purposes of providing information, arranging events, or facilitating the effective running of the Association and is not shared with any third party.
Access to data. Details will only be shared with other persons with the permission of the former member. Those wishing to make contact with other former members, whose details we hold, can ask the Advisory Group to forward an email, or a letter (which must have the postage prepaid).
How will the Advisory Group ensure that data is up to date? Members should advise any changes in their details.
Data rights and retention. Former MOBA members may request a copy of the information held about them at any time and will receive a response within one month. They can also instruct the Association to remove their details.
Signed on behalf of the Advisory Group
Captain D. A. Parsons, Former MOBA Chairman
Updated 29th June 2023