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Right to be forgotten
The right to be forgotten
The 'Right to be Forgotten' is one of the fundamental requirements of the GDPR legislation. There is an option in Charitylog that will anonymise anyone who makes this request.
Obviously data about a person can relate to many different aspects of the work of the charity and sit in many places throughout a database. Charitylog will remove or anonymise the data in the system in one process.
There is a degree of control over this in the sense that you might want to hold some basic background information about the client for reporting purposes, such as age or ethnic group. You have full control over this process and once anonymised, it is impossible to get the data back - we do not hold it.
All data is hosted using secure, highly reputable Data Centres in the UK.
Assign different permissions to different groups of users.
Use 2FA for an extra level of security.
Separate training and test (sandbox) systems without affecting your live data.
Keep on top of GDPR compliance with configurable consent options, including expiry notifications.
Easily provide personal information upon request.
Users only see the fields that are relevant to the work they are doing.