Please not that this page is temporary and will be updated very soon to ensure that we meet the GDPR requirements.
It is a policy of Second City Sound to introduce new members to the club and promote the barbershop experience to the general public. To do this effectively via the medium of our website we may use Google Analytics to improve our effectiveness in achieving these goals.
Google Analytics collects standard internet logging information and details of visitor behaviour to produce patterns that can be analysed to allow us to monitor such things as number of visitors to the site and which parts of the site have been visited. What we do not allow Google Analytics to do is interrogate our database for any personal data that is held there, thus maintaining the anonymity of our members and visitors alike.
Mailing lists and news letter subscriptions.
We do not currently use either of these but if at a later date we decide that there would be value in using them (and other such tools) we will inform the membership and give them an opportunity to positively either opt in or opt out.
What we collect at registration.
At the time of registration we will collect from you: your full name, your email address, and ask you to provide and verify a password. These entries must be completed in order that you may view the members pages of the Second City Sound website. These details will not be made public without your positive consent, but will be stored on a secure database with advanced database encryption for maximum security.
Sharing personal information.
We do not share any of your personal data with any third party and that will remain our long term policy. We do, however, allow other club members to access the following data in a members list: Name, Email Address and date of last login. We do this because we are a social club and as such members may wish to communicate individually with other members. If you do not wish to have your data published in this way an opt out is provided.
Other stored information.
After registration members will have an opportunity to complete a profile of themselves. Completion of this profile is completely voluntary. The data stored will be as much or as little as the member wishes to submit. The profile will be available for viewing only to other club members.
Your rights to data protection.
Should you wish to view, amend or delete your personal information in whole or in part, you can do this by contacting our Membership Secretary Elaine Mobsby or editing your profile in the website.