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Hi all, looking for some advice,

 

I am a member of a sports club that has 20 committee members, can I ask if everyone of those committee members is entitled to see my personal data?

 

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As they are committee members, they may be officers of the club and they may have access to some data relating to you. You probably need to tell us more the story.

Certainly if they had access to the data then they will be very strict rules about how it was used

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Hi BankFodder thanks for reply, on the list of committee members 7 are listed as office bearers the rest are just committee members, in the club constitution it says committee members are agents of the club.

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So why don't you tell us the story

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I sent a Subject Access Request to the club's data controller and he brought my request up at a committee meeting where it was discussed by the committee members that were present, because of this SAR one member of the committee decided to block me from accessing some of my data till they had replied to my request.

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4 minutes ago, Man in the middle said:

What prompted you to do that? Tell us the story. Nobody can help you when you supply information in dribs and drabs.

Sorry, but I don't understand why you want to know my reasons for sending a SAR when my original question was about who in a clubs committee is entitled to see my data.

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If your club is required to have a credit licence, it would be the appointed credit controller officer. But data protection detail should be contained within your membership docs. Especially since the tightening of the law a few years go.

 

Only you can give permission to share you data in this instance. Unless by order of the court.

 

I would google t ICO compliance it should give you a list of exemptions, or call the club and ask. There are so many variables, that it would be impossible to give an accurate answer without the detail.

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3 hours ago, howlsatthemoon said:

Sorry, but I don't understand why you want to know my reasons for sending a SAR when my original question was about who in a clubs committee is entitled to see my data.

Because very often, hidden in the background, is something which may help give you appropriate assistance. But since you don't want to discuss it I'll let you keep it to yourself. And rather than spend time trying to pull teeth, I'll keep my advice to myself.  🙂

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