Why your personal data will be processed?
Sharing your personal data with me, Inga Liljestrom at "Myriad – Sound Healing and Music" (referred below as “I” or “Me”) acting as data controller, enables Me to send you information about your enquiries and session details, and if you subscribe to my mailing list, enables me to send you information in this regard. I will, with your permission, also take notes during our consultation together (referred below as ‘Consultation Data’). This will include any contraindications to sound healing you may have.
What does the personal data include?
These personal data include first name, last name, email address, telephone or mobile number (if necessary), contraindications or health issues that I need to know about for the sound session, therefore health information and notes made during the session.
How do I collect personal data from you?
Through direct interaction with me, for example when you enquire about a consultation, during a consultation, when you sign up for my mailing list, when you write to me, and when you give feedback or post comments or leave a review.
How long do I keep your personal data?
For the Consultation Data, your personal data will be kept safely on a password protected database, for a period of 2 years, after which time it will be deleted from my database. For the data related to the mailing list, data will be kept 6 years after which it will either be anonymised or deleted.
Who do I share your personal data with?
I will not share your personal information with any third parties. This website contains links to other websites. I am not responsible for the privacy policies or practices of third party websites.
LEGAL COMPLIANCE AND SECURITY
Compliance with laws
I may process your personal data in order to comply with applicable laws (for example, if I am required to co-operate with an investigation pursuant to a court order). Where legally permitted I will inform you ahead of such transfer. I may also disclose personal information if I determine in good faith that disclosure is reasonably necessary to protect my rights and pursue available remedies, investigate fraud, or protect my operations or other clients. Transfers out of the UK and EEA The above-mentioned sharing may imply transfer of your personal data out of the UK and the European Economic Area (EEA). I pay particular attention to the processing of your personal data, for this very reason, where such transfer out of the UK or EEA takes place, I implement measures to ensure that transferred personal data benefit from an adequate level of protection. You can obtain more information on the guarantees in place by contacting the above-mentioned email address.
What are your rights?
In relation to the above-mentioned processes, you have the right to request access to your data in a structured and standard format, for your data to be modified or for your data to be deleted. You are also entitled to object to the processing of your personal data or to request restriction thereof. In case of any request, exercise of your rights or complaint in relation to how I process your personal data, please send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to access the consultation form and any notes made during our session together, I can email you an electronic copy within one month of your request.
In any case, you also have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent data protection authority.
Children Age 13 and Under: I recognise the special obligation to protect personally identifiable information obtained from children age 13 and under. As such, if you are 13 years old or younger, I request that you not submit any personal information to the site. If I discover that a child age 13 or younger has signed up on the Site or provided us with personally identifiable information, I will delete that child’s identifiable information from our records. I, nonetheless encourages parents to go online with their kids.
Here are a few tips to help make a child’s online experience safer:
1. Teach kids never to give personal information, unless supervised by a parent or responsible adult.
2. Includes name, address, phone, school, etc.
3. Know the sites your kids are visiting and which sites are appropriate.
4. Look for Website privacy policies. Know how your child’s information is treated.
5. Check out the FTC’s site for more tips on protecting children's privacy online.