Data collecting, storing, sharing or selling. And data breaches

Hana Bednarova made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Dorset Police

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Roedd y cais yn llwyddiannus.

Dear Dorset Police,

am making a Freedom of Information request to find out the answers to the below
questions. Please provide your responses in electronic format. Thank you in advance for
your time spent answering them.

Can I have your records pertaining to sales of personal data from 2019 (01.01.2019) to 2020 (31.12.2020), including trading partners and money earned from transactions?

Do you use tracking cookies on your website, and can I have a list of third parties
that you share personal data with?

Have you received any complaints about how you handle personal data? This
includes collecting, storing, sharing or selling, as well as wider processing
practices. Please can I view records pertaining to these complaints for the years 2019 and 2020?

How many Subject access requests did you receive in the period 2019-2020,
broken down by year? What types of personal data did they typically receive? For
example email addresses, home address and telephone number?

How many data breaches have you experienced for the past 5 years (broken down by each year).

Yours faithfully,

Hana Bednarova

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.Freedom of Information, Dorset Police

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Dear Ms Bednarova

Please find attached the response to your above numbered Freedom of
Information Request.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

[1]Logo Description automatically generated

[2]Text Description automatically generated with low confidence      Steve
Hawkins                            

      Freedom of Information Officer

      Tel: 01392 226770   I   Internal: 303770

 

Alliance Information Management Department

Elliot House, Devon and Cornwall Police, HQ Middlemoor, EX2 7HQ

 

 

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