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Data & Privacy
How will this information be used?
The data gathered will be anonymised and used to present insight to stakeholders with interest in the issue of refuse collection in the City of Edinburgh.
Will this information be shared?
The anonymised information will be used to present stakeholders with the views of Edinburgh Central residents regarding refuse collection in Edinburgh. No personal information will be shared with any organisation or person beyond the parliamentary office of Angus Robertson MSP. The anonymised findings from this survey will be shared with multiple stakeholders and be available publicly.
The personal data provided in this survey is to inform my parliamentary work and will not be shared with third parties including campaign or political organisations.
Personal information will be retained by the Office of Angus Robertson MSP until Angus Robertson is no longer the MSP for Edinburgh Central. Respondents will be able to opt out at any time. Contact information will be held with a view to contacting respondents further via the office of Angus Robertson MSP.
Individual responses will also be stored by the provider of the survey platform – SurveyHero – and you will, upon request to our offices, be able to ask for your data to be removed from their servers, located in Dublin. The company is headquartered in Switzerland.
Survey replies will be held securely on Scottish Parliament cloud servers only accessible to the parliamentary office of Angus Robertson MSP. This information will be deleted from the server when Angus Robertson is no longer the MSP for Edinburgh Central. As mentioned in the previous point, SurveyHero, the provider of the survey service, also store responses on their servers, located in Dublin. When Angus Robertson is no longer the MSP for Edinburgh Central all data will be requested to be deleted from their servers.
The legal basis for my surveying you is the public interest task which enables me as an elected representative to engage with you where the processing of personal data is necessary for an activity that supports or promotes democratic engagement. The UK Data Protection Act 2018 provides (in section 8(e)) that one of the circumstances in which the public interest task ground can be applied is where the processing of personal data is necessary for an activity that supports or promotes democratic engagement.
In processing any special categories of personal data provided to me in response to this survey I shall be relying on Article 9 (2) (g) of the UK GDPR used in conjunction with Schedule 1 Part 2 of the UK Data Protection Act 2018 that: processing is necessary for reasons of substantial public interest, on the basis of Union or Member State law which shall be proportionate to the aim pursued, respect the essence of the right to data protection and provide for suitable and specific measures to safeguard the fundamental rights and the interests of the data subject; Schedule 1 Part 2 of the UK Data Protection Act 2018 contains specific ‘substantial public interest’ conditions for Article 9(2)(g).