This privacy statement is intended to help you understand the online information security practices of www.hotline.ie.
www.hotline.ie takes all reasonable steps to keep data collected on this site private and confidential at all times, in accordance with the requirements of all current legislation relating to data protection as outlined in the Data Protection Act 1988 and Data Protection (Amendment) Act 2003.
Data Protection Act 1988
Data Protection (Amendment) Act 2003
Reports can be made to www.hotline.ie either anonymously or non-anonymously. Users who make an anonymous report can do so without providing any personally identifiable information at all and we do not attempt to collect this information via cookies or scripts.
Personally identifiable information submitted to www.hotline.ie when making a non-anonymous report is stored in a secure database. Once the report has been investigated and closed, the reporters contact data is deleted within a 90 day period. Users who provide an email address when making a report will receive a Report Acknowledgement from us. We may also use this email address to contact the user in order to request further details if necessary. Personal data relating to persons making reports, which is held by us, is not transmitted to any third-parties or law enforcement agencies. We do not pass on personal details to law enforcement without a court order.
Making a Report via email
Reports can be made to the www.hotline.ie email address email@example.com. When you email the Hotline your email program automatically includes your email address in it. This information is held in our database while the target material of the report is investigated. Once the report has been investigated and closed, the reporters contact data is deleted within a 90 day period.
Personally identifiable information submitted to www.hotline.ie when making a non-anonymous report is stored in a secure database. This database is held on a secure encrypted PC and requires login using a password. Backups of the database are also encrypted and locked in a secure storage area.
Access to Personal Data
You have the right of access to the personal data held about you by www.hotline.ie. This data can be obtained by sending a written request to The Hotline Manager, www.hotline.ie, 25 Sandyford Office Park, Sandyford, Dublin 18. You also have the right to require www.hotline.ie to correct any inaccuracies in the information we hold about you.
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The Hotline Manager
ISPAI www.hotline.ie Service
Unit 25 Sandyford Office Park