At several points in this site, you can submit personal information. The information that you give us will be treated in accordance with the Data Protection principles outlined in the Data Protection Act 1998.
Middlesex University is required by law to comply with the Data Protection Act, 1998 (the 1998 Act). To comply with the law, information is collected and used fairly, stored safely and not disclosed to any other person unlawfully. To do this Middlesex University complies with the Data Protection Principles which are set out in the 1998 Act. In summary these state that personal data shall be:
- processed fairly and lawfully and shall not be processed unless certain conditions are met.
- obtained for specified and lawful purposes and not further processed in a manner incompatible with that purpose.
- adequate, relevant and not excessive.
- accurate and where necessary up to date.
- kept for no longer than necessary.
- processed in accordance with data subjects' rights.
- protected by appropriate security.
- not transferred without adequate protection. The University is committed to ensuring that current employees comply with this Act regarding the confidentiality of any personal data held by the University, in whatever medium.
The site carries information that is already publicly available, such as organisational structures, staff contacts and photographs of key staff. Wherever necessary, permissions have been sought before publication of material. Information that is already publicly available is exempt from the 1998 Act. It is the policy of Middlesex University to make public as much information about the University as possible.
The images on this site are either covered by our own copyright or, where the copyright holder is another person or organisation, have been specifically cleared for our our use by the owner. When we take pictures of individuals on University grounds and involved in University activities for publication on this site or in other media and the individuals are clearly identifiable, we seek written consent from the individual concerned for the use of their image in University materials. If you are in an image on this site and have not consented to its use and would prefer it to be removed, please contact the administrator.
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