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Commercial Victimisation Survey > Privacy

The Commercial Victimisation Survey and your personal data

This Privacy Policy explains who we are, the personal data we collect, how we use it, who we share it with, and what your legal rights are.

About Ipsos MORI

Market & Opinion Research International Limited is a specialist research agency, commonly known as “Ipsos MORI”. Ipsos MORI is part of the Ipsos worldwide group of companies, and a member of the Market Research Society. As such we abide by the Market Research Society Code of Conduct and associated regulations and guidelines.

What personal data and data about businesses has Ipsos MORI received for this survey?

What is Ipsos MORI’s legal basis for processing your personal data?

Ipsos MORI requires a legal basis to process your personal data. Ipsos MORI’s legal basis for processing is your consent to take part in this Commercial Victimisation Survey. If you wish to withdraw your consent at any time, please see the section below covering ‘Your Rights’.

How will Ipsos MORI use any personal data including survey responses you provide?

Firstly, responding to this survey is entirely voluntary and any answers are given with your consent.
Ipsos MORI will keep your responses in strict confidence in accordance with this Privacy Policy. Ipsos MORI can assure you that you will NOT be identifiable in any published results.

Who we share your data with

Ipsos MORI is administering all aspects of the survey, so will not be sharing any data with third parties.

How will Ipsos MORI ensure my personal information is secure?

Ipsos MORI takes its information security responsibilities seriously and applies various precautions to ensure your information is protected from loss, theft or misuse. Security precautions include appropriate physical security of offices and controlled and limited access to computer systems.
Ipsos MORI has regular internal and external audits of its information security controls and working practices, and is accredited to the International Standard for Information Security, ISO 27001.

How long will Ipsos MORI retain my personal data and identifiable responses?

Ipsos MORI will only retain your data in a way that can identify you for as long as is necessary to support the research project and findings. In practice, this means that once we have satisfactorily reported the anonymous research findings, we will securely remove your personal, identifying data from our systems.

For this project, we will securely remove your personal data from our systems by 1 July 2019.

Your rights

You have the right to access your personal data within the limited period that Ipsos MORI holds it.
Providing responses to this survey is entirely voluntary and is done so with your consent. You have the right to withdraw your consent and to object to our processing of your personal data at any time.
You also have the right to rectify any incorrect or out-of-date personal data about you which we may hold.
If you want to exercise your rights, please contact us at the Ipsos MORI address below.
You have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), if you have concerns on how we have processed your personal data. You can find details about how to contact the Information Commissioner’s Office at https://ico.org.uk/global/contact-us/ or by sending an email to: casework@ico.org.uk.

Where will my personal data be held and processed?

All of your personal data used and collected for this survey will be stored by Ipsos MORI in data centres and servers within the United Kingdom.

How can I contact Ipsos MORI about this survey and/or my personal data?

Contact Ipsos MORI:

Email: compliance@ipsos.com with “18-031773-01 Commercial Victimisation Survey” in the email subject line.

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18-031773-01 Commercial Victimisation Survey
Compliance Department
Market and Opinion Research International Limited (Ipsos MORI)
3 Thomas More Square
London E1W 1YW
United Kingdom

 

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