This website, controlled by MM! The Party Ltd provides marketing information about Mamma Mia! The Party. MM! the Party Ltd is the Data Controller, for the purposes of Data Protection Law, when your personal information is processed as a result of your visit to this website.
We are committed to providing you with relevant information about, and control over, how we process your personal information.
This policy explains what personal information we may record, why we do so, how you may control the use of your information and how we protect your information. Details of your legal rights and how to exercise them are also set out below.
This policy was last updated on 11/08/2021. Any future changes to our policy will be reflected here.
Why we process your personal information
We process your personal information gathered on this website in order to tailor our marketing to your needs and to improve our website for future customers. The specific purposes for which we may process information, and the lawful basis on which we do so in each case, are set out below.
Our legal basis for processing your personal data
The UK and EU GDPR, (Our Global standard of compliance) requires that a Controller must have a legal basis for processing Personal Data. More details are provided in the Schedule of Processing but, in most instances, our legal bases for processing your personal information are:
We will only keep your Personal Data for as long as is necessary to fulfil the purposes we collected it for, which may include satisfying any legal, accounting, or reporting requirements. The retention period depends on the type of Personal Data and the reason we are processing it. Further details of retention periods are set out in the Schedule of Processing which can be found at the end of this document.
When calculating the appropriate retention period for your data, we consider the nature and sensitivity of the data, the purposes for which we are processing the data, and any applicable statutory retention periods. Using these criteria, we regularly review the Personal Data which we hold and the purposes for which it is held and processed.
When we determine that Personal Data can no longer be retained (or where we must comply you request us to delete your data in accordance with your right to do so) we ensure that this data is securely deleted or destroyed.
How do we collect your data?
We will collect your Personal Data directly from you in the following ways:
The personal information collected while you use this website may be transferred to countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA). This may happen, for example, when the computer servers used to host the website, or our advertising and marketing systems are located in a country outside the EEA. If we transfer your personal information outside of the EEA in this way, we will take steps to ensure that your privacy rights continue to be appropriately protected.
Tailoring this website to your needs
We want to make our website easy to personalise. We use preference cookies to store your preferences, such as website language selection, so that you do not need to make the same selections every time you visit our website. These cookies, stored by your browser on your device, will retain your preference choices for 30 days, until you delete them. We record your consent to store cookies when you first visit the site and click on the cookie notice, and we provide details of how to change your settings within this page.
Improving the effectiveness of our website
Targeting and measuring the effectiveness of our digital marketing
We want to be transparent about how we process your data and to ensure that you can exercise your legal rights:
In order to exercise your rights please contact the Data Protection Officer at email@example.com.
However, if you are not satisfied with our answer, you can also contact the relevant competent supervisory authority. In the UK, the relevant supervisory authority is the ICO, contact details of which can be found below.
If you consider MM! The Party to process your personal data in an incorrect way you can contact us. You also have the right to make a complaint about it to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
They can be contacted at:
Information Commissioner’s Office