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What type of information does Datapraxis collect?
Datapraxis does not directly collect any personal information. Instead, we commission work with a variety of other companies that engage in the collection of survey responses from respondents who are fully informed and consent to the survey collection.
The type of information we collect will range from basic demographic information to questions about beliefs and social values. At no point do we ask for personally identifiable information. We also do not work with the information we do collect in such a way that it could become personally identifiable. It is our policy that any information we receive from our suppliers has any and all personally identifiable information removed.
When working with our clients, we will maintain contact information of our clients in the course of normal business relations. This means we do store our clients’ names and contact information in order to facilitate our relationship with them.
How do we collect individual’s data?
Datapraxis does not engage in direct collection of individual’s data or information. We collect data through the following methods:
Survey Data. We work with external companies and organisations to collect any survey data information needed in the course of our work. All survey respondents are required to have their consent gathered before the survey begins. We require that any personally identifiable information that may have been collected be removed from the data before we receive it. This ensures Datapraxis is not collecting nor storing any personally identifiable information.
Open Data. We routinely work with open data that is freely available from local, regional, national, and international governments and organisations. This data does not contain any personally identifiable information. Examples of this type of data are: national censuses, government surveys and data collections, and population demographics.
Purchased Data. From time to time, we purchase data in order to support our work. This data is provided by companies and organisations that specialise in data collection. The data we purchase does not contain, and is required to not contain, any personally identifiable information.
We do not receive personally identifiable information indirectly or directly from any other sources.
How does Datapraxis use individual's data?
Datapraxis only uses data collected in an aggregated format to conduct statistical analysis. We do not process information at an individual level, nor do we attempt to use the data to identify individuals.
Although we do not collect personal information, we may share the survey and open data we do collect with our clients.
In the course of our normal business operations, we will use the contact information of our clients and suppliers. This supports our capability to carry out our normal business relations with clients and suppliers.
How does Datapraxis store individual’s data?
Datapraxis takes security of data seriously. Datapraxis uses a secure cloud based system with multiple layers of access controls to prevent unauthorised access. In addition, our stored data does not contain any personally identifiable information.
If Datapraxis were to need to store personally identifiable information, additional encryption steps are taken to ensure the safety of the data. However, our policy, in the event we were to receive personally identifiable information, is to anonymise the information and permanently delete the personally identifiable information. Datapraxis does not intend at this time to maintain or collect any personally identifiable information.
The data we do retain, is retained at the lengths described in our retention schedule.
Does Datapraxis engage in marketing?
Datapraxis does not engage in direct marketing to consumers. We provide services to selected clients.
Your data protection rights
Datapraxis does not currently maintain any personally identifiable information, nor any way to identify an individual’s record with any certainty. While you do have the right to following, you will be directed to the organisation that collected your data to start any of the processes outlined below:
The right to access – the right to request copies of an individual's personal data from Datapraxis. However, given that our information comes to us with no identifiable elements, it may not be possible to locate your information. We also may charge a small fee for this investigation and information.
The right to rectification – the right to request that Datapraxis correct any information you believe is inaccurate including the right to request Datapraxis complete the information you believe is incomplete. However, given that our information comes to us with no identifiable elements, it may not be possible to locate your information.
The right to erasure – the right to request that Datapraxis erase all of an individual's personal data, under certain conditions. However, given that our information comes to us with no identifiable elements, it may not be possible to locate your information. You will need to contact the organisation that collected the data. We may assist in identifying the organisation you will need to contact if we have the capability to do so.
The right to restrict processing – the right to request that Datapraxis restrict the processing of an individual's personal data, under certain conditions. However, given that our information comes to us with no identifiable elements, it may not be possible to locate your information.
The right to object to processing – right to object to Datapraxis’s processing of an individual's personal data, under certain conditions. However, given that our information comes to us with no identifiable elements, it may not be possible to locate your information. You will need to contact the organisation that collected your information.
The right to data portability – the right to request that Datapraxis transfer the data that we have collected to another organisation, or directly to the individual concerned, under certain conditions. However, given that our information comes to us with no identifiable elements, it may not be possible to locate your information. You will need to contact the organisation that collected your information.
If you make a request, we have one month to respond to you. If you would like to exercise any of these rights, please contact us at our email: firstname.lastname@example.org
However, please note that due to how we receive and store information it may not be possible to assist you directly and you may be referred to the organisation that collected your information.
How to contact the appropriate authority
To report a complaint or if that Datapraxis has not addressed your concern in a satisfactory manner, contact the Information Commissioner's Office in the United Kingdom, the Estonian Data Protection Inspectorate, or your local GDPR regulation office if appropriate. The contact details for the United Kingdom ICO and Estonian DPI are below:
Information Commissioner’s Office, United Kingdom:
Information Commissioner's Office
Estonian Data Protection Inspectorate:
Article in English on how the EDPI can assist: https://www.aki.ee/en/guidelines/how-can-we-help-foreign-persons-and-authorities
Estonian Data Protection Inspectorate
39 Tatari St., 10134 Tallinn
Phone: +372 627 4135