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The European Union GDPR regulation, which came into effect from 25th May 2018, gives you a number of additional rights. I am required to adhere to these new regulations, and this page will outline how we are going to do this and what you can do if you have given me your personal data in the past.

As a matter of course, I do not use 'mailing lists' to contact people who have previously supplied me with their information, for example when they enquired about booking me or have asked a question via a web form on my website. I am a Data Protection Officer for another company I am a director for and am listed with the ICO.

When I Hold Your Information
The following circumstances outline when I may hold information about you:

- When you send an email to me, information which you provide within the body of the email will be visible to me. In addition, standard email header attributes such as your email address will also be available to me. You have the right to request that I delete all emails you have sent to on demand, and you can see how to do this in the 'Right to Be Forgotten' section of the page.

- When you fill in details using the web form on my website, this information will be available to me as an authorised data controller. All forms created after May 25th 2018 are fully compliant with GDPR, and you can see specific information on the form itself. All form information will be held for only as long as is necessary for the purpose of the form. For example, a form requesting information about hiring my services as a DJ or host

- Interactions with the DJ Matt Cadman pages on Instagram, Facebook and other social media are governed by the privacy policy of these companies.

Right To Be Forgotten
GDPR gives you the right to be forgotten. It means you can ask me to delete every piece of personal information I hold about you.

To request a deletion, please contact me and include as much information as possible so that I can deal with your request.

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