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This PRIVACY POLICY outlines and protects your rights in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation and includes: Lancett Hypnosis; Peter Lancett; Soul Path Attunement; Manifest Your Miracle; Suburban Shamanism; Avalon Goddess Shamanic Healing, all of which are the Healing and Well-being practices of Peter Lancett


Peter Lancett, Lancett Hypnosis, Soul Path Attunement, Manifest Your Miracle, Suburban Shamanism, Avalon Goddess Shamanic Healing, use your email address, only with your express consent, as the basis for distributing free newsletters, marketing information and special offers directly to you. Your email address will also be used to reply to any queries you may have sent, or in reply to any other form of correspondence.
Your personal information, including your name and your email address and any other information that might identify you as a particular individual will NEVER be given, sold, or otherwise distributed to ANY third party by Peter Lancett, Soul Path Attunement, Manifest Your Miracle, Suburban Shamanism or Avalon Goddess Shamanic Healing.
You have the right to opt out from receipt of email-delivered materials at any time by communicating your wish to us via email with the word STOP in the subject line.

In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation, Peter Lancett, Soul Path Attunement, Manifest Your Miracle, Suburban Shamanism and Avalon Goddess Shamanic Healing state that the Lawful Basis for Processing your data, as defined by the GDPR, is: CONSENT (scroll down page to see table below)

Below is an outline for the basis of my obligation to you under the GDPR

My Obligations to you as defined by the GDPR:

You must now inform people upfront about your lawful basis for processing their personal data. You need therefore to communicate this information to individuals by 25 May 2018, and ensure that you include it in all future privacy notices.

Relevant provisions in the GDPR - See Article 6 and Recital 171, and Article 5(2)

To comply with the accountability principle in Article 5(2), you must be able to demonstrate that a lawful basis applies.

If no lawful basis applies to your processing, your processing will be unlawful and in breach of the first principle. Individuals also have the right to erase personal data which has been processed unlawfully.

The individual’s right to be informed under Article 13 and 14 requires you to provide people with information about your lawful basis for processing.  This means you need to include these details in your privacy notice.

The lawful basis for your processing can also affect which rights are available to individuals. For example, some rights will not apply:

A business or individual collecting email information for marketing purposes should use “Consent” as the legal basis.

Note that individuals must have the right to withdraw consent at any time.

Consent must be by OPT IN, and not assumed, or obtained by using pre-checked check boxes.

Your rights under the terms of the act can be found in the relevant section of the act by clicking the following link:

The principle of accountability requires you to be able to demonstrate that you are complying with the GDPR, and have appropriate policies and processes. This means that you need to be able to show that you have properly considered which lawful basis applies to each processing purpose and can justify your decision.      

You need therefore to keep a record of which basis you are relying on for each processing purpose, and a justification for why you believe it applies. There is no standard form for this, as long as you ensure that what you record is sufficient to demonstrate that a lawful basis applies. This will help you comply with accountability obligations, and will also help you when writing your privacy notices.

It is your responsibility to ensure that you can demonstrate which lawful basis applies to the particular processing purpose.

Read the accountability section of this guide for more on this topic. There is also further guidance on documenting consent or legitimate interests assessments in the relevant pages of the guide.

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