Last updated: 16 September 2014
CUSTOMER PRIVACY IS IMPORTANT TO NEW WINE, AND THIS STATEMENT OUTLINES OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU WITH REGARDS TO YOUR PRIVACY. PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PRIVACY PRACTICES OR THE CONTENT OF OTHER WEBSITES TO WHICH WE PROVIDE LINKS.
New Wine reserves the right to photograph or film volunteers or delegates within public areas at New Wine conferences and events. Only official New Wine photographers will be authorised, and are recognisable by a New Wine ‘press pass’.
Only distance photography will be taken during ministry times, and we will not photograph faces.
For children’s venues at our National Gatherings (Gems up to Club One), there is a section on the children’s registration form where parents can indicate whether or not their children can be photographed/filmed. The photographer will liaise with the team leader to schedule an exact time and date for photography within each venue, so that children can be moved to the dedicated area at the appropriate time. Consent will be gained from parents for photographing/filming children outside of children’s venues.
All photographs taken for New Wine are the property of New Wine and may be used for illustrative purposes, such as for the website or brochures, for educational purposes, such as providing a visual explanation of the different activities that run during the conferences, or as a resource for future marketing and promotion of New Wine events.
It is the responsibility of New Wine to make sure that all staff, delegates and volunteers are aware that there may be photography and filming in the public spaces provided. This should be made clear through public notices, signs and/or visual projection.
All personal data is collected and stored in line with the Data Protection Act 1998.
On registration, you signify your consent to us collecting and using your information. Should we elect to change our policy, we will notify you of those changes here.
The following information is collected to create your user account and profile: Name, postal address, email address, your church information, gender and date of birth (a photograph is required for team applications).
New Wine allows under 18s to create personal accounts for the purpose of team applications. This information will not be used by anyone other than New Wine employees and National Gatherings Team Leaders.
The security of your account depends on the protection of your account password. Please do not disclose your password to any unauthorised people.
Access to your account is limited to New Wine employees. New Wine will only access your personal information to provide you with technical support, for event booking administration, and to deliver services that you have registered for, such as subscription to the New Wine magazine mailing list.
New Wine will not disclose your personal details outside of our organisation unless obliged by law.
In the case of Team Applications for the National Gatherings, your Team Leader will be able to view personal details relating to your application.
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Cookies cannot look into your computer and obtain information about you or your family, or read any material stored on your hard drive.
Cookies do not in any way compromise the security of your computer.
Cookies will not be used to contact you for marketing purposes.
If you have any further security concerns or queries, please don’t hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org