GDPR

What is GDPR?

GDPR stands for the General Data Protection Regulation for the European Union, which comes into force in May 2018. It is a legislation that has been introduced to ensure there is a consistent approach to data regulation.

What is the goal of the GDPR?

The purpose of GDPR is to provide a set of standardised data protection laws across the EU. The aim will be to ensure that people understand how and why their data is being used.

What types of personal data do you hold?

All the sorts of data we hold is detailed in our Privacy Policy and our Cookie Policy. However, most of the data we hold is anonymous, and cannot identify you personally. All personal data is stored securely

What is a ‘data subject’?

A living individual who is the subject of personal data.

What is a ‘data controller’?

We (Weird Fish Ltd) are the data controller for our customers and we ensure we only process data for the purposes it has been provided for.

What is a ‘data processor’?

In relation to personal data this means any person (excluding an employee of the data controller) who processes the data on behalf of the data controller. We use suppliers who process the data on our behalf, which includes being able to take your payment for an order and being able to use your address to post your order to you.