NFU Scotland always acts in compliance with the UK Data Protection Act 1998. This means we capture, store and manage your data responsibly at all times.
As you browse, we may collect information about your browsing behaviour by using automatic technology, such as cookies. This data is not identifiable to you as an individual and the technology we use is industry-standard. You can modify your browser to prevent cookies.
Submitting Personal Details
You do not need to provide any personal data simply to browse much of our website. However, you will be asked to submit some personal details if you wish to enter our Members' Area.
On these occasions, we only ask for a limited amount of information in order to confirm that you are a member of NFU Scotland. We will only send you further details if you have given us permission.
We never ask for more information than necessary or disclose any of your personal details to any third party unless you have given us explicit permission. (Please note: we reserve the right to cooperate with law enforcement officials and have no legal liability for such disclosures).
- Keep your details up to date and accurate
- Protect all your personal data from access by unauthorised parties
- Provide you with full details of any data we store about you on request
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