This summary is about how Non-trivial uses your ‘personal data’ and explains what data rights you have (if, for example, you want us to stop using it or to delete it). This summary has been written for the children and young people who use our services. If you’re not sure of anything you can contact us using the details below.
Non-trivial is part of the Effective Ventures Foundation. This page explains how the Foundation uses your data in more detail.
If you are still unsure, you can contact us at email@example.com.
When we say ‘personal data’ we mean information that can be used to identify you, like your name or email address, images and videos of you and any other information that is about you. Normally, we will ask you to share your data with us directly, for example when you fill out a form to apply for our fellowship, or as part of any video testimonials that we ask you to take part in.
We need some of your personal data so that we can consider your application for the fellowship, and, if you are successful, to provide you with the fellowship experience. We do this on the basis that we have a good reason to use your data, and it doesn’t affect you too much. If you do not provide us with your data, we might not be able to consider your fellowship.
Sometimes, we will ask for your permission (or ‘consent’) to use your personal data in particular ways. For example, we will ask if we can use your personal data (like your photograph or videos of you) to promote Non-Trivial and the work we do. We also ask you if we can record your video sessions so you can refer back to them and for your safety.
When we ask for your consent, you can always say no, and change your mind at any time. Just let us know using the contact details set out above.
And other times, we have to use your personal data (for example to comply with laws that apply to us).
Yes. We share your personal data with Non-trivial advisors & mentors so they can more effectively help you. Sometimes, we have to share your data with others to protect you, others or the Foundation.
Because our work is international, we might store your personal data in other countries that have different data protection laws which are not as protective of your data. When we do so we take steps, such as entering into contracts, to make sure your data rights are respected as far as possible.
We will only keep your personal data for as long as we need it for the reasons that we collected it, or where we need to keep it to comply with laws that apply to us or for legal disputes.
You have a number of rights under data protection laws. These include the right to:
We take care of your personal data and keep it secure, but there are ways you can help us to do that: