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Hi Dave, all,  
Hi Dave, all,  
Minor points since this looks very thorough:
Minor points since this looks very thorough:
- It is potentially confusing to have two nested policies. There are references to "The Policy", "This policy", "this Policy" and it's not obvious to which one they are referring. It might be clearer to insert the word Privacy or Data Processing before each use of the word Policy
 
- "Stored where?" I worry this is opening a can of worms since we do not specify the actual location and readers will want to see a physical country listed. As far as I can see, this isn't a requirement of the Policy on the Processing of Personal Data
*It is potentially confusing to have two nested policies. There are references to "The Policy", "This policy", "this Policy" and it's not obvious to which one they are referring. It might be clearer to insert the word Privacy or Data Processing before each use of the word Policy  
*"Stored where?" I worry this is opening a can of worms since we do not specify the actual location and readers will want to see a physical country listed. As far as I can see, this isn't a requirement of the Policy on the Processing of Personal Data

Revision as of 09:12, 8 November 2016

Hi Dave, all,

Minor points since this looks very thorough:

  • It is potentially confusing to have two nested policies. There are references to "The Policy", "This policy", "this Policy" and it's not obvious to which one they are referring. It might be clearer to insert the word Privacy or Data Processing before each use of the word Policy
  • "Stored where?" I worry this is opening a can of worms since we do not specify the actual location and readers will want to see a physical country listed. As far as I can see, this isn't a requirement of the Policy on the Processing of Personal Data