The purpose of STMB’s use of your Personal Information.
Your Rights to view and correct your personal information.
STMB’s commitment to your right to ask us to stop using your personal information
- General Principle: The processing of data requires consent
This is self-explanatory but it should be noted that even if you do give your consent, STMB may only use your data for lawful purposes only, and for purposes directly related to our the activities and only to such an extent as is necessary and not excessive in relation to that purpose. If you have given us your information voluntarily, then we can deem that you have given consent. However, it does not last forever. You may, by notice in writing, revoke your consent and we must cease processing your personal information.
- Notice and Choice Principle
This principle sets outs requirements which, among others, that STMB must inform you in writing that your personal information is being processed (by us or by third parties) and for what purpose (which we hereby do).
- Disclosure Principle
The disclosure principle has two aspects:
- Firstly, we are only allowed to disclose data for the purpose or directly related purpose of which it was collected/received; and
- We can only disclose to the data to a third party or a class of third parties who are stated in this notice to you.
- Security Principle
We must take practical steps to protect the personal data from any loss, misuse, modification, unauthorised or accidental access or disclosure, alteration or destruction.
- Retention Principle
This principle provides that your personal information shall be kept and/or processed for so long as is necessary only. Once the purpose for which the data was collected is achieved, it is mandatory for your personal information to be disposed. For example, if your first proposal is rejected by us, then, your data must be destroyed or permanently deleted.
- Data Integrity Principle
This principle imposes a duty on us to ensure that the personal data is accurate, complete, not misleading and up-to-date for its purpose or directly related purpose.
- Access Principle
The right to access your data and correct it if inaccurate is ancillary to the Data Integrity Principle above.