Privacy Policy - Christian Transfers

Privacy Policy for Open Data website

The document below present the privacy policy for the Open Data website which is property of Christian Transfers Ltd.

End users can visit the website for free and read the information posted. We don't keep any data from website visitors, but other third party like Google (with Google Analytics software) might keep some informations under their own privacy policy declaration.

Our identity and contact details

Christian Transfers Ltd is a company registered in England no: 10137098, we might be contacted on this contact form here.

What informations we receive

In this website we receive information from Transport from London and publish them for general public use. We receive this information free of charge by an API flux package from TfL servers.

This flux of informations is called TfL Unified API and you can see more detailed informations about this on original post on Tfl Digital Blog here.

We receive and publish informations about buses, trains, national rail, overground, air pollution, bike points, boroughs, cabwise, car parks, charge connectors, charging stations, coach bays, coach parks, taxi ranks, speed cams and many other more.

What informations we store

As already stated, we don't save any data or informations about end user but we might save some data and informations about the Subjects received through the API flux from TfL servers.

The period for which the Subjects data will be stored

The informations we receive are stored for a period between 24 hours to 30 days in our data base with the single purpose of publish it on this website for the public use.

What informations we publish

We publish on the website the full flux of informations unfiltered and unaltered, like they're received from TfL servers.

The right to request access to and rectification or erasure of Subjects data

All Subjects might request rectification or erasure of it's own data from this information flux directly to Transport for London (TfL) with whom their are in one or another contract. We are not entitled to remove the data from TfL flux as their suggestion is to take it in full and impartially.

The right to request data portability

You have the right to data portability where our lawful basis for processing is consent and where processing is automated, although we don't currently carry out any such processing. If we do in future, you can make a request and this data can be exported from our systems for you.

Changes to this Privacy Policy

This privacy policy will be kept up to date as our business and internal practices and/or the DPR change and so may be subject to change at any time to reflect any changing activities. The most up to date version will always be available on our website.

We will not make any use of your personal information that is inconsistent with the original purpose(s) for which it was collected or obtained (if we intend to do so, we will notify you in advance wherever possible) or otherwise than is permitted by the DPR.

We keep our Privacy Policy under regular review, this page was last updated on 31 July 2019.

Article 13 from EU GDPR

The article above is structured after the specific article "Information to be provided where personal data are collected from the data subject" from EU legislation in cause.

More details about this subject can be found on original post of Article 13 from EU GDPR here.