The Chartered Institute of Fundraising (“CIoF”) has launched a new area of its website dedicated to helping small charity fundraising. There’s lots to explore including some free training videos and slide decks, so it’s definitely worth a look.
I was recently asked if I had any thoughts from a data protection view, on using Zoom. My starting point is always to ask ‘where is the personal data?’ and for Zoom it could be: Participant details when they register Recordings of the meetings (by the host or others) Personal data shared on the Whiteboard […]
In a class action, Google is being sued in the US for £5bn (that’s £4 billion!) over claims that it illegally invades the privacy of users by tracking people, even when they are browsing using Chrome’s incognito mode. Many internet users presume that their search history isn’t being tracked when they view in private mode, […]
If you run charity shops, the good news is that they can open again from 15th June provided they are COVID-Secure. The bad news is that you may face a shortage of volunteers as some people need to continue shielding, self-isolate or generally prefer to stay indoors as much as they can. Thanks to the […]
British Heart Foundation (“BHF”) has launched a post-to-donate service so that people can donate safely as the country starts to emerge from COVID-19 lockdown. In the words of Allison Swaine-Hughes, BHF’s Retail Director ” “Our charity shops run purely on the support of the public, which is why we never take for granted a camera, […]