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Information available publicly and from social media

We use other publicly available sources of information, and information from social media.

We recommend that you check your settings for social media and the privacy policies of independent third party organisations to whom you provide personal data, such as LinkedIn and JustGiving, so you fully understand how they will process your personal data.

Depending on your settings or the privacy policies for these organisations, you may make information from those accounts or services publicly available. 

Other information available publicly may include information published in articles, newspapers or websites, including, but not limited to, Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator, Charity Commission, Companies House, LinkedIn, Who’s Who, Queen's Honours Lists and the Electoral Open Register.

We also use subscription-based research sources that aggregate publicly available information and news articles to make best use of our time. These sources include, but are not limited to, Dow Jones Factiva for press articles, MINT Global for worldwide company and director information, iWave PRO for United States and Canada based supporters, Dow Jones RiskCentre for conducting due diligence, and Factary Phi for records of donations made to other organisations.

You can object to us processing your data for these purposes at any time.

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