As a TD in Dáil Éireann and a public representative and activist in the Dublin South West constituency, Paul Murphy and Paul's office have responsibility for the holding of the personal data and contact information of supporters and constituents and members of the public who contact our office in Dáil Éireann or our constituency office. Contact information gathered from communication with the political party of which Paul is an elected representative, Solidarity - the left alternative, is held by Solidarity.
We take the privacy of our supporters and everyone who contacts us very seriously. We regularly communicate with our members, supporters and members of the public via email about our events, policies and the work of our public representatives and activists. In doing so, we hold personal data and contact information for those purposes only. Anyone in receipt of such an email can opt out at any time via the link in the email.
We share data only with third parties responsible for email and text communications - i.e mailchimp, clickatell and nationbuilder.
We will never share any personal data with advertisers or accept payment in exchange for access to any of the data we hold.
Solidarity.ie sends ‘cookies; to first time users in order to identify unique visitors to our site. Solidarity does not share cookie data with any third parties. If you wish not to receive cookies, you can change your browser settings to either block the receipt of cookies or to periodically delete cookies on your computer or other device.
Solidarity.ie does not automatically collect any personal data and contact information from our visitors. Visitors are encouraged to ‘opt-in’ to receive further information from Solidarity - whether that be in the form of email newsletters, posted letters and texts or calls. All visitors to our site have the right to define precisely what kind of communication they choose to receive.
If you have any questions or complaints in relation to the processing of your data via solidarity.ie or via other contact with Solidarity or Paul Murphy TD, you can contact us at [email protected] You can also contact the Data Protection Commission if you wish to make a complaint or query the use of your data. Go to dataprotection.ie for more information about making a complaint or call the Data Protection Commission on 1890 252 231