1.1 The Interfaith.sg team (“Interfaith Team”) recognises
the importance of safeguarding personal data entrusted to us and are
therefore committed to fully implementing and complying with the
provisions of the Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (No. 26 of 2012)
adopted by the Interfaith Team in protecting personal data as required
by the PDPA.
2.1 In general, we receive or collect the personal data of
individuals who may include visitors of our online site
2.2 This takes place when an individual does the following (but not limited to the list below), whether within or outside Singapore:
2.2.1 submits a form requesting for his organisation’s interfaith event to be featured on our website;
2.2.2 contacts us for enquiries;
2.2.3 indicates that he wishes to participate in our Partner organisations’ interfaith events, activities and programmes;
2.2.4 applies to becomes a Partner organization organising and/or sponsoring interfaith events;
2.2.5 requests us to contact him;
2.2.6 submits his personal data to us for any other purposes (for the purpose of volunteering); and
2.2.7 browses our online site
2.3 The type of personal data collected by the Interfaith Team may include an individual's:
2.3.1 Personal details (such as name, age, religion, gender);
2.3.2 Personal contact details (such as telephone numbers or email addresses);
2.3.3 Demographic information (such as preferences and interests);
2.3.4 IP address, web browser type and version, operating system, a list of URLS starting with a referring site, the individual's activity on this Web Site, and the site he exits to (automatically collected when the individual accesses this Site);
2.3.5 Cookie information;
2.3.6 Photograph, audio/video recording and digital image; and
2.3.7 Any other personal information that an individual may offer voluntarily.
2.4 The exact data to be collected will depend on the purpose and needs of the specific activity.
3.1 The Interfaith Team collects, uses and discloses the
individual's personal data for the following purposes:
3.1.1 Planning, conducting and organising interfaith activities, including events and programmes;
3.1.2 Responding to the individual's queries and requests;
3.1.3 Providing services to the community or the public;
3.1.4 Internal and external communication and publications;
3.1.5 Delivering information regarding news, publications and events;
3.1.6 Any matters by reason of which the individual is reasonably associated with, affiliated with or connected to the Interfaith Team;
3.1.7 Any other matters in respect of which it is reasonably necessary for the Interfaith Team to communicate with the individual; or
3.1.8 Any other purposes of which the Interfaith Team may notify individuals from time to time.
3.2 The Interfaith Team endeavours to only collect, use or disclose personal data about an individual which it considers reasonably necessary for the purposes underlying such collection, use or disclosure.
3.3 The individual's personal data will be retained by the Interfaith Team as long as necessary according to our internal policy for the fulfillment of the purposes stated above or is required to satisfy legal, regulatory or accounting requirements.
3.4 Where the Interfaith Team collects data for purposes other than those listed above, the Interfaith Team would disclose such purpose to the individual, by suitable means, when collecting the personal data from the individual.
3.5 Personal data will generally be obtained directly from the individual.
4.1 By submitting his personal data to the Interfaith Team, the
individual agrees and consents to the collection, use and disclosure of
his personal data by the Interfaith Team for some or all of the purposes
4.2 The Interfaith Team will not use the personal data for any purpose other than that for which it was collected. Should we require any personal data in its possession to be used for a purpose other than those for which consent was originally given, fresh consent will be sought in order to use the data for that new purpose.
4.3 If the individual provides us with personal information relating to a third party (e.g. information of his spouse, children, parents or relatives), he represents to us that he has obtained the consent of the third party to provide us with their personal data for the respective purposes.
4.4 The individual may at any time withdraw any consent given in respect of the collection, use or disclosure of his personal data by giving prior notice in the form of a formal written request addressed to the Data Protection Officer, unless such personal data is necessary for the Interfaith Team to fulfill its legal obligations. The Interfaith Team shall comply with the withdrawal request and shall cease to process the individual's personal data. The individual should be aware that that once consent is withdrawn, his request for any of the above purposes may as well be cancelled, and hence the Interfaith Team may not be able to fulfill our services to him.
5.1 The Interfaith Team shall make every reasonable effort to
ensure that the individual's information it keeps are accurate,
up-to-date and complete. The Interfaith Team relies on the individual's
self-notification of any changes to their personal data that is relevant
to the Interfaith Team.
6.1 The Interfaith Team will not use the personal data for any
purpose other than that for which it was collected. Should we require
any personal data in our possession to be used for a purpose other than
those for which consent was originally given, fresh consent will be
sought in order to use the data for that new purpose.
6.2 The Interfaith Team will take reasonable steps to protect the personal data against unauthorised disclosure. Subject to the provisions of any applicable law, the personal data may be disclosed, for the purposes listed above (where applicable), to the following:
6.2.1 Agents, contractors or third party service providers who provide services to the Interfaith Team, such as website maintenance services, internet cloud services, and/ or other services to the Interfaith Team or the Site;
6.2.2 Our professional advisers such as auditors and lawyers;
6.2.3 Relevant government regulators, statutory boards or authorities or law enforcement agencies to comply with any laws, rules, guidelines and regulations or schemes imposed by any governmental authority; and
6.2.4 Any other party to whom the individual authorises us to disclose his Personal Data to.
6.3 The Interfaith Team will take reasonable measures to protect your personal data from unauthorised access, improper use or disclosure, unauthorised modification, unlawful destruction or accidental loss. The individual should be aware, however, that no method of transmission over the internet or method of electronic storage is 100% secure. While security cannot be guaranteed, we strive to protect the security of the personal data and will constantly review and enhance our information security measures.
6.4 The Interfaith Team is required to keep personal data confidential and only authorised persons have access to such information.
6.5 The Interfaith Team may transfer, store, process and/or deal with your personal data outside of Singapore. Where the Interfaith Team does so, the Interfaith Team will comply with the PDPA and other applicable data protection and privacy laws.
6.6 The Interfaith Team will use its reasonable endeavours to ensure that the third parties, whom the personal data is being disclosed to, will provide a comparable standard of protection to the personal data. However, the Interfaith Team does not provide any warranty or take any responsibility of any misuse undertaken by those third parties.
6.7 Save as set out under this Policy, unless we are obliged or permitted by the Act to do so, the individual's personal data will not be disclosed to any third parties without his/her permission.
7.1 An individual may apply for a copy of his personal data held
by the Interfaith Team or request for his personal data to be updated or
corrected by sending a formal written request to our Data Protection
7.2 The Data Protection Officer has oversight of all personal data access or correction requests and ensures that they are processed in accordance with this policy.
7.3 Request for Personal data access or correction by individuals, including any enquires and complains shall be submitted to the Interfaith Team in writing to the Data Officer at DPO@interfaith.sg. Upon receipt of such a request, the Data Protection Officer shall verify the identity of the individual before responding to the request for access or correction and may also request for additional information from the requestor to aid in the investigation.
8.1 The Interfaith Team shall retain the individual's personal
data only for as long as it is reasonable to fulfill the purposes for
which the information was collected for or as required by law. Once the
data in the Interfaith Team’s possession is no longer necessary to serve
the purpose for which it was collected, the data will be destroyed or
anonymised in a secure manner.
9.1 The Interfaith Team will transfer personal data to third
parties in a country or territory outside Singapore when required for
purposes such as data storage. Such transfer shall be done in a manner
that is secure and appropriately aligned with PDPA requirements.
10.1 The Interfaith Team shall develop and publish the relevant
Data Protection Policy Statements to inform the relevant individuals
declaring the manner that their personal data are collected, used and
disclosed. Such statements shall be made available to the relevant
individuals upon request, or may be published in an appropriate manner
on the appropriate platform that the Interfaith Team deems fit.
11.1 This Policy may be updated from time to time to take account
of changes in policy, technology, and/or to ensure compliance with any
12.1 If there are any queries about this policy or feedback
regarding the handling of personal data by the Interfaith Team, please
contact the Data Protection Officer at:-