Clare Camogie

Founded 1934

Co. Clare


General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

  • ¡New EU Regulation in force since 25th May 2018
  • ¡Designed to protect the Right of Privacy for individuals
  • ¡Regulates how data can be obtained, stored, processed and passed on to somebody else
  • ¡Stipulates the rights individuals have in relation to their data that somebody has in possession
  • ¡It puts responsibility and accountability on the Data Controller (the club) to ensure that GDPR is adhered to
  • The club has to nominate a Data Protection Officer                                                                                                                              It defines potential sanctions in case of data breaches
  • You need explicit consent from individuals for the intended use of each and every data element before it is collected
  • You have to allow individuals to “opt in” or “opt out” of specific use of their data
  • You have to allow individuals to get a copy of the data you hold
  • Individuals can request that data is deleted, unless you are satisfied that there is a legitimate requirement for you to keep those data
  • You have to inform individuals where they can make a complaint or report a suspected data breach (your Data Protection Officer and/or the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner, Canal House, Station Road, Portarlington, Co. Laois (

Make sure your registration form will satisfy the above items
Ensure that every club member who has access to data is aware of the data protection policy and their obligations

  • Perform a Data Audit in your Club:
  • Determine what data is currently held within your organisation
  • When and how were those data elements collected
  • How and where is data stored and how is security ensured
  • What data are passed on from the Data Controller to somebody else and for what purpose
  • Who has access to data


Establish a data protection policy defining the following:

  • Who controls information in the club
  • What data is collected and the purpose for every data element
  • How is data stored and who has access to the data and how is security of data assured
  • What data can be passed on, to whom and for what purpose
  • Procedure to remove redundant data
  • How will data files be handed over to new officers and how is it ensured that previous officers delete all their old data
  • How can individuals get to know what data is stored about them
  • Procedure to detect, report and investigate data breaches
  • How and in what frequency future data audits will be performed
  • Define how often and by whom the policy will be reviewed


The Data Protection Officer for Clare Camogie is Martin Kaiser. He can be contacted at


Click on the link below for any information you may need in order for your club to be GDPR compliant. 

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