Isla Local Louncil (ILC) is committed to protecting
personal and sensitive information consistent
with the principles set out in the Data Protection
Act 2001. This Privacy Statement applies to the
whole ILC web site. It does not apply to linked
web sites and you should familiarise yourself
with privacy statements of any site you visit.
of personal and other information
You can access the ISL web site and browse anonymously
without providing your personal information or
without you being identified. However, some of
the functions and services provided by this web
site require you to provide certain personal information.
This is the only personal information collected
by ISL via this web site. For example, ISL offers
some of its services online which require personal
information be provided. Information provided
by you will only be used for the purpose for which
it was collected. Your personal information will
not be disclosed to any other parties except if
required by law or some other regulation.
addresses provided via this site will only be
used to respond to specific user enquiries and
will not be added to any mailing lists or disclosed
to any other party without the users knowledge
and consent unless required by law.
of anonymous data
ISL also collects anonymous data through its web
server which includes number, time and date of
visits to the site and its pages. This anonymous
information is used for statistical purposes and
to ensure our web site is providing relevant information.
information on the Data Protection Act 2001
Data Protection Act
right to privacy is a fundamental human right,
which is safeguarded and enshrined in our Constitution.
The enforcement of the right to privacy is facilitated
by the protection of personal data from abuse.
Data Protection Act of 2001 was enacted in Malta
on the 14th December 2001, with both sides of
the House of Representatives voting in favour
of the Act. This continued to further confirm
Malta’s tradition to cherish democratic
values, foremost amongst which is the right of
the individual to privacy.
Data Protection Act 2001 provides for the protection
of individuals against the violation of their
privacy by the processing of personal data and
for matters connected therewith or ancillary thereto.
Data Protection Act was brought fully into force
on the 15th July 2003, enabling data subjects
to enjoy their rights under the Act.
PROTECTION ACT, 2001 (ACT NO. XXVI OF 2001 - CLICK
you would like further information about the ISL
Information Privacy practices please telephone
(+356) 2167 7215. [back
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