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Privacy Policy

The-DHN processes personal information from a variety of sources. We hold personal data about our Volunteer Healers, those requesting our help and those for whom our help is requested. Such information is disseminated to our volunteers only on a "need-to-know" basis. Because our members are spread across the world we cannot guarantee that information passed to us will be held on secure computers. However, we do encourage all our volunteers to adopt methods that will keep their machines safe from unwanted intrusion.

Volunteer Healers:

We ask them to provide a name which may be a pseudonym and contact e-mail addresses. Further information concerning their, healing methods, location and languages spoken is held so that we can pair the needs of those who make requests of us with the most suitable practitioners. This information is held securely on our mail server, Google Drive and on some of the computers of our volunteers who have senior positions within our organisation.

Those Requesting Our Help:

When filling in the appropriate Request Form we ask for a name and a contact e-mail address. It helps us to know that requests are legitimate and we can follow up the requests made of us. A real person responds to every request. This information is held securely on our email servers and on some of the computers of our volunteers who have senior positions within The-DHN.

Those for Whom Our Help is Requested:

Whilst many requests are made by the person seeking our help, some are made on behalf of those unable to contact us directly. A name, location and approximate age as well as the condition requiring attention is what we ask. Without this information there isn't much point requesting our help. We do prefer that those on whose behalf requests are made know that our assistance has been requested. This information is held securely on our email servers and on some of the computers of our volunteers who have senior positions within The-DHN.

Computers that hold personal details are required to comply with data protection laws in the country where the computer is located. Whilst we cannot ensure that our volunteers do comply with their national laws, we do encourage it. As many of our contacts are European Union residents The-DHN will comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As we think this is good legislation that serves the best interests of the individuals whose data we process we intend to apply this law to all our data. We will try to satisfy all enquiries from individuals who want to know what information we hold about them. If you have any questions or comments, or if you want to update, change or delete any of your Personal Information that we hold, or you have a concern about the way in which we have handled any privacy matter, please use our Data Protection Officer Contact Form to send us a message.

We may change this Privacy Policy at any time. The most recent version of the Privacy Policy is rindicated by the revision date at the bottom of this page. We value our own privacy and respect the right of all to maintain theirs. We treat all personal information with confidentiality. Under no circumstances do we knowingly pass any personal information to anyone outside The Distant Healing Network.