Privacy Policy

Fridays for Future Scotland (FFFS) FFFS takes a proactive approach to supporters’ privacy and to ensure the necessary steps are taken to protect the privacy of its supporters. FFFS complies with all UK national laws and EU regulations including the General Data Protection Regulations and requirements for user privacy.

When registering as a supporter and subscribing to email updates, you may be required to provide personal information (name, email etc.). We will use this information to administer our supporters’ list and send email updates. We will ensure that all personal information supplied is held securely in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679, as adopted into law of the United Kingdom in the Data Protection Act 2018. Further, by providing telephone and email details, you consent to FFFS contacting you using the method in question. You have the right at any time to request a copy of the personal information we hold on you. Should you wish to receive a copy of this, or would like to be removed from our database, please contact us by email via

FFFS will not retain your personal information longer than necessary. We will hold onto the information you provide either while your subscription is active, or as needed to be able to provide email updates to you. If legally required or if it is reasonably necessary to meet regulatory requirements, resolve disputes, or prevent fraud and abuse, we may also retain some of your information for a limited period of time as required, even after you have unsubscribed or after it is no longer needed to provide email updates to you.

FFFS will not sell or rent your personally identifiable information, gathered as a result of subscribing to the mailing list, to anyone, unless you give us your explicit permission to do so. In order to provide you with the information you have requested we will use third party systems for email and managing contact information, but no third parties will gain any rights to use your data without your explicit permission.