Privacy Statement

(Last edited: Thursday, 10 October 2019, 8:44 AM)

Compulsory use of your data

All users of Solomon must record their name, email address and a password.  These details are stored and used to identify users and to operate a login system.  The legal basis on which these details are processed by UGLE is the legitimate interests of UGLE as a provider of Solomon to its members.  If you wish to stop these details being processed by UGLE you must delete your Solomon account by emailing

Optional Data

You may add other personal details to your profile if you wish.  The default setting is that your profile is not visible to other users of Solomon except the administrators.  If you wish you can make some or all of your details visible to other users.  You can control who can see your profile from your profile screen.  The legal basis on which these details are processed by UGLE is your consent.  If you wish to amend or delete your optional details at any time you can do so from your profile screen.

Your data on your submissions

If you submit material to Solomon you may choose to be named as the author.  If the material is published on Solomon your name will appear in the acknowledgements section at the end of the material.  If you wish your name to be removed from any material at any time then email

Data Rights

Your data controller is The United Grand Lodge of England of Freemasons’ Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ.

If you wish to see a copy of, or rectify, the personal data held about you on Solomon please login to your profile screen.  If you nevertheless wish to submit a subject access request, object to your data being processed or are unable to login to rectify your data held by Solomon please email .

If you have any questions or complaints about how your data is processed please contact If you have raised your concerns but not received a satisfactory response you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office.  More information about complaints can be found at

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