Processing of personal information
Personally identifiable information and purposes
BioStata collects personally identifiable information such as names, addresses and email addresses when this is provided voluntarily by you or if you have given your consent.
Your data may be processed for the following purposes: To contact you regarding the services you have requested, to provide the services you have requested, such as email notifications, to carry out surveys about how to improve our service to you, such as visitor feedback, to supply services to our users and for other purposes directly requested by you.
Disclosures and onward transfers
BioSatata will not share other personal information without your explicit consent unless disclosure is reasonably necessary to: enforce an agreement between you and BioStata; comply with legal process, including, but not limited to, civil and criminal subpoenas, court orders or other compulsory disclosures; respond to service inquiries; or protect the rights, property, or personal safety of BioStata, the users of the website or the public.
Your personal data is stored on BioStata computers/servers within the European Economic Area and may, for the purposes described above, be shared with third party processors inside the European Economic Area.
Third Party Data Processors
BioStata may choose to use data processors, e.g. hosting companies, and your personal data may then be transferred to and stored by third party specialists engaged by BioStata, who will process your data on BioStata’s behalf (i.e. as data processors) and assist in the provision of the content and services you request. These third party providers will be obligated by BioStata to safeguard the confidentiality of your data and to take adequate technical and organizational measures to protect your data against (a) accidental or unlawful destruction, loss or alteration, (b) Unauthorized disclosure or abuse, or (c) other unlawful processing.
Storing of Data (Data Retention)
BioStata will keep your personal data only for as long as reasonably necessary for the purposes for which it was collected or to comply with any applicable legal or ethical reporting or document retention requirements.
BioStata will see to that the recorded data, including your personal data, is handled carefully and protected properly following the currently applicable safety standards.
BioStata regularly inspects its system for possible vulnerabilities and attacks. However, since the internet is not a 100% secure environment, BioStata cannot ensure or warrant the security of information you transmit to BioStata. Emails sent via the website are not encrypted, and BioStata therefore advise you not to communicate any confidential information through these means.
How can you gain access to, modify or remove information?
You have the right to be informed about the information held by BioStata about you, and to review and modify the information in the event your information stored by us is incorrect, and to request that we delete such information in the event your information as stored by us is incorrect.
At any time you are also entitled to recall the consent you have given with respect to BioStata use of your personal information.
You can find our contact information https://biostata.com/contact/.
Disclaimer of liability
BioStata ensures that reasonable care is being taken to ensure that the website content is accurate and up-to-date, but all information is provided ‘as is’.
Links to other websites
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Changes and questions
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