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Privacy Policy

For the GENOMNIS website and Software as a Service (SaaS) products

This privacy policy applies to all Genomnis systems, including, without limitation, HSF and UMD-Predictor. 
For registered users (“Users”), we store standard personally identifiable information such as email address, name, password, job title, and organization, as this constitutes important information to verify User status, and in order to avoid abuse of the Genomnis systems.

We store personally identifiable information on our own servers and do not send any information to third parties.

 

We may contact you by e-mail:

  • in response to your feedback, questions, complaints or suggestions

  • in relation to your usage of the Genomnis systems

You may request at any time to obtain all the personally identifiable data we have stored about you.

You may request Genomnis to delete all your personally identifiable information by closing your account.

To do so, please contact: contact@genomnis.com. Be careful as closing your personal account will not allow refund of unused credits.

If you do not use your account for a period of five years, we will close your account and delete all your personally identifiable information automatically.


WEBSITE CONTROLLED ACCESS

During your visit, we automatically collect and store the following information about your computer and your visit

  • the date and time you accessed the Genomnis systems

  • and your query type

This information is used to verify that you have an active license and/or sufficient credits to process your request. 

Note that we do not store the list of mutations contained in your query. This list is only used to collect corresponding predictions from the Genomnis database and send you results. The list is then deleted from our servers after this processing. On one hand, this guarantees a high confidentiality of your data but, on the other hand, does not allow us to resend you any result you might have lost.


COOKIES

The Platforms deposit certain bits of information called “cookies” in the user’s computer. Generally, a cookie assigns a unique number to the user that has no meaning outside the Genomnis systems. This technology does not collect any individual user’s identifying information.

If you have a user account for any website provided by Genomnis, cookies are necessary for you to remain logged in your account.

Please be aware that disabling cookies will result in disabling functionalities and features of the Genomnis systems.