Uturn9 genetic testing is committed to the robust data privacy and security protections enabled by GDPR compliance.
In 2016 the European Commission approved and adopted the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a new framework for European data protection law. The GDPR is effective as of May 25, 2018 and applies to companies who process Personal Information of individuals in the EU. The GDPR strengthens the rights these individuals have regarding Personal Information relating to them, and seeks to unify data protection laws across Europe, regardless of where data is processed.
1. When, how, and why your data is processed.
Uturn9 genetic testing is committed to being transparent about the kinds of information we collect, the reasons we collect it, and how it is used.
Accessing, downloading, and deleting your data.
At its core, the GDPR is about enabling individuals to find out what Personal Information we hold about them, why we hold it, and who we disclose it to.
Managing our third party service providers.
Uturn9 genetic testing directly conducts the majority of data processing activities required to provide our Ancestry and Health + Ancestry Services to you. However, we do engage some third party service providers to assist in supporting these Services
Safeguarding your data.
Under the GDPR, organizations that collect and store Personal Information must implement appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure a level of security appropriate to the risk associated with processing Personal Information. Uturn9 genetic testing uses industry-leading organizational and technical measures to keep Personal Information secure.
International data transfers.
When Personal Information is transferred out of the European Economic Area, United Kingdom, and Switzerland, we use appropriate safeguards and controls to protect your Personal Information in accordance with applicable laws.