By using the SynLeGG website, you consent to the collection, retention and use of your personal information in accordance with the terms of this policy.
Information we collect
- The supplied name and email address if you submit a query using our contact form
- Information on how you use the website and any other information you post, email or otherwise send to us.
- Personally identifiable information will not be distributed to third parties unless required for the purposes of law enforcement.
We may gather data about users' browsing actions and patterns in order to inform improvements to the website.
We do not track the identities of genes or gene pairs entered or accessed by users, nor do we track the frequency of access to any gene or gene pair.
We employ security measures to protect your information from access by unauthorised persons and against unlawful processing, accidental loss, destruction or damage.
Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the internet is never completely secure. Although we will do our best to protect your personal data, we cannot guarantee the security of your personal or other data transmitted to our website. Any transmission is at your own risk.
Once we have received your information, we will use strict procedures and security features to prevent unauthorised access.
The EU law on cookies demands that website users are given the opportunity to understand how cookies are used on websites and consent to cookies being stored on their computer.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file, typically containing letters and numbers, downloaded to your computer when you access websites.
Generally, the role of cookies is beneficial, making your interaction with frequently-visited sites smoother with no extra effort on your part. Without cookies, online shopping would be much harder. Without cookies, some websites will become less interactive with the cookie option turned off.
First and third party cookies
This refers to the website placing the cookie. First party cookies are cookies set by the website you are visiting. Third party cookies are set by another website; the website you are visiting may have advertising on the page and this other website will be able to set a cookie on your computer. Third party cookies on the main web browsers allow third party cookies by default. Changing the settings on your browsers can prevent this.
We do not use any third party cookies. However, use of SynLeGG places a session cookie on your computer. Use of this website implies that you are happy to accept cookies from SynLeGG