Enlis Genomic Privacy Statement

Last updated: June 10, 2015

Enlis, LLC offers a DNA sequence data analysis service and associated software. We want to enable researchers and personal users to discover information about genomic data, and to do so in a private and safe way. This document identifies the categories of personal information we collect and how it is used.

1. What personal information does Enlis collect? How is this information used?

• Email Address, Payment details - possibly including Name and Address:

In order to use our services, Enlis asks for a valid email address. This email is used as the primary means of contact and a way to deliver the results of the service. In addition, this email address may be used to inform you of changes to services, updates to services, and new services provided by Enlis. The user may opt out of these informational emails at any time. To facilitate the purchase of software or other services, the user may be required to provide a name, postal address, and payment details.

• Genomic Data:

In order for our service to analyze genomic data, the user must upload one of more documents containing genomic data generated by another service (third party sequencing provider). This data will be stored temporarily on our servers, or the servers of third party service providers we use to store, process, and analyze data. In general, all genomic data, including the original data uploaded by the user, as well any genomic data generated by our service, will be deleted from these servers after a period of 14 days from the original upload date, or 14 days after the puchase of software or services.

2. Will Enlis disclose any of your personal information to third parties?

Genomic data inherently contains information many consider to be private. We do not resell data. We do not share data with partner companies or researchers. We do not aggregate data. There may be limited circumstances in which Enlis may disclose information as required by law, regulatory authorities, or other legal process.