Fabric Genomics Privacy Policy

Last modified on August 6, 2020

This Policy applies to the use of our public website at www.fabricgenomics.com.

This Privacy Policy describes the policies of Fabric Genomics, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliated entities (together, “Company”, “we” or “us”) with respect to the collection and use of personal and other information received from users of www.fabricgenomics.com or corresponding sites or social media outlets. This Privacy Policy may be updated from time to time. We will provide notice of any changes.

What Information Do We Collect?

We collect, receive, and store the following types of information from those who visit our public website:

  • We use “cookies” that collect
    • your IP address,
    • what browser you use, and
    • what parts of our public website your visit, when, and for how long.

We store this information for less than 6 months.

It is your choice to permit us to place cookies that collect information. You can use the website without cookies. If you say “no” to our cookie request, we will place one cookie that lets us know your choice whenever you visit.

  • As part of security and malware protection for our site, we collect
    • the IP addresses and activities of all visitors to our public website and
    • how they interact with the site.

No cookies are placed for this process. Log files are held for 7 days and then placed in a queue to be overwritten by new log files unless there is evidence of damaging or illegal actions. This process is essential to protect our users and our website and cannot be refused.

  • When you fill out the form on our website asking for more information, we collect and store
    • the information provided and
    • may associate that information with your IP address and other information collected by our cookies.

Filling out the form is entirely your choice. If after you have filled this out and you do not want us to keep the information, you may request us to delete that information from our records.

Our Policy Toward Children

Our public website is not directed at children, either those under 18 or those under 13. We do not knowingly collect PII from children. If we become aware that a child has provided us with PII, we immediately delete that information.

How Is Your Information Used?


We use the aggregated information collected by cookies to administer, develop, and improve our public website. We also may use individual information to solve user issues that may be reported to us.

We may use contractors or other companies to manage or provide security for our public website. These contractors will have access to information collected by cookies or by security logs. Our contracts require that these service providers handle your information with the same security and privacy protections as we do. They will not retain any information that we promise to delete.

Security Logs

This information is only used to monitor the security of our website. This information alerts us to attempts to place malware, change content, or otherwise interfere with the safe and appropriate operation of the site. This information is held in the logs until it is overwritten, unless needed to investigate inappropriate or illegal action on our site. We may, in some cases, be legally required to share this information with government authorities.

Direct Contact

The information you provide when filling out our “For More Information” form will be used for marketing purposes as well as to provide you with the information you request.  We may also send you news, newsletters, special offers, promotions, and targeted advertising.

At any time, you may request us to not contact you any further. We will make a record of this. If we do not hear from you in [a year], we will automatically delete your information.

If you attend any of our events or webinars, we will collect your name, your institutional affiliation, and other information that we may use for marketing purposes.

We do not sell or rent your information to any third party.

Your Rights

You have the right to know what information we collect and hold about you and to see the specific information we have.

We publish here what information is collected from visitors, how long that information is held, and how we use that information. If you want more information or to see the information we collect, you can contact us at [California requirement to include a toll-free number].

You have the right to correct any incorrect information we have about you.

If you believe we hold incorrect information about you, you may request us to correct that information.

You have the right to change your mind at any time about agreeing to let us place cookies, gather other information about you, or use the information we have.

Even if you have filled out request for more information or otherwise actively approved our using your information for marketing or other purposes, you may rescind your permission.

You have the right to object to specific types of processing and permit other types.

At any time, you may object to our processing your personally identifiable information any further or object to a specific type of processing without affecting your access to our public website.

You have the right to be completely forgotten by us.

In this case, you have the right to request that we remove any and all personal information about you from our systems. In some cases, we will be permitted to hold certain information and if you use the website, we will put a cookie in your browser telling us not to place any other cookies or collect any further information about you.

You have the right to receive equal service if you have decided to exercise your privacy rights.

You can reject cookies for our public website and still read the information we provide.

Contacting Us

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact us via email or at: Fabric Genomics, 436 14th Street, Suite 1300, Oakland, CA 94612 USA