Privacy Policy

OPTINA DIAGNOSTICS Inc. (“OPTINA”, “we”, “our”, or “us“) is in the business of developing artificial intelligence tests to diagnose a variety of pathologies associated with aging including, but not limited to, cognitive troubles such as Alzheimer’s and dementia, from key biomarkers. To develop these tests based on artificial intelligence, we conduct various research studies and rely on collection of data, including Personal Information (defined in Section 2 below).

We are committed to the protection of your privacy and the preservation of the confidentiality of your Personal Information. The purpose of this privacy notice (“Privacy Policy“) is to share with you how we collect your Personal Information, why we need it, how we use it and to whom we may disclose it. We also explain in this Privacy Policy how the Personal Information that we collect may differ and may be used differently depending on whether you are simply a Visitor to our Sites or a Participant (as those terms are defined in Section 2 below) in one of our research studies. This Privacy Policy also explains how we use cookies and similar technologies (see Our Cookies Policy in Section 4 a)(3) below).


Information We Collect

There are two general categories of Personal Information we collect: (1) information you give to us and (2) Information we automatically collect from your use of the Sites.

1. The information you give to us includes, but is not limited to:

  • You name and contact details (such as your email address, mailing address, phone number)
  • Additional profile information (such as date of birth, gender, location, and preferred language)
  • Your communications and contact history with us (such as service call recordings, chat and instant messages, communications with our representatives or communications with our social media channels)
  • Other information (such as reviews, forum posts, survey responses and other user-generated content)

2. Information we may automatically collect from you when you use or visit our Sites:

  • Log data and device information (such as details about how you’ve used the Sites, length of time spent on the Sites, IP address, time and date of visits, hardware and software information, device information, device event information, unique identifiers, crash data, cookie data, location data and page views or clicks)
  • Geo-location data (such as IP address, browser information or mobile GPS information),
  • Cookies and similar technologies (such as web beacons, pixels, and mobile identifiers; to learn more about these technologies and how you can control them, see Our Cookie Policy)

How We Use Your Personal Information and Why We Collect It

We will treat Personal Information in a manner consistent with any applicable laws and with this Privacy Policy, unless we have your consent to treat it differently.

If you are only a Visitor to our Sites (as those terms are defined in Section 2 below), OPTINA will use the Processed Personal Information (defined in section 2 below), to communicate with you, to customize our Sites’ content for you, and to improve our Sites by analyzing how you and other Visitors navigate them.

If you are a potential Participant (defined in section 2 below) in one of our studies, OPTINA will use Personal Information collected or shared by you for determining your eligibility for studies you may wish to participate in. If you volunteer for a study and go through the screening process, OPTINA will, as part of an Informed Consent Form, provide notice to you in a clear and conspicuous language about how your information will be used, disclosed, and transferred; what informational rights you have; and who to contact with any questions or complaints. These notices are tailored to specific situations of data collection. In the eventuality of a conflict between our Informed Consent Form and the present Privacy Policy, the Informed Consent Form shall prevail.

How and When We Share or Disclose Your Information

If you are a Visitor to our Sites, we may share your Personal Information with our corporate affiliates and with third parties for our legitimate business purposes as permitted by law, but only if such affiliates or third parties have agreed in writing to protect and not further disclose your Personal Information.

We share your Personal Information with third parties only as described in this Privacy Policy, with your Consent, or as disclosed at the time we collect your information. We may anonymize or deidentify your information and share such anonymized or de-identified information with third parties for any purpose permitted by applicable laws.

If you provide us with a review or comment, you authorize us to publish it on all our platforms. You also authorize us to aggregate it with other reviews.

We may disclose your Personal Information if required to do so by law, for example to law enforcement or other authorities. This requirement includes court orders, subpoenas and orders arising from legal processes, and administrative or criminal investigations. We may also disclose your Personal Information if the disclosure is necessary for the prevention, detection, or prosecution
of criminal acts or to prevent other damage (including death and bodily injuries) or in response to a legal action or to enforce our rights and claims.

If you are a Participant in one of our studies, we do not share your Personal Information except as specified in an Informed Consent Form, and only with Recipients participating in the running of the study as long as such Recipients have agreed in writing to protect and not further disclose your Personal Information. We may also share your Personal Information with Recipients participating in the running of the study in the form of pseudonymized data (meaning that the data is shared with the Recipient, but that your name is not part of that shared data).

Privacy Notice Last Updated: March 22nd, 2021

For more details see our Privacy Policy in full. We may make changes to our Privacy Policy from time to time. The Privacy Policy is current as of the “last updated” date, which appears at the bottom of the Privacy Policy.