Transferring EEA/UK citizens' information outside of Europe
As part of the
services offered to you through Inlite Research, Inc.'s Websites or its
products and services, and if you are located in the European Economic Area or
United Kingdom("EEA/UK"), the information that you provide to us will be
transferred to countries outside the EEA/UK – principally to the United States
of America. By submitting your personal data, you're agreeing to this transfer,
storing or processing.
If you use our
services while you are outside the EEA/UK, your information may be transferred
outside the EEA/UK in order to provide you with those services.
Your Legal Rights
certain exemptions, and in some cases dependent upon the processing activity we
are undertaking, you may have the following rights regarding your personal
Right to access, correct, and delete your personal information
You have the
right to request access to the personal information that we hold about you and:
source of your personal information;
purposes, legal basis and methods of processing;
data controller's identity; and
entities or categories of entities to whom your personal information may
You also have
the right to request that we delete your information.
We are not
required to comply with your request to erase personal information if the
processing of your personal information is necessary for compliance with a
legal obligation or for the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal
Right to restrict the processing of your personal information
You have the
right to restrict the use of your personal information when:
contest the accuracy of the data;
use is unlawful but you do not want us to erase the data;
- we no
longer need the personal information for the relevant purposes, but we
require it for the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal claims; or
have objected to our personal information use where such use is justified
on our legitimate interests and we must verify as to whether we have a
compelling interest to continue to use your data.
We can continue
to use your personal information following a request for restriction, where:
- we have your consent; or
- to establish, exercise or defend legal claims; or
- to protect the rights of another natural or legal person.
Right to data portability
To the extent
that we process your information (i) based on your consent or under a contract;
and (ii) through automated means, you have the right to receive such personal
information in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable format, or you can
ask to have it transferred directly to another data controller.
Right to object to the processing of your personal information
You can object
to any processing of your personal information which has our legitimate
interests as its legal basis, if you believe your fundamental rights and
freedoms outweigh our legitimate interests. If you raise an objection, we have
an opportunity to demonstrate that we have compelling legitimate interests
which override your rights and freedoms.
Right to obtain a copy of personal information safeguards used for
transfers outside your jurisdiction
You can ask to
obtain a copy of, or reference to, the safeguards under which your personal
information is transferred outside of the UK/EEA.
Right to lodge a complaint with your local supervisory authority
You have a right
to lodge a complaint with your local supervisory authority if you have concerns
about how we are processing your personal information. We ask that you please
attempt to resolve any issues with us first, although you have a right to
contact your supervisory authority at any time.
How to Exercise Your Rights
If you would
like to exercise any of the rights described above, please send us a request at
email@example.com. In your message, please indicate the
right you would like to exercise and the information that you would like to
access, review, correct, or delete.
We may ask you
for additional information to confirm your identity and for security purposes
before disclosing the personal information requested to you. We reserve the
right to charge a fee where permitted by law, for instance if your request is
manifestly unfounded or excessive. We may not always be able to fully address
your request, for example if it would affect the duty of confidentiality we owe
to others or if we are legally entitled to deal with the request in a different