RAD Science Solution
PO Box 22658 100 S. Broad St. STE 30 Philadelphia, PA 19110-9997
    RAD Science Solution takes your privacy seriously. This Privacy Policy sets out how we obtain, store, and use your personal information when you use or interact with our various website,, or where we otherwise obtain or collect your personal information. Please read this Privacy Policy carefully. We recommend that you print a copy of this Privacy Policy and any future versions in force from time to time for your records.

    Statement of Data Privacy 
    RAD Science collects certain personal data from clients, non-clients, speakers, sponsors, and others, whether those individuals are residents of the EU or from any other country, including the United States. RAD Science may also collect personal information from visitors to our websites.

    This personal information includes, but is not limited to, your name, position, company, email address, physical address, and telephone number. RAD Science uses this data for specific informational communications and marketing activities related to events, product information as well as for future RAD Science marketing campaigns. We may share your data with event sponsors and other attendees, but we will not provide it, or sell it, under any circumstances to any third party who is unrelated to RAD Science. This Privacy Policy provides an overview of how we obtain, store and use your personal information. It is intended to provide a general overview and answer questions you may have about specific privacy issues.

    The RAD Science Privacy Policy applies to all clients and non-clients who provide their information, regardless of where they reside, or have other dealings with RAD Science that results in the collection of personal information. However, if you reside in the European Union (“EU”), this explanation and summary of the Policy is specifically designed to meet the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), which became effective on May 25, 2018.

    Specific Information about the RAD Science Privacy Policy
    The RAD Science Privacy Policy is described here in a concise, transparent, intelligible, and easily-accessible form. It is set forth in a series of specific components describing how the RAD Privacy Policy operates and how it meets certain privacy rights.

    Identity of the Data Controller: RAD Science is the data controller – the entity that collects and processes personal data, or arranges for such actions taken on its behalf by its agents. RAD Science is responsible for deciding the purposes for which personal information is used and processed, and how such processing is done. Thus, it is RAD Science’s responsibility to inform you in advance of the processing of your personal information. You may contact RAD Science by writing to Katherine Bassett, CEO, PO Box 98, Morrisville, PA 19067 or sending an email to [email protected] .

    How does RAD Science collect or obtains your information? RAD Science collects your information: (1) when you join them as a client; (2) when you have provided it to us by registering for an event or signing up at a conference location, (3) when you contact RAD Science on one of our websites or at its email address. In other situations, your organization or another individual (e.g., a co-presenter) may provide RAD Science with your personal information; if that occurs, RAD Science will notify you that your personal information has been shared and give you the opportunity to consent. Finally, RAD Science may use cookies to track your use of our websites (see Use of Cookies below).

    What personal information do we collect? RAD Science collects your name, company, title or position, email address, physical address, telephone number, and general demographic information. RAD Science also may use cookies to collect the IP address of the computer you are using (see Use of Cookies below).

    What are the legitimate interests we have for collecting/using your personal information? The principal basis on which we collect and use your information is when you give us your affirmative consent. However, when you register for a RAD Science event RAD Science has a legitimate basis beyond consent to collect your personal information in order to provide you with the goods or services that you expect for us to deliver, which depends upon us having and using your personal information. Once you have a formal relationship with us, RAD Science also obtains a legitimate interest in providing you with timely information about upcoming events and/or products in which you may have an interest; so, to better serve you, we will market or promote those events/products to you. Thus, depending on the precise situation, RAD Science may rely on one of these legitimate bases in collecting your personal information.

    How do we use your personal information? RAD Science uses your personal information for administrative and business purposes particularly to contact you about RAD Science events, or to process purchases you make on our websites. We may also use personal information to send out industry surveys to improve our representation of the testing industry and to improve our websites, as well as for advertising and analytical purposes (e.g., monitoring/ analyzing visitors to the websites). Additionally, RAD Science permits you to access various social media networks through our websites (e.g., Twitter, LinkedIn). You need to be aware that if you decide to access such social media through the RAD Science websites, your information will be available to those services.

    Disclosure of your personal information to third parties. RAD Science discloses your personal information to the extent necessary to fulfill our obligations to you if you register to attend RAD Science events or other RAD Science-sponsored events. A related use of the personal information is to share that information with third-party sponsors, who are usually industry vendors that may contact you. RAD Science has found that in general this type of disclosure is appreciated by clients; however, we have adopted a policy that entitles you to consent to that disclosure in advance and/or to direct us not to include you in that sharing, as well as enabling you to withdraw that consent.

    Do we sell personal information to third parties? No, RAD Science will never sell your personal data to any third party that is unrelated to the organization.

    How long will we retain your personal information? RAD Science does not retain personal information longer than is necessary, taking into account any legal obligations we have (e.g., to maintain records for tax purposes), as well as any other legal basis we have for using your personal. Your information that we use for marketing purposes will be kept until you notify us that you no longer wish to receive this information

    How do we secure your personal information? RAD Science may use contractors and/or subcontractors who employ commercially available and generally accepted technical and organizational measures to protect personal data against loss, misuse, or alteration during its transmission, storage, and processing. RAD Science’s eventual processor of personal data is certified under the EU-US Privacy Shield. Moreover, only authorized RAD Science contractors are granted access to your personal information, and only where it is necessary to the conduct of their business operations on behalf of RAD Science. In reality, we note that no method of securing personal information transmitted over the Internet, or method of electronic storage is 100% secure. Therefore, RAD Science cannot guarantee the absolute security of any personal information. If you have any questions about security on our websites, you can contact us.

    Use of Cookies: We use cookies, and similar information-gathering technologies (e.g., web beacons), on our websites for the purpose of remembering users’ settings (e.g., language preference), for individual authentication, for analyzing visitors to the website, and to improve future web services to you if you return to our websites. If you continue to use this website, we will require that you consent to the use of cookies (see below); you are free to delete our cookies. You should be aware that you can control the use of cookies at the individual browser level; if you reject cookies, you may still use our site, but your ability to use some features or areas of our websites may be limited.

    Do we transfer your personal information outside of the European Economic Area?
     Yes, RAD Science generally transfers your personal information to the United States in order to process it as well as to store the information for future use. When RAD Science transfers personal data, we take all reasonable steps to ensure that the information is protected, including protection by contractors and/or subcontractors, and to ensure that your information is not shared in any manner that is inconsistent with this Privacy Policy.

    What are your rights? Your rights in relation to your personal information are to: (1) be informed about its use; (2) have access to your information; (3) correct your personal information; (4) have your personal information deleted; and (5) restrict how we use your personal information. You also have the right to have your personal information ported to others; however, because RAD Science’s use of your personal information is limited to individual registration for information and marketing activities related to the RAD Science, it is not technically feasible for RAD Science to honor such a request because we are not able to exchange that information with another entity with which we have no direct interface or any reason to exchange data. You are also entitled to know if RAD Science is using any automated decision-making (including profiling); RAD Science does not use any such automated technologies in the processing of your personal information.

    How to exercise your rights regarding the collection and use of your personal information: You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time during use of this website or by emailing RAD Science at [email protected]. However, any data processing performed by RAD Science prior to your withdrawal of consent cannot be undone.

    You also have the right to object to the RAD Science’s collection and/or use of your personal information, or to request access to your information as well as to request that we correct any information we have or to remove you from our records. If your personal information changes (e.g., zip code, phone, email or postal address), you can change online, physical contact, and other information by contacting RAD Science as shown above. If you wish to correct/update/delete information or no longer desire to receive information from RAD Science, you can notify us by using any of the information in the Contact section of this policy. We will respond to your request to access within 30 days.

    You may file a complaint with RAD Science by emailing us, and RAD Science will respond without undue delay, within at least 30 days unless we inform you that additional time will be required. In addition, you have the right to file a complaint with your relevant Supervisory Authority (i.e., Data Protection Authority).

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    AD Science obtain your consent? At the end of this Privacy Policy, you will be asked to indicate your affirmative consent agreeing to its terms and conditions, and thereby allowing the RAD Science to collect and use your personal information.

    Affirmative Consent

    I have read the above information presented by RAD Science about its Privacy Policy, including the Use of Cookies. I hereby give affirmative consent to RAD Science to collect and use my personal information. I am aware that I have the right to withdraw my consent at any time with effect for the future, by e-mail to [email protected] or in writing to RAD Science at its mailing address: PO Box 98, Morrisville, PA 19067

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