Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to us. Open Insulin Foundation (“Open Insulin”) has established a comprehensive privacy program, Privacy Officer, designed to help us respect and protect your privacy rights. This Privacy Statement will let you know what Personal Information Open Insulin may collect, how we use it, how we protect it, and your rights and choices. This Privacy Statement applies to all Open Insulin operations as well as websites, and digital services (“websites”) that link to or post it. It is incorporated into and made a part of our Terms of Use for this website, which include provisions that limit Open Insulin’s liability.

Any additional privacy terms that relate to specific Open Insulin products or services should be read in conjunction with this Policy



We may share your information with:

Related Companies: Open Insulin will not share any identification, demographics, device information, or other existing or potential identifiers for business or research purposes.

Advertisers, Advertising Networks, and Other Third Parties: Open Insulin will not share certain demographics information, user-generated content, device information and identifiers, connection and usage data, geolocation data, public and commercial information, and social media information for advertising or content purposes.

Partners: We may share your information with third party partners. For instance, if you enter a contest or sweepstakes sponsored by a third party, we may share the information you provide for that entry with the sponsor. Depending on the partnership, we may share certain information including contact information (at your direction), identification and demographic information, transactional information, user-generated content that you provide, research and feedback, device information and identifiers, connection and usage information, public and commercial information, and social media information.

Social Networks: We may share your information with social media platforms for example, if you click on a Facebook “like” button on an Open Insulin Service, the “like” may appear on your Facebook account. To control this sharing of information, please review and adjust your privacy settings for the relevant social network. Depending on your privacy settings and actions on such a network, we may share contact information, identification and demographic information, user-generated content, device information and identifiers, connection and usage data, and social media information.

Service Providers: We engage vendors to perform business purposes on our behalf and share information with them to enable them to provide us with such business purposes, including research and analytics, hosting, transaction and payment processing, promotion administration, fraud prevention, identity management, acquisition and other services. Service providers may use such information for their operational purposes in order to provide their services to us.

Search Engines: Depending on the Open Insulin Service, you may be able to engage with other members of the Service or the public. This may make the name and photo associated with your profile and any comments or user-generated content you provide visible to other members of that Service or the general public. If the information is available to the general public, it may also be searchable by search engines.

Law Enforcement, Regulators, Anti-fraud Coalitions and other groups: We share any of the categories of information we collect, as appropriate, with these third parties in order to: protect and enforce the legal rights, privacy, and safety of ourselves and our visitors; protect against possible fraud or other illegal activity; respond to requests from government and other authorities; and otherwise comply with legal process.

Sale or transfer of all or part of our business or assets

In the event that Open Insulin or any Open Insulin Affiliate is involved in a merger, acquisition, transfer of control, bankruptcy, reorganization or sale of assets, or diligence associated with such matters, we may sell or transfer the information described in this Privacy Policy as part of that transaction.

Legal Bases for Use of Your Information

The laws of some jurisdictions, such as the European Union, require companies to tell you about the legal basis for using, sharing, or disclosing your information. To the extent those laws apply, we may rely on the following legal bases:

Performance of a contract: where use of your information is necessary to provide you with Open Insulin Foundation under a contract, for example the relevant Terms of Service.

Legitimate interest: where use of your information is necessary for our or others legitimate interests and where the use is not outweighed by your rights and interests. Below are some examples of such interests:

  • providing Open Insulin Foundation
  • improving our Services and developing new ones
  • recognizing and better understanding our users, including across platforms conducting security and fraud prevention activities
  • marketing and promoting our content and services
  • building and managing business relationships
  • conducting compliance and risk management activities
  • providing and managing access to our systems

Legal obligation: where use of your information is necessary to comply with laws and regulations such as those relating to anti-bribery and corruption and anti-money laundering, complying with requests from government bodies or courts, or responding to litigation.

With consent: we may ask for your consent to process your information in a certain way. Where we rely on this basis, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time – please see the Your Rights and Your Choices sections below to do this.


Most of the Open Insulin Foundation are intended for users of all ages. Information about the practices of Open Insulin Foundation directed to children under the age of 15 in the United States or 16 in the European Union or where we have actual knowledge of a child is under such ages can be found in our Children’s Privacy Policy. If you are a parent or guardian and believe your child under 15 in the United States or under 16 in the European Union has provided us with personal information without consent, please contact us at


Depending on where you live, you may have certain rights with respect to your information. For example, under local laws, including in the European Union, you may be able to ask us to:

provide access to certain information we hold about you, in some cases in a portable format, if technically feasible update or correct your information, delete certain information, restrict the use of your information;

We will respond within the time period prescribed by applicable law. Please note that many of the above rights are subject to exceptions and limitations.

Some Open Insulin Foundation can only be provided if we have your information, therefore deletion of your information will result in termination of such Services.

We will take reasonable steps to verify your identity, including authenticating you through the email address. We may require further documentation before granting access to your information.

California residents with rights under the CCPA, may click here and their authorized agents may click here for access or deletion requests or email

U.S. residents who wish to learn more about access or deletion requests may click here.

Your rights and our responses will vary based on your state or country of residency. Please note that you may be located in a jurisdiction where we are not obligated, or are unable, to fulfill a request. In such a case, your request may not be fulfilled.

If you have any unresolved concerns, you may have the right to complain to your local data protection authority.

“Do Not Sell My Personal Information” (California Residents only)

California residents may opt out of the “sale” of their personal information. California law broadly defines “sale” in a way that may include allowing third parties to receive certain information such as cookies, IP address and/or browsing behavior to add to a profile about your device, browser, or you. This profile enables delivery of interest-based advertising on the Open Insulin Foundation or other sites. Advertising, including interest-based advertising, enables Open Insulin to provide you certain content for free and provide relevant offers to you.

Depending on what Services you use, we may share the following categories of information for such advertising which may be considered a sale (as defined by California law):

identification and demographics; device information and identifiers, such as IP address, and unique advertising identifiers and cookies; connection and usage information, such as browsing history or app usage; geolocation information, such as city; and inference data.

If you or your authorized agent would like to opt out of Open Insulin ’s use of your information for such purposes (to the extent this is considered a sale), you may do so as outlined on the following page: Do Not Sell My Personal Information.

Third Parties’ List – Shine the Light (California Residents only)

California residents can also request a list of all the third parties to which we have disclosed certain personal information (as defined by California’s Shine the Light law) during the preceding year for those third parties’ direct marketing purposes. California residents may contact us at, Open Insulin Attn: Chief Privacy Officer Anthony De Franco. In the body of your request, you must include: “California Shine the Light Request”, your name, a current California address including, street address, city, state, and zip code, as well as sufficient information for us to determine if the law applies to you. You will need to attest to the fact that you are a California resident. We will not accept requests by telephone, mail, or facsimile, and we are not responsible for notices that are not labeled or sent properly, or that do not have complete information.

Nevada Residents

Open Insulin does not engage in the following activity, however Nevada law requires us to post the following: certain Nevada consumers may opt out of the sale of “covered information” for monetary consideration to a person for that person to license or sell such information. “Covered information” includes first and last name, address, email address, phone number, Social Security Number, or an identifier that allows a specific person to be contacted either physically or online.

Open Insulin does not sell goods or services in the State of Nevada at this time, in the event that it changes we offer the following clause for the future: If you are a Nevada resident who has purchased goods or services from Open Insulin, you may submit a request to opt out of any potential future sales under Nevada law by emailing us at Please use “Nevada Do Not Sell” in the subject line. Note we will take reasonable steps to verify your identity and the authenticity of the request. Once verified, we will maintain your request in the event our practices change.


Cookies and Similar Technologies

We and our service providers, advertisers, and other third parties use cookies and similar technologies (e.g., HTTP cookies, HTML 5, flash local storage cookies, web beacons, GIFs, embedded scripts, ETags/cache browsers, and software development kits) to recognize you on, off, and across Open Insulin Foundation and your devices.

Third-Party Online Services

Open Insulin Foundation may contain links to third party services. These other sites (even if co-branded as Open Insulin ) may collect information about you and use this information in accordance with their own privacy policies and terms of service. We do not control those third parties’ policies or practices. Where Open Insulin collects personal information on a co-branded website or service, we will provide a link to our privacy policy as appropriate. In some circumstances, Open Insulin may host some websites on behalf of others and those entities may place or permit the placement of cookies and other tracking technology. Open Insulin is not responsible for these tracking practices.


We maintain organizational, technical, and physical safeguards to help protect the information we collect and use. These safeguards vary depending upon a variety of factors including the sensitivity of the information we collect and use. Despite all reasonable practices, no security method is infallible. HOW LONG WE KEEP YOUR INFORMATION We will keep your information only for as long as it is necessary to fulfill the purposes described above, unless a longer retention is required or permitted by law. We may delete or de-identify your information sooner if we receive a verifiable deletion request, subject to exemptions under applicable law. The retention period that applies to your information may vary depending on the Open Insulin Foundation you use and how you interact with them. Some Open Insulin Foundation may provide additional details on their data retention practices, so we encourage you to consult their website and/or FAQs.


We reserve the right to amend this Privacy Policy at any time to reflect changes to our practices or the law. We will make the revised Privacy Policy accessible through the Open Insulin Foundation. Please check the Open Insulin Foundation periodically for updates.

The date at the top of the Privacy Policy tells you when it was last updated. If we make material changes to the way we collect or use your information, you will be provided with appropriate notice, including by, but not limited to, posting the updated Privacy Policy on this website, and providing notice in accordance with legal requirements. Any changes to this Privacy Policy will become effective when the revised Privacy Policy is posted. By continuing to use the Open Insulin Foundation following any changes to this Privacy Policy, you acknowledge you have read and understand the updated Privacy Policy, and you understand that we will collect, use, and share information as stated therein.


For any questions or complaints about this Privacy Policy or our privacy practices, please contact us at Attn: Chief Privacy Officer Anthony De Franco.