Welcome to CleanData, a product management platform for manufacturers and distributors of lab science products that connects you to your partners and vendors. The CleanData service and network (collectively, “CleanData” or “Service”) are operated by CleanData, LLC. We at CleanData are committed to respecting your privacy, while providing you with a platform to share information with your colleagues. By accessing or using the Service, you (“User”) signify that you have read, understand, and agree to be bound by (1) the Terms of Use (“Terms”) and (2) this CleanData Privacy Policy, whether or not you are a registered member of CleanData.

This document explains how CleanData collects and uses information when you use the Service and the safeguards we use to protect that information. If you do not accept either the Terms of Use or this Privacy Policy, you should not access the website and/or become a CleanData Member.

Information Collected by CleanData

CleanData collects two types of information:

Information that you enter while using the Service. When you provide it, CleanData may collect Profile Data and Professional Data. “Profile Data” includes your full name, email address, phone number, and job title. “Professional Data” includes information about your organization, including, but not limited to, company name, company address, website, and industry.

By joining CleanData, you accept this Privacy Policy and the Terms of Use; however, as a CleanData Member you are under no obligation to provide Profile Data or Professional Data to CleanData.

Information about how you use the Service. When you use the Service, we may collect basic information such as your IP address, the browser you are using to access the Service, and the operating system running on your computer. Also, we may monitor what website software features you access, how often you access them, and how active you are when you access them. Knowing this information allows us to improve the site and make it better fit the needs of CleanData Members and Users.

Cookies. CleanData also uses “cookies”. Cookies are small amounts of data that are stored on your computer and relay your usage patterns to the Service. Cookies allow us to personalize the Service for you. You can block cookies through your web browser if you do not want CleanData to use cookies.

Account Registration

Registration. To register, you are required to provide some Profile Data. If you do not wish to provide CleanData with this Profile Data, you should not register

While you are a CleanData Member you agree to the following:

  1. The Profile Data you provide will be accurate, truthful, complete, and current.
  2. The Professional Data you provide will be accurate, truthful, complete, and current.
  3. You will maintain the security of your password
  4. You will update the Registration Information and Profile Data you provide to CleanData as it changes.
  5. You are fully responsible for all use and content of your account.

How CleanData Uses Your Profile and Professional Data

To Contact You. CleanData uses your Profile Data and your Professional Data to contact you regarding: your account, changes to the website, website newsletters, and special offers open to CleanData Members. You may opt-out of these communications if you so choose by contacting us at Should you opt-out, CleanData reserves the right to send you notices regarding the status of your account. CleanData may use Profile Data to contact you, and may also enhance or merge Profile Data with data obtained from other parties for the same purposes.

Market Analysis. At times, CleanData will collect, retain, and use your Profile Data for market analysis. CleanData may also compile and distribute reports to third parties using Profile Data and Professional Data; however, individuals will never be identified in these reports.

Back Up. CleanData may keep a backup copy of all Profile Data and Professional Data for a reasonable period of time to allow the website and its Members to revert to a prior version of that Data.

Access to Your Profile and Professional Data

CleanData does not sell, trade, rent, or otherwise disclose your Profile Data or your Professional Data, other than as stated in this Privacy Policy and in the Terms of Use, unless you first provide us with written or electronically transmitted permission to do so.

Default Settings. By default, certain aspects of your Professional Data are viewable on CleanData only by you, by Members and Users to whom you designate access, or by all CleanData Members and Users. The relationships you have with other Members (as defined in the Terms of Use) determines these default access levels. Your Profile Data is, by default, only viewable by CleanData members.

You should understand that no security measures are perfect or inviolable, and while CleanData makes reasonable effort to preserve the integrity of the privacy structure in the Service, you post Profile Data and Professional Data at your own risk. CleanData is not responsible for circumvention of any of our privacy settings. CleanData cannot guarantee that the Data you submit through the Service will not be viewed by unauthorized persons. In the event of a security breach we will notify the affected Members and repair the breach in a reasonable amount of time.

Incidental Access. CleanData works with other companies to provide information technology services to its Members and Users. These companies may have access to CleanData’s databases, but only for the purposes of providing service to CleanData. For example, a third party may obtain access to your Profile or Professional Data in an effort to update database software, or manage data. These companies will operate under consumer confidentiality agreements with CleanData.

Members and Users should report any unauthorized activity or unauthorized use of information to as soon as they become aware of such activity. Unauthorized use of Profile Data or Professional Data violates this Privacy Policy and the Terms of Use.


If you choose to use our invitation service, we will ask you for information needed to send the invitation, such as a colleague’s email address. CleanData stores this information to send this invitation, to register a connection if your invitation is accepted, and to track the success of our referral program. Your invitee may contact us at to request that we remove this information from our database.

Age Restriction

Registration, use of, or access to the website by people under eighteen (18) years of age is a violation of this Privacy Policy and the Terms of Use. By registering with CleanData, you represent and warrant that you are 18 years of age or older and that you agree to and will comply with all of the terms of this Privacy Policy and the Terms of Use.

CleanData reserves the right to terminate access to Members and Users at any time with or without cause.

Changes to Business

CleanData may transfer, sell, or assign information concerning use of the Service, including without limitation, Members’ Profile Data and Professional Data, in the event of a change in business practices such as a merger, acquisition by another company, consolidation, liquidation, or reorganization.

Changes to Policies

CleanData reserves the right to revise or update this policy at any time. If we do so, we will post a new Privacy Policy on the Service and/or notify you. We encourage Members and Users to check back frequently for changes. This Privacy Policy and the Terms of Use apply to the CleanData alpha version and to all subsequent versions.

You may contact us at any time with questions or concerns regarding the Terms of Use or the Privacy Policy at