NexGenLab LLC, Data Privacy Policy

Last Updated: 17 Nov 2023

  1. Introduction

NexGenLab LLC is committed to protecting the privacy and security of personal data. This Data Privacy Policy outlines how we collect, use, disclose, and protect personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other applicable data protection laws.

  1. Definitions
  1. Information We Collect

We may collect and process the following types of personal data for the purposes outlined in Section 4:

  1. Purposes of Processing

We process personal data for the following purposes:

  1. Legal Basis for Processing

Our processing activities are based on one or more legal grounds, including the necessity of processing for the performance of a contract, compliance with legal obligations, and legitimate interests pursued by NexGenLab, LLC.

  1. Data Subject Rights

Data subjects have the right to:

To exercise these rights, contact Richard Higby (

  1. Data Security

We implement appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of personal data.

  1. Data Sharing and Third Parties

We may share personal data with third parties only when necessary for the purposes outlined in Section 4. We ensure that such third parties are GDPR-compliant.

  1. International Data Transfers

Any international transfers of personal data will be done in compliance with GDPR requirements.

  1. Data Breach Notification

In the event of a data breach, NexGenLab will notify the appropriate supervisory authority and affected data subjects as required by law.

  1. Changes to this Policy

We may update this policy from time to time. The latest version will be available on our website.

  1. Contact Information

For any inquiries or concerns regarding this Data Privacy Policy, please contact Richard Higby (

What is Personal Data?

Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), personal data refers to any information that relates to an identified or identifiable natural person. Examples of personal data protected under the GDPR include, but are not limited to:

  1. Basic Identity Information:
  1. Contact Information:
  1. Demographic Information:
  1. Financial Information:
  1. Online Identifiers:
  1. Professional Information:
  1. Health Information:
  1. Biometric Data:
  1. Genetic Data:
  1. Location Data:

It’s important to note that the GDPR also considers indirect identifiers as personal data. Indirect identifiers are pieces of information that, when combined, can lead to the identification of an individual. For example, a combination of seemingly non-sensitive data, like a person’s job title and location, may become personally identifiable when linked together.

The protection of personal data under the GDPR is comprehensive, covering a wide range of information to safeguard individuals’ privacy and ensure responsible data processing by organizations.