Your California Privacy Rights. As a California resident, you have the rights listed below. However, these rights are not absolute, and in certain cases we may decline your request as permitted by law.
- Know/information. You can request information about the categories of personal information that we have collected; the categories of sources from which we collected personal information; the business or commercial purpose for collecting, sharing and/or selling personal information; the categories of any personal information that we sold or disclosed for a business purpose; and the categories of any third parties with whom personal information was sold, shared or disclosed for a business purpose.
- Access. You can request a copy of the personal information that we have collected about you.
- Correction. You can ask us to correct inaccurate personal information that we have collected about you.
- Deletion. You can ask us to delete the personal information that we have collected from you.Opt-out of tracking for targeted advertising purposes. You can opt-out of certain tracking activities for targeted advertising purposes as described in the interest-based advertising section above.
- Nondiscrimination. You are entitled to exercise the rights described above free from discrimination as prohibited by the CCPA.
How to Exercise Your Rights.
- Information/know, access, correction, and deletion. You may submit requests to exercise these rights via email to email@example.com . We cannot process your request if you do not provide us with sufficient detail to allow us to understand and respond to it.
- Opt-out of “sharing” for targeted advertising purposes. Like many companies, we use services that help deliver interest-based ads to you as described above. California law classifies our use of some of these services as “sharing” your personal information with the Advertising partners that provide the services from which you have the right to opt-out. You can broadcast the
Global Privacy Control (GPC) to opt-out for each participating browser system that you use. Learn more at the Global Privacy Control website.
Verification of Identity. We may need to verify your identity in order to process your information/know, access, correction, or deletion requests and reserve the right to confirm your residency. To verify your identity, we may require government identification, a declaration under penalty of perjury, authentication into your Service account, personal identifiers we can match against information we may have collected from you previously, confirmation of your request using the email or telephone account stated in the request, or other information, where permitted by law.
Authorized Agents. Your authorized agent may be able to make a request on your behalf. However, we may need to verify your authorized agent’s identity and authority to act on your behalf. We may require a copy of a valid power of attorney given to your authorized agent pursuant to applicable law. If you have not provided your agent with such a power of attorney, we may ask you to take additional steps permitted by law to verify that your request is authorized, such as by providing your agent with written and signed permission to exercise your rights on your behalf, the information we request to verify your identity, and confirmation that you have given the authorized agent permission to submit the request.
Sales. We do not “sell” personal information as defined by the CCPA and have not sold personal information in the preceding 12 months. We do not have actual knowledge that we have sold or shared the personal information of California residents under 16 years of age.
Sensitive personal information. We do not use or disclose sensitive personal information for purposes that California residents have a right to limit under the CCPA.
Retention. The criteria for deciding how long to retain personal information is generally based on whether such period is sufficient to fulfill the purposes for which we collected it as described in this notice, including complying with our legal obligations.
Deidentification. We do not to attempt to reidentify deidentified information derived from personal information, except for the purpose of testing whether our deidentification processes comply with applicable law.