California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

 

The California Consumer Privacy Act ("CCPA") requires us to provide California residents with some additional information about the categories of personal information we collect and share, where we get that personal information, and how and why we use it.

 

The CCPA also requires us to provide a list of the "categories" of personal information we collect, as that term is defined in the law:

 

  • Identifiers (like your user name, contact information, and device and online identifiers);

  • Commercial information (your purchase history, for example);

  • Internet or other electronic network activity information (such as your usage of our Services);

  • Geolocation data (such as your location based on your IP address); and

  • Inferences we make (such as likelihood of retention or attrition).

 

You can find more information about what we collect in the "Information Collection" section above.

 

We collect personal information for the business and commercial purposes described in the "How and Why We Use Information" section. And we share this information with the categories of third parties described in the "Sharing Information" section.

 

If you are a California resident, you have additional rights under the CCPA, subject to any exemptions provided by the law, including the right to:

 

  • Request to know the categories of personal information we collect, the categories of business or commercial purpose for collecting and using it, the categories of sources from which the information came, the categories of third parties we share it with, and the specific pieces of information we collect about you;

  • Request deletion of personal information we collect or maintain;

  • Opt out of any sale of personal information; and

  • Not receive discriminatory treatment for exercising your rights under the CCPA.