California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a state statute that provides residents of California with several rights regarding the use and collection of their personal information. Take a look at our California Privacy Statement for specifics and more information. 

What rights are provided by the CCPA?

The CCPA offers and protects several rights to California residents when it comes to personal data, including the rights to:

  • Know what of your personal information is being collected
  • Request the deletion of the collected personal information
  • Opt-out of having your personal information sold

What isn't covered?

Any sharing, collecting, or maintaining of information required to follow the law, provide an account, or give you the best service possible.

How do I exercise these rights?

Contact our Support team or complete the California Data Request Form

 

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