Do Not Sell My Personal Information

California Consumer Privacy Act

Under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), beginning January 1, 2020, California residents have the right to access or delete their personal information or opt out of the sale of personal information about them or their household, such as (though not limited to) their name, postal or email address, and other personally identifying information. You need not be physically present in California to exercise this right provided that you have a current California residence.

This right is subject to certain exemptions. For example, the law does not apply to information that has been aggregated and/or de-identified such that it could not reasonably be used to identify you. It also does not apply to information that we share with third-party service providers in order for them to perform certain business functions for us.

How to Exercise Your Opt-Out Rights or Other California Privacy Rights

As a resident in the State of California, if you wish to exercise your CCPA rights under California law, you or your authorized agent may fill out the following form:

First Name
Last Name
E-mail
Zipcode
State


Except as otherwise required by law, requests pertaining to children under 18 should be submitted by a parent, legal guardian, or other authorized adult representative.
As with the right to opt out, the other rights provided by the CCPA are subject to certain exemptions and exceptions, as specified in the applicable statutes and/or associated regulations issued by California’s Office of the Attorney General. Those statues and/or regulations may also stipulate the maximum time allowed for acknowledging and responding to a request. There is no charge for making privacy-related requests.

Please note that, in order to better safeguard your privacy and the privacy of others, we may be required to verify your identity before processing certain data-related requests. (Click Here to see our California Privacy Addendum for more information about verification requirements.)
In some cases, we may be unable to fulfill your request because we have no way to verify your identity to the standard the law and/or its associated regulations require. For example (but without limitation), if you have visited our website, but never left a comment, submitted a Contact Form, completed a financial transaction with us, or interacted with us via email or other means, we probably do not have enough information to confirm your identity to even a “reasonable degree of certainty” (as the applicable regulations may define that term). Also, in addition to any other exemptions applicable law and/or regulation may provide to your rights under the CCPA (particularly with regard to the deletion of your personal information), we may be unable to delete certain information (e.g., our web host’s server and error logs) for technical reasons.
(To learn more about what kinds of information we gather in connection with this website and/or its associated services, please consult the Privacy Policy and California Privacy Policy Addendum.)