Last updated: Aug 6, 2020
The California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”)
California residents may have additional privacy rights under applicable California law. A “California resident” is a natural person who resides in California, even if the person is temporarily outside of the state.
Specifically, the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) provides California residents additional rights to (i) know the personal information collected about them, (ii) request deletion of such information (subject to certain exceptions), (iii) opt-out of the sale of such information, and (iv) not be discriminated against for exercising those rights. Business that are subject to the CCPA are required to disclose the means to exercise the foregoing rights.
If you are a California resident using the Services, you have the following rights:
To request the categories of personal information that the business collected about you or disclosed about you for a business purpose.
To request deletion of the personal information it has collected from you, subject to certain legal exceptions.
To be protected from discrimination for exercising your CCPA rights.
To opt-out of the sale of your personal information.
Your rights under CCPA may be limited as permitted by applicable law (for example, if you are using the Services as an employee or agent under a business account). Locals.org expressly reserves all rights to claim legal exemptions permitted under the CCPA.
If you have a question about Locals.org’s practices under the CCPA or to the extent you wish to exercise your rights thereunder, you may contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. In the request, please specify which right you are seeking to exercise and the scope of the request. Locals.org reserves the right to request additional information from you to help us verify your identity and process your request.
California's "Shine the Light" law
California residents may annually request and obtain information that Locals.org shared with other businesses for their own direct marketing use within the prior calendar year.
California users may request further information about our compliance with this law by emailing us at email@example.com.
Do not track signals
Locals.org does not respond to Do Not Track (DNT) signals. However, some third-party sites do keep track of your browsing activities when they serve you content, which enables them to tailor what they present to you. If you are visiting such sites, your browser may include controls to block and delete cookies, web beacons and similar technologies, to allow you to opt out of data collection through those technologies.