the “Privacy Statement for Users Outside of California” on

When we use the pronoun “us,” we are referring to the person(s) or organization(s) that run this website.

If you are reading this, then “you” refers to each and every individual or organization who uses this website.

Only users who are residents of California should be concerned with this California Privacy Notice, which is meant to augment the website’s privacy statement. The same definitions apply to terms used in this notice and any other documents cited in the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA).

What We Do to Collect Data
The Website gathers data that might be used to recognize, contact, or locate a specific person or device.

Throughout the previous year, the Website gathered the following types of customer data:

A. Terms explained.
an actual name, a nickname, a street address, a username, an account name, an email address, an IP address, a driver’s license number, a passport number, a pseudonym, or another government-issued identification.
Yes B. Information that is described as “Customer Records” under California law (Cal. Civ. Code 1798.80(e)).
Anything that can be used to identify a person, such as their name, signature, Social Security number, physical characteristics or descriptions, address, phone number, passport number, driver’s license or state identification card number, insurance policy number, employment history, educational background, bank account number, credit card number, debit card number, or other financial, medical, or health insurance information.
What traits are protected by federal or California law in terms of categorization? C. YES.
Age (at least 40), race, color, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, religion or creed, marital status, illness, physical or mental disability, sex (including gender, gender identity, and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, veteran or military status, genetic information, and age-related conditions are all prohibited (including familial genetic information).
Yes would be the acceptable response under category D given that this is commercial information.
keeping track of your purchases, how often you make them, and any other consumption patterns or routines you might have.
Definitely E. knowledge derived from biometric characteristics.
Examples of genetic, physiological, behavioral, or biological traits or activity patterns that may be used to derive a template, another identifier, or identifying information include fingerprints, faces, voices, iris or retina scans, keystrokes, gait or other physical patterns, and sleep, health, and exercise information.
Use of the internet, or a similar network, in this case, is a YES.
Details on a user’s behavior inside an app, online, or in response to advertisements.
G. Absolutely, specifics on a place.
movement or a physical circumstance.
True without a doubt. headline-grabbing news.
There are several distinct sensory data kinds, such as sounds, images, temperatures, and smells.
information that is pertinent to a person’s profession or area of work; YES I. Evaluations of performance and testimonials from current or former employers.
According to Section 1232g of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (20 U.S.C. The answer to question J is yes in accordance with Title IX of the Code of Federal Regulations (34 CFR Part 99) and the Code of Federal Laws (34 CFR Part 99).
Grades, transcripts, class rosters, student timetables, student identification numbers, financial data, and disciplinary records are among the education records that are kept by an educational institution or group operating on its behalf.
K. inferences made in your profile based on other data.
Everyone’s traits, propensities, dispositions, behavior, attitudes, IQ, skills, and aptitudes are all reflected in their profile.
YES Information that is not recognized as personal information includes the following:

information that may be obtained from reputable sources without charge.
consumer information that has been combined or deidentified.
Information not covered by the CCPA, such as some types of health or medical information and information covered by other laws.
We get the following types of personal data from the organizations listed above:

a statement you make on your own. such as when you make a purchase or fill out a form.
Others will be indirectly impacted by what you do. For example, by tracking your online activities while visiting our website, we might get this information.
Using Personal Information
The following are a few examples of how we could use and disclose your personal information for business purposes:

to accomplish the stated goal for which the facts were submitted. If you want a price quote for our services or have questions about them, for example, we’ll use your name and email address to contact you. When you make a purchase, we will only use the information you provide about yourself to process your payment and arrange delivery of the goods or services you ordered. In addition to handling returns and fulfilling new product orders, we could keep your information on file.
To prevent transactional fraud, we ask for your patience as we process your orders, transactions, and payments.
To assist you, to address your questions, to look into and address any issues you might be experiencing, to keep track of our performance, and to look into and address any issues you might be experiencing.
in compliance with the law’s obligations and in response to inquiries from the police.
In accordance with the CCPA’s requirements or the goals for which your data was collected, whenever required.
As part of the due diligence procedure, in connection with the prospective sale, divestment, restructuring, reorganization, dissolution, or other sale or transfer of some or all of our or our affiliates’ assets, including personal information about website users.
We won’t amass new categories of personal information without your consent, nor use the ones we already have for purposes that are wildly different from, irrelevant from, or incompatible with one another.

Personal Information Exchange
As part of our regular business operations, we might need to share your personal information with a third party. If we share sensitive information with a third party for commercial purposes, they must sign a contract pledging to keep the information private and not use it for any reason other than carrying out the agreement.

With the following types of third parties do we divulge your information:

service providers for a basic need.
collect information.
The Opportunities and Rights You Have
New consumer protections are offered to Californians through the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). In this section, you will learn about your CCPA protections and how to use them.

Other access requirements and the right to data portability
We will provide you with details regarding the data we have gathered and the ways in which we have used it over the past year upon your request. Following receipt and verification of your customer request, we’ll abide by your requests for access, portability, and deletion (for more information, see Your Rights to Access, Portability, and Erasure of Your Personal Information).

There are many sensitive pieces of information we store about you.
a description of the methods by which we have obtained the various pieces of information about you.
We should purchase or sell such personal data because it is in our best interest.
who the different types of third parties are that we might disclose your information to.
We have gathered a lot of information about you (also called a data portability request).
If your personal information was sold or given to a third party for business purposes, you will receive two lists: one listing the categories of information that was sold and the other listing the categories of information that was given to third parties for business purposes.
Requesting Permission to Remove
You have the right to request that we delete your personal information from our records in certain situations. With some exceptions, we will delete (and ask our service providers to delete) your personal information from our records once we receive your verified consumer request (see Exercising Access, Data Portability, and Deletion Rights).

If we or one or more of our service providers find it necessary to keep this information on file:

fulfill your request for the requested good or service, perform any obligations that would naturally be expected as part of our ongoing business relationship, as otherwise required by law, or as otherwise required to carry out the terms of our contract with you.
Finding security breaches, preventing dishonesty, fraud, or illegal activity, and bringing criminal charges against offenders.
In order for a product to function as intended, problems must be fixed through the process of debugging.
Keep in mind the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of California (Penal Code 1546 et seq. Allowing internal uses should only be done in a way that is consistent with the behavior that our customers can reasonably expect from us.
respect the requirements of the law.
In light of the circumstances surrounding the disclosure of the information, use it for any additional, reasonable business needs that emerge.
Possession, deletion, and subject access rights with regard to data
When requesting access, data portability, or deletion from us, customers may do so using any of the following methods, pending our verification:

Get in touch with us by sending an email to [email protected].
Only you, or a representative who has registered on your behalf with the California Secretary of State, may submit verifiable consumer requests for your personal information. Verifiable consumer demands may also be submitted on a minor child’s behalf.

Only two requests for access or data portability that can be linked to a particular customer may be granted by you each year. An order from a customer is only valid if it complies with the following conditions:

Please provide specifics so that we can verify that you are either the person whose personal information we are collecting or an authorized representative.
In order for us to assess your request and respond appropriately, please provide as much information as you can.
If we are unable to confirm your identity or that you have the proper authority to make the request, we will not be able to respond to your request or provide you with the necessary personal information.

Without registering, a consumer can legally inquire.

If you make a request of us and we need to confirm your identity in order to fulfill that request, we will only use your private information in that situation.

Exactly where and when to respond
Whenever a confirmed client request is received, we will try our best to respond within forty-five (45) days. We will give you written notice if and when we need a delay.

You have a choice between receiving a physical letter in the mail or a message from us online.

We will only give disclosures to consumers that pertain to the previous 12 months in response to a confirmed consumer request. We’ll respond to you with a thorough justification if we can’t accommodate your request. Your personal information will be provided to you in a format that is easy to use and should enable you to quickly transfer the data from one organization to another in order to abide by data portability requirements.

Unless they are excessive, persistent, or obviously unjustified, consumer requests that can be verified are reviewed and dealt with without charge. Prior to completing your request, we will give you a cost estimate and explain the factors that went into our pricing decision.

Individual Data Commercialization
No one else will be made aware of your private information. We will provide you the CCPA-required chance to “opt-out” and “opt-in” if we ever plan to sell your personal information to a third party.

We won’t retaliate in any way if you exercise any of your CCPA rights, so you can rest assured. Without the CCPA’s permission, we won’t do the following:

Do not accept any offers of goods or services from anyone.
You may receive discounts or be penalized to alter the prices you pay for goods and services.
Please provide you with something of higher quality.
Inform you that the cost or price of the goods or services you have requested could change or that the caliber of those goods or services could deteriorate.
Privacy in California is further safeguarded
If you are a California resident and have visited our website, you have the right to ask for more information about how we disclose your personal information to third parties for their direct marketing requirements under the “Shine the Light” law of California (Civil Code Section 1798.83). Emailing [email protected] will allow you to submit your request.

Our privacy disclosure has been updated.
This privacy notice is subject to change without prior notice. We’ll prominently post a new copy of the Privacy Notice on our website each time we make material changes to it and we’ll update the date it goes into effect. By using our website after the changes have been posted, you accept them.

Detailed Contact Information
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this notice, how we collect and use your data as described above and in our Privacy Policy, your choices and rights regarding such use, or if you want to use your legal options under California law, please contact us at. is the website’s address.
You can get in touch with us at [email protected].