California Privacy Rights

Your California Privacy Rights

Under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”) you have the “Right to Know” or the “Right to Access Information About Collection, Disclosure and Sale of your Personal Information” over the past 12 months. Please see this link to access your data under the CCPA: See My Data: https://www.aidentified.com/see-my-data/

You also have the Right to Deletion of your personal information (subject to certain exceptions, such as information collected from government sources) and the Right to Opt Out of the Sale of Your Personal Information.  Please see this link to ask for your data to be deleted/to opt out of sales and marketing: Do Not Sell My Data: https://www.aidentified.com/do-not-sell-my-data/

The information you will be asked to provide to verify your information for a CCPA request will only be used to fulfill your CCPA request.

You also have a Right Not to be Discriminated Against for exercising your CCPA rights. You do not need to request this right, this a is a right we will always give you in regard to any CCPA rights request.

California Personal Information Disclosure
Under the CCPA we are listing the information below to let you know whether Aidentified has, in the last 12 months, collected the following categories of information and whether they are transferred to third parties for consideration or for an organization’s “business purpose” as that term is defined under California law.

Note: While a category may be marked in the table below that does not necessarily mean that we have information in that category about you in our database. For example, many of our profiles do not have all possible fields populated and, categories such as “commercial information” may only include information such as commercial transactions that are publicly available either via reported news events or SEC information (e.g., IPOs, mergers, acquisitions, financing rounds of companies).

 

Category of Personal InformationIs information collected by us?Is information transferred for valuable consideration?Is information transferred for business purposes?
Audio, electronic, visual, thermal, olfactory, or similar information
Bank account number
Biometric information
Commercial information (e.g., property, products or services purchased, or other purchasing or consuming histories or tendencies)
Credit card number✓  (only for transactions with customers- not used in our data services)✓  (only to payment services providers as needed)
Debit card number
Driver’s License Number / State ID
Education
Electronic network activity (e.g., browsing history)
Email address
Employment
Employment history
Geolocation data
Health insurance information
Identifiers (e.g., name or alias)
Insurance policy number
Medical information
Online identifier (e.g., IP address)
Passport number
Physical characteristics
Postal address
Signature
Social security number
Telephone number
Characteristics of protected classifications under California or federal law (e.g., gender, race, age, marital status).
Inferences drawn from other personal information (to create a profile about a consumer that would reflect the person’s preferences, characteristics, predispositions, behavior)

 

California Civil Code Section 1798.83 also known as the “Shine the Light” law permits customers who are California residents to request certain information regarding our disclosure of personal information to third parties for their direct marketing purposes. To make such a request, please contact privacy@aidentified.com.