Your California Privacy Rights
California Privacy Rights for BriefHistory.net.
Under the CCPA, among other rights, California consumers have the right to:
- Request that a business that collects a consumer's personal data disclose the categories and specific pieces of personal data that a business has collected about consumers.
- Request that a business delete any personal data about the consumer that a business has collected.
- Request that a business that sells a consumer's personal data, not sell the consumer's personal data.
- Request categories and specific pieces of personal data we collect
If you require additional information and/or to otherwise exercise your rights under the CCPA to request the categories and specific pieces of personal data BriefHistory.net collects, please contact: email@example.com and please put CCPA Request in the subject line.
Request to opt out of the sale of personal data
Except as described in the About Cookies section below, BriefHistory.net does not sell, as defined in the CCPA, personal data. Rather, it only discloses personal data when you choose to interact with a third party, such as when you register to receive third party sponsored content. In such case, your personal data will be shared only with that third party, and the third party cannot sell your personal data without notice to you and an opportunity to opt out.
In some other cases, BriefHistory.net may directly send you third party offers, however, your Personal data continues to be held by BriefHistory.net, unless you specifically indicate that IDGC can share it, or you provide your personal data to the third party sponsor yourself, including in response to any such third party offer.
Because BriefHistory.net does not sell, as defined in the CCPA, your personal data (except for cookies, as described in About Cookies below), if a California consumer communicates an opt-out request under this provision, you will be provided information about and directed to follow the instructions provided in the About Cookies section below.
However, under the CCPA, if any cookie can uniquely identify you or the device you, or any other person is using, via an IP address or other online identifier, this is personal data.
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