Your rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) provides you with rights regarding how your data or personal information is treated. Under the legislation, California residents can choose to opt out of the “sale” of their personal information to third parties. Based on the CCPA definition, “sale” refers to data collection for the purpose of creating advertising and other communications. Learn more about CCPA and your privacy rights.
Disclosure for California Consumers
Unless specifically stated, we have not sold or shared Personal Information about California consumers to third parties for their own use in the past twelve months. Relatedly, we do not have actual knowledge that we sell or share Personal Information of California consumers under 16 years of age. However, we may share your personal information with our affiliates and trusted partners in arrangements that may meet the broad definition of “sale” or “share” under California law. In these arrangements, use of the information we share is limited by policies, contracts, or similar restrictions. That said, we may share information with third-party advertising partners or analytics providers for the purpose of promoting our Services as described above, including for cross-context behavioral advertising. To the extent that such sharing is considered a “sale” under the CCPA, you may opt-out of having your personal information shared with such advertising partners or analytics providers by emailing us here: [INSERT]. For purposes of California law, a “sale” is the disclosure of Personal Information to a Third Party for monetary or other valuable consideration, and a “share” is the disclosure of Personal Information to a Third Party for cross-context behavioral advertising, whether or not for monetary or other valuable consideration.
Additional Privacy Rights for California Residents: Right to Access.
If you are a California consumer, you have the right to ask us to send you the following information up to two times in a twelve-month period: (i) categories of personal data we have collected about you; (ii) categories of sources from which we collected the personal data; (iii) our business or commercial purpose for collecting personal data; (iv) categories of third parties with whom we share personal data; (v) categories of personal data we disclose about you for business purposes; (vi) categories of personal data we sell or exchange for consideration about you; and (vii) the specific pieces of personal information we have collected about you.
Right to Delete.
If you are a California consumer, you have the right to ask us to delete the personal data about you we have collected. We may deny the request if the information is necessary to: (i) complete a transaction, including providing a requested or reasonably anticipated good or service, or fulfill a contract between the consumer and Remaker Labs; (ii) detect and protect against security incidents, malicious, deceptive, fraudulent, or illegal activity, or take against those responsible for such activity; (iii) debug to identify and repair errors impairing intended functionality; (iv) comply with the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act; (v) engage in research in the public interest adhering to applicable ethics and privacy laws where the consumer has provided informed consent; (vi) enable solely internal uses reasonably aligned with the consumer’s expectations based on the consumer’s relationship with Remaker Labs; (vii) comply with a legal obligation; or (viii) otherwise use the information internally in a lawful manner compatible with the context in which the consumer provided the information.
Right to portability.
A consumer has the right to request personal information about the consumer be disclosed in a common file format.
Right to Opt-out of the sale of Personal Information.
If a business sells personal information to third parties, California consumers have the right, at any time, to opt out of the sale or disclosure of their personal information to third parties. Remaker Labs does not sell personal information to third parties, except in conjunction with a corporate sale, merger, dissolution, or acquisition.
Right to designate an authorized agent.
You have the right to designate an authorized agent to make a request under the CCPA on your behalf. To designate an authorized agent, please contact us.
Right to non-discrimination.
The CCPA grants California consumers the right not to be discriminated against for exercising your privacy rights. If you exercise your privacy rights, we will not discriminate against you, for example, by denying you access to our shop or charging you different rates or prices for the same Remaker Labs services, unless that difference is reasonably related to the value provided by your data.
California Privacy Rights Act.
In addition to the rights provided by the CCPA, California residents are provided with the following rights through the California Privacy Rights Act: (i) the right to request that incorrect or outdated personal information be corrected but not deleted; (ii) the right to restrict a business’s ability to process sensitive data about the consumer; and (iii) prohibition against a business making decisions about a consumer based solely on an automated process without human input.
California Shine the Light.
The California “Shine the Light” law permits users who are California residents to request and obtain from us once a year, free of charge, a list of the third parties to whom we have disclosed their personal information (if any) for their direct marketing purposes in the prior calendar year, as well as the type of personal information disclosed to those parties.
Disclosure About Direct Marketing for California Residents.
California Civil Code § 1798.83 permits California residents to annually request certain information regarding our disclosure of Personal Information to other entities for their direct marketing purposes in the preceding calendar year. We do not distribute your Personal Information to other entities for their own direct marketing purposes.
How to opt out