California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Rights

The CCPA provides California residents with specific rights regarding their personal information data that is collected and “sold” through these technologies. A "sale" under the CCPA has a broad definition, so that any data sold, rented, released, disclosed, disseminated, transferred, made available or otherwise communicated by a business to another business for money or value is considered a sale.

As a resident of California, you have the right to notice, right to access, right to opt out, right to request deletion, and right to equal services. Below we have outlined how to exercise these rights.


Right to Notice

Shiratsuchi-dc and select partners use cookies or similar technologies to collect data. The specific categories of personal information collected and the purpose for how that information will be used is specified in our Privacy Policy.

With respect to advertising, we and selected third parties, may use precise geolocation data and actively scan device characteristics for identification in order to store and/or access information on a device and process personal data (e.g. browsing data, IP addresses, usage data or unique identifiers) for the following purposes: personalized ads and content, ad and content measurement, and audience insights; develop and improve products.


Right to Access

You have the right to request certain personal information that has been collected in the past 12 months. Please email us at [email protected] to request this information.


Right to Opt-Out

You can freely give, deny, or withdraw your consent at any time. Learn more and exercise your rights by accessing the advertising preferences panel.


Right to Request Deletion

You may request that we delete personal information we have collected from you, in accordance with the CCPA law. When we respond to your request to delete, we will explain what (if any) information we have kept and why. Please email us at [email protected].


Right to Request Deletion

We will not discriminate against anyone for exercising any of their CCPA rights.