If you are a natural person who is a California resident, as defined in the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (the “CCPA”, then you are a “consumer” and this California Consumer Privacy Act Notice (“CCPA Notice”) applies to you and your personal information as defined in the CCPA (“personal information”).
1. Rights of California Consumers
All consumers have the following rights under the CCPA:
- You have the right to opt-out of our disclosure of your personal information to third parties in exchange for consideration (“sell”, “sale”, “selling”, “sold” under the CCPA). We do not sell personal information, but if you want to confirm this to us, follow the instructions at this link: [California Consumer Information Requests]. Please be aware that we may still disclose your personal information as permitted under the CCPA, including to comply with laws, to comply with government investigations, to cooperate with law enforcement agencies concerning the violation of laws, to assert our rights in connection with legal claims, and if we have de-identified and/or aggregated your personal information in compliance with the CCPA.
- You have the right to not be discriminated against because you have exercised any of your rights under the CCPA.
- You have the right to designate an authorized agent to make requests to us to exercise any of your rights under the CCPA.
Except for personal information we have because you or a business you work for or own has a direct business relationship with us, or information you may have provided as an employee or applicant for our use in that context, you have the following rights under the CCPA.
- You have the right to request that we disclose to you the categories of personal information we have collected about you, the categories of sources from which we collected that personal information, the business purposes for which we use that information, and the specific pieces of personal information we have about you.
- You have the right to request that we disclose to you the categories of personal information we have collected about you, the categories of personal information we have sold about you, and for each category of your personal information we have sold, the categories of third parties to which we sold that personal information.
- You have the right to request the categories of your personal information we have disclosed for a business purpose.
- You have the right to request that we delete any of your personal information that we have collected from you.
To make any of the requests exercising your rights listed in this Section, you may contact us using the email information here: [California Consumer Information Requests].
Please note that, as we explain in more detail below:
- We are primarily a service provider to our customers, and so in most cases we do not have the authority to provide access to or deletion of your personal information; you will have to contact the relevant customer.
- We have to be able to verify your identity in order to comply with any of your requests to exercise your rights, and we collect limited categories of personal information that can be used to verify your identity.
2. Collection, Use and Disclosure of Personal Information We Collect Through Our Website
We do not sell personal information we collect through our website. Personal information we do collect, the business purpose for which we collect it, and the service providers or other third parties who may receive it are in the table below:
3. Collection, Use and Disclosure of Personal Information through our advertising technology platform.
We do not knowingly collect or sell the personal information of minors under the age of 16.
“Do Not Sell My Personal Information” and Other Consumer Requests
1. Everflow emphasizes that unless you have contacted Everflow directly to provide us with your contact information (for example, through one of the means provided on this page or on our website marketing or contact forms), Everflow does not know who you are. Everflow does not have the ability to identify any individual person using any of the information it collects on its web pages or through its advertising technology platform. The closest that Everflow can come is using your mobile device’s advertising identifier or information stored in “opt-out” cookies on your device to identify that specific device.
2. Except in those limited cases where you have provided us with your contact information, when we fulfill your requests to exercise your rights under the CCPA, we’re really going to be providing you with information Everflow has about one device at a time, deleting information about that device, and stopping the sale of information about that device. That’s because we don’t know who you are – at most we only know things about that device – so that’s all we can do. If you change your device, or change certain information on the device, it will appear to us as a new device, and will treat it accordingly. We explain more about that below.
3. Everflow provides its advertising technology platform to its customers as a service provider. That means most of the personal information we have belongs to our customers, not to us, so we will not be able to provide it to you or delete it. We will try to provide contact information for the customers we determine may control your personal information.
4. You can make a request to Everflow in order to exercise any of your rights under the CCPA. Because we only know about devices, not about people, we will need your mobile advertising identifier in order to verify your identity and fulfill your request. Your mobile advertising identifier is assigned by your device's operating system. To find your mobile advertising identifier in iOS, download an app such as The Identifiers. To find it in Android, check the Ads section of the Google settings app on your device. If your mobile advertising identifier is shown as a string of only zeroes, your device is already set to limit ad tracking by default.
You can make a request to Everflow through either of the methods below in order to exercise any of your rights under the CCPA.
- Request Here: [Web form]
5. If you want to opt-out of the sale of your personal information, or prevent tracking your device for advertising and providing personalized information, you can also use one of the following methods:
- Android devices: You can reset your advertising identifier at any time, right from the Ads section of the Google Settings app on your device. From the same app, you can also opt-out of targeted advertising based on the advertising identifier by setting the appropriate ad tracking preference.
- Web browsers: You can disable all cookies (which will affect the functionality of most websites), or only third party cookies, which may affect the functionality of some websites. Most advertisers use third party cookies. Then if you know which cookies you want to delete, you can delete those, or you can delete all of your cookies (which again, will affect the functionality of most websites – for example, you may lose your login status). You have to repeat the process for each browser you use. From our perspective, each browser is a separate device.
- [The National Advertising Initiative also offers a tracking opt-out service, which requires allowing NAI to place a cookie on your device.]
6. If you get a new device or browser, reset your mobile advertising identifier, or delete [your/our] cookies stored by a browser, we may not recognize the device or browser as one that has opted out. We also may not be able to recognize that we collected personal information from that device or browser before you made the change, so we won’t be able to tell you anything about the personal information we collected from that device or browser before the change. Also, unless you change the settings on your browser or device as we describe above in order to opt out of further collection of personal information for the purposes of personalizing advertisements, our system will continue to automatically collect that personal information at least briefly, even if you have asked us to delete what we have, though we will not sell it.