The CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) is a privacy law implemented on January 1 2020 in the State of California which defines personal information more broadly, ensures greater transparency, accountability and provides consumers with extended rights as to the collection and use of their personal information.
Under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Retargetly is required to disclose whether it sells personal information. We do transfer personal information collected via our publisher’s websites to third parties. This is considered a sale under the CCPA. California residents can opt out from sales (do not sell) by using the link below:
We do not sell the information we collect from our customers and partners pursuant to operating our business. However, we do enable the following companies to collect pseudonymous personal information via Retargetly.com and that may qualify as a sale of information under the CCPA. For more information regarding how to opt-out from these companies, please click on the links below:
If you want to know more about Retargetly's privacy practices, please visit retargetly.com/privacy-policy or you may call our CCPA California consumer hotline at +1 (800) 409-1582.