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Last Updated: 01.01.2020

This addendum addresses certain disclosures California law requires us to make regarding how we handle personal information related to California residents. To the extent that anything in this addendum conflicts with our general Privacy Policy, this addendum controls.

Our general Privacy Policy describes How We Use Information We Obtain.

What Information We Obtain

The information that we obtain falls into the following categories:

  • Identifiers (e.g., name, email address, IP address, online or device identifiers, postal address, and telephone number)
  • Demographics (e.g., age and gender)
  • Transactional information (e.g., subscriptions, downloads, requests, orders)
  • Online activities (e.g., how you interact with our Digital Services and emails, searches made, account logins, and browsing activities)
  • Location information (whether provided by you or others, or inferred from your IP address or other network activities)
  • Recordings of client service calls
  • Professional or employment-related information
  • Education information
  • Inferences (e.g., topics and services that may interest you).
  • We obtain information from the following categories of sources:

    • Directly from you
    • From others, such as people who list you as a contact
    • From your device or browser
    • From data organizers
    • From data suppliers
    • From our business partners
    • From third parties that offer our Digital Services or Materials on their sites, platforms, or devices
    • From social media platforms

    Additional Information About Data Sharing

    Our general Privacy Policy describes how and why we share information. California law requires that we inform you about the categories of information we share for certain purposes.

    We disclose the following categories of personal information to service providers, affiliates, subsidiaries, business partners, for our operational purposes:

  • Identifiers
  • Demographics
  • Transactional information
  • Online activities
  • Location information
  • Recordings of client service calls
  • Professional and employment-related information
  • Education information
  • Inferences
  • We do not disclose information in exchange for services, insights, or other valuable consideration.

    Your Rights

    Subject to certain limits under California law, California residents have the following rights:

    • Right to know about the processing of personal information. You may request that we provide you with information about the categories of your personal information that we collect, the specific pieces of personal information that we hold about you, the categories of sources from which we collected the information, our reasons for collecting and sharing the information, and the types of third parties with which we share the
    • Right to deletion. You may ask us to delete your personal information.
    • Right to opt out of sales. As noted above, we may share your personal information with third parties in ways that constitute “sales” under California law. You may request that we not sell your personal information. To do so, click here: Do Not Sell My Personal Information.
    • Right to be free from discrimination. You may exercise any of the above rights without fear of being denied goods or services, including access to the Digital Services. We are permitted to provide a different level of service or charge a different rate if the difference is reasonably related to the value of your data.

    Contact Us

    If you have questions about our Privacy Policy or would like to exercise your rights, you can contact us by email at or by telephone at +1-833-513-4824.

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