This California Privacy Rights Statement (this “Statement”) explains how SENIORCENTERS.COM, LLC. and its affiliates ("SENIORCENTERS.COM," "we," "us," or "our") collect, use, and share Personal Information of California residents in our capacity as a “business” under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). This Statement also explains California residents’ rights under the CCPA and California Civil Code section 1798.83 (the "Shine the Light law”).
SENIORCENTERS.COM does not collect “Personal Information” as defined by the CCPA.
We do collect the information you provide to us if you fill out the “contact us” form. SENIORCENTERS.COM does not collect information exempted from the scope of the CCPA. However, our web partner, Webflow, may collect Personal Information and you may contact them to determine what Personal Information is collected.
How to Exercise Your Rights:
You may submit requests to exercise your California privacy rights described above as follows:
These rights are not absolute, and in some instances, we may decline your request as permitted by law.
We will need to verify your identity to process your information, access, and deletion requests and reserve the right to confirm your California residency. To verify your identity, we may require you to log into your SENIORCENTERS.COM account (if applicable), provide government identification, give a declaration as to your identity under penalty of perjury, and/or provide additional information.
Our Personal Information Collection and Use Practices:
Sources. Internet/network activity information, geolocation, IP address, and other online identifiers are collected automatically through your use of our online services. We may collect some professional information, and California customer records information from our affiliates, third party data providers, or publicly available sources. Otherwise, we collect the information above from you.
Disclosures to third parties for business purposes. We share information about your interactions with an event sponsor so that they may improve the event.
California Shine the Light Law:
Under California’s Shine the Light law, you may also ask companies with whom you have formed a business relationship primarily for personal, family or household purposes to provide the names of third parties to which they have disclosed certain personal information (as defined under the Shine the Light law) during the preceding calendar year for their own direct marketing purposes and the categories of personal information disclosed. You may send us requests for this information to firstname.lastname@example.org
In your request, you must include the statement “Shine the Light Request," and provide your first and last name and mailing address and certify that you are a California resident. We reserve the right to require additional information to confirm your identity and California residency.