California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

Last modified: October 20, 2020

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a state-wide data privacy law that regulates how businesses all over the world are allowed to handle the Personal Information (PI) of California residents. It provides additional rights to know, delete and opt out but also requires businesses collecting or disclosing personal information to provide notices and means to exercise rights.

Ipregistry is CCPA compliant.

You should read our Privacy Policy to answer questions about what we collect, what we share, and more.

Additional Disclosures for California Residents

These additional disclosures apply only to California residents.

California Notice of Collection

In the past 12 months, we have collected the following categories of personal information as described in our Privacy Policy:

For more information on information we collect, including the sources we receive information from, review the "Information We Collect" section from our Privacy Policy. We collect and use these categories of personal information for the business purposes described in the "How Do We Use Information" section from our Privacy Policy, including to provide and manage our Services.

Ipregistry discloses the following categories of personal information for commercial purposes: identifiers, demographic information, commercial information, internet activity, geolocation data and inferences. We use and partner with different types of entities to assist with our daily operations and manage our Services. Please review the "What Do We Share, and Why?" section from our Privacy Policy for more detail about the parties we have shared information with.

To the extent "sale" under the CCPA is interpreted to include the disclosure of Ipregistry's databases as set out in the "What Do We Share, and Why?" section or use of advertising technology activities as set out in the "Analytics and Advertising" section, Ipregistry will comply with applicable law as to such activity. Please note that where we use and disclose personal information for purposes related to security, fraud detection, and other similar purposes, some of your rights may be limited to the extent that they adversely affect the rights and freedoms of other consumers.

Right to Know and Delete

If you are a California resident, you have the rights to delete the personal information we have collected from you and know certain information about our data practices in the preceding 12 months. In particular, you have the right to request the following from us:

To exercise any of these rights, please submit a request by email. In the request, please specify which right you are seeking to exercise and the scope of the request. We will confirm receipt of your request within 10 days. We may require specific information from you to help us verify your identity and process your request. If we are unable to verify your identity, we may deny your requests to know or delete.

If personal information about you has been processed by us as a service provider on behalf of a customer and you wish to exercise any rights you have with such personal information, please inquire with our customer directly. If you wish to make your request directly to us, please provide the name of our customer on whose behalf we processed your personal information. We will refer your request to that customer, and will support them to the extent required by applicable law in responding to your request.

Right to Opt-Out of Sale

To the extent Ipregistry sells your personal information as the term "sell" is defined under the California Consumer Privacy Act. You have the right to opt-out of the sale of your personal information by us to third parties at any time. You may submit a request to opt-out by emailing us.

Authorized Agent

You can designate an authorized agent to submit requests on your behalf. However, we will require written proof of the agent's permission to do so and verify your identity directly.

Right to Non-Discrimination

You have the right not to receive discriminatory treatment by us for the exercise of any of your rights.

Shine the Light

California's "Shine the Light" law permits customers who are California residents to request certain details about how a business shares their personal information as defined by "Shine the Light" with third parties (and in some cases affiliates) for those third parties' or affiliates' own direct marketing purposes. California customers may request information about our compliance with this law by contacting us by email or by mail at the address set forth in Section 11 of our Privacy Policy. Any such inquiry must include "California Privacy Rights Request" in the first line of the description and include your name, street address, city, state, and ZIP code. Please note that we are only required to respond to one request per customer each year, and we are not required to respond to requests made by means other than through this email or mail address.