The California Consumer Privacy Act ("CCPA") offers California consumers statutory rights to learn what personal information businesses have collected, sold and disclosed, opportunities to opt-out of the sale of their personal information, and protection from “discrimination” in the form of reduced service or functionality for exercising those rights. The CCPA defines “personal information” as “information that identifies, relates to, describes, is capable of being associated with, or could reasonably be linked, directly or indirectly, with a particular consumer or household.” Examples include: online identifiers, Internet Protocol addresses, email addresses, browsing history, search history, geolocation data, and information regarding a consumer’s interaction with a website or online application or advertisement.

Consumer Right to Know: Under the CCPA, California consumers have a right to request what personal information has been collected about them, as well as what personal information has been sold or otherwise disclosed about them.

Consumer Right to Delete: Under the CCPA, California consumers have a right to request that their personal information be deleted. Businesses must honor “verifiable” requests to delete consumer personal information, subject to several notable exceptions, including that a business need not delete personal information if maintaining the information is required to complete a transaction or provide a good or service.

Consumer Opt-Out from Sale of Personal Information: Under the CCPA, California consumers are afforded the right to “opt-out” of the “sale” (which is broadly defined) of their personal information. Personal information of minors under the age of 13 may only be sold if the consumer’s parent or guardian has affirmatively authorized (opted-in to). For those aged 13-16, affirmative authorization is also required, but the consumer may provide the authorization.

Non-Discrimination for Exercise of Consumer Rights: Under the CCPA, businesses are prohibited from discriminating against consumers based on their having exercised rights (i.e., opting out of collection or monetization of data) pursuant to the CCPA. A business cannot refuse to sell goods or provide services, charge different prices for such goods or services, or provide lower quality goods and services because a consumer exercises his or her rights under the CCPA. However, this requirement does not prohibit a business from charging different prices or providing different quality goods or services if the difference is “reasonably related” to the value of the personal information at issue.

Feizy’s Disclosure and Policies: At Feizy, we collect the following types of information…. Feizy neither sells the personal information of its consumers nor discriminates against any consumer who exercises their rights under the CCPA.

Requests by California Residents: To make a request to delete your personal information or if you have particular questions or concerns regarding the CCPA and Feizy, please feel free to contact us at or toll free at 800-779-0877 . Please be advised that consumers may only make a personal information request twice in a 12-month period and that Feizy will need to collection personal information from the requesting party to verify their identity. Feizy shall respond to a Consumer’s written request within 45 days of receiving it.