Do not sell my personal information

Your rights under the privacy laws in the US, from here on referenced collectively as "US privacy laws". As of 2023, only 5 states have comprehensive privacy laws, these states give their residents the right to obtain their personal information from companies, request to have it deleted, and opt out of having it sold to third parties. These laws also compel companies to post clear privacy policies that detail the types of information they collect about their consumers, who they share this data with, and how consumers can control their data. Please look at the following privacy laws to know your rights: 

  • California:

California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) - California's CCPA allows California residents to ask businesses to disclose the type of information they collect about them, why this information is being collected, and the source of the collection. It also grants consumers the right to have their personal information deleted and opt out of having it sold. Companies can not discriminate against consumers based on their opt-out requests. For full information on your rights under CCPA, please read more here: California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) - California's CPRA allows california consumers even more control over their data. It's primary provisions include enabling consumers to: 

    • Prevent businesses from sharing their personal information
    • Correct inaccurate personal information
    • Restrict companies from utilizing sensitive data and personal information (such as race, sexual orientation, precise geolocation, etc.)

For full information on your rights under CPRA, please read more here: California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)

Additional California laws regarding data security and privacy include: 

Cal. Civ. Code §§ 1798.99.80 et seq (Data Broker Registration)

Calif. Bus. & Prof. Code §§ 22580-22582

Cal. Govt. Code §§ 6254, 6267 and 6276.28

Cal. Civil Code § 1798.90

Calif. Bus. & Prof. Code § 22575

Cal. Civ. Code §§ 1798.130(5), 1798.135(a)(2)(A)

  • Colorado:

Colo. Rev. Stat. § 6-1-1301 et seq. (CPA)This law adds to the Colorado privacy act to the Colorado Consumer Protection Act. It details that consumer's privacy rights and companies personal data protection duties. It also grants the attorney general and district attorney's power to enforce the law, this act also clearly defines any terms relevant to the law to dissolve any confusion. To learn more about your rights under CPA, please read here: CPA

  • Conneticticut

2022 S.B. 6 or Public Act No. 22-15 - This law establishes standards for how companies must control and process Connecticut residents personal data. Like comparable state data laws, it gives residents the right to request a copy of their personal data, correct any inaccuracies, and opt out of personal data processing with a company altogether. For full information reguarding 2022 S.B. 6, please read here: 2022 S.B. 6

Conn. Gen. Stat. § 42-471This mandates that entities possessing personal information about consumers must safeguard it from being misused by third parties and erase it upon disposal. For full information regarding this statute please read here: Conn. Gen. Stat. § 42-471

  • Utah

Utah Consumer Privacy Act, 2022 S.B. 227 - This gives consumers the right to know: 

    • What type of data businesses are collecting about them 
    • How their data is being used
    • Whether or not businesses intend to sell their data to third parties

This act also allows consumers to access and delete their data, as well as opt out of their data being collected. It also gives companies clear guidelines on how they must protect consumer data. For full information on 2022 S.B. 227, please read here: 2022 S.B. 227

  • Virginia

Consumer Data Protection Act (2021 H.B. 2307/2021 S.B. 1392) - This act lays out clear regulations for companies that conduct business in Virgina regarding how they control and process data, It also gives consumers the right to access, delete, and correct their data, as well as opt out of personal data processing for advertising purposes. For full information on consumer data protection act, please read here: 2021 H.B. 2307 2021 S.B. 1392

Additional States with Data or Consumer protection Laws:

  • Nevada: 

NRS § 603A.340This mandates that websites allow Nevada users to opt out of having their personal information sold to third parties. For full information regarding this, please read here: NRS § 603A.340

NRS § 205.498For full information reguarding this law, please read here: NRS § 205.498


How can I opt out or enact my rights? 

If you are from one of the applicable states with privacy laws, and you would like to enact your rights please email us at