California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

Privacy Notice For Users In California



Owner (or We)

Identifies the specific individual(s) or group(s) who are responsible for making this Website available to Visitors.

User (or You)

any individual or organisation making use of AreSearchNews.

Visitors, users, and others who reside in the State of California are subject to additional protections detailed in this Privacy Notice for California Residents, which complements the information provided in the Website’s Privacy Policy. To ensure compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), we have adopted this notice. Any terminology specified by the CCPA shall have the same meaning as used in this notice.

Data That We Assemble

Data that may be used to distinguish, contact, or locate a single user or device (“personal information”) is gathered and stored by AreSearchNews.

Particularly, throughout the last year, AreSearchNews has gathered the following types of personal information from its customers:

Category Examples Collected

First, labels or names.

A legal name, pseudonym, street address, online identification, IP address, email address, account name, Social Security number, driver’s licence number, passport number, or other similar identifiers.

Information defined as “personal” under California’s Customer Records law (Cal. Civ. Code 1798.80(e)).

An individual’s name, signature, SSN, physical description, address, phone number, passport number, driver’s licence or state identification card number, insurance policy number, educational background, work history, insurance policy number, bank account number, credit card number, debit card number, or other financial, medical, or health insurance information.

Characteristics that qualify as “protected classifications” under federal or California law are a resounding YES in this case.

Discrimination based on age (at least 40 years old), race, colour, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, religion or creed, marital status, medical condition, physical or mental disability, sex (including gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy or childbirth, and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, veteran or military status, or genetic information is prohibited (including familial genetic information).

Commercially relevant information.

Documentation of acquisitions, considerations, and actual purchases of goods and services, as well as related consumption patterns and habits.

Yes E. Biological data.

Fingerprints, faceprints, and voiceprints, iris or retina scans, keystroke, gait, or other bodily patterns, and sleep, health, and exercise data are all examples of biometrics that may be used to identify a person.

Yes, F. Participation in the Internet or a comparable network.

Information about a user’s actions on a website, app, or advertising, including what they viewed and when.

The answer is yes.

Placement in space or motion in space.

Data from the senses, yes H.

Sense data such as sound, light, temperature, and smell.

Information pertinent to one’s profession or one’s place of employment

Job performance reviews, both recent and in the past.

Information on private schools (under Title IX of the United States Code, Title 20 of the United States Code, Section 1232g, 34 CFR Part 99)

Grades, transcripts, class lists, student timetables, student identification codes, student financial information, and student disciplinary records are all examples of education records kept directly connected to a student by an educational institution or entity working on its behalf.

Yes, K. Inferences made from additional pieces of data about the individual.

Description of a person that takes into account their individual traits, likes, dislikes, personality quirks, inclinations, mannerisms, thoughts, feelings, skills, and aptitudes.


The following do not constitute personal data:

Data that is freely accessible from official sources.
Information on consumers that has been anonymized or combined with other data.
Different regulations may safeguard specific types of information that are not covered by the CCPA, such as certain types of health or medical information.

The following are the kind of sources from which we collect the aforementioned types of personal information:

The source is you. Information obtained via the filling out of forms and the purchasing of goods and services are two such examples.
From you, indirectly. For instance, by keeping track of what you do when visiting AreSearchNews.

Use of Individual Data

The following are some of the ways we could use or share the personal data we collect:

To achieve the goal for which you disclosed this information. For instance, if you send us a message asking for a price quotation or have a query about our services and provide your name and email address, we will use your information to get back to you. If you make a purchase and provide us your credit card number and other personal details, we’ll use those details to fulfil your order. In addition to processing returns and new product orders, we may keep your information on file.
For the sole purpose of fulfilling your orders and taking care of any necessary payments while simultaneously thwarting any attempts at transactional fraud.

Simply said, we want to help you out and answer your questions, and that includes looking into your problems and fixing them, as well as keeping an eye on how we’re doing and making adjustments as necessary.

As requested by law enforcement or when required by law, court order, or government regulation.
According to the terms indicated at the time of data collection or as otherwise required under the CCPA.
To consider or carry out a business transaction, such as a merger, divestiture, restructuring, reorganisation, dissolution, or other sale or transfer of some or all of our or our affiliates’ assets, in which personal information held by us or our affiliates about users of AreSearchNews is among the transferred assets.

Without your consent, we will not acquire any new types of personally identifiable information or use the information we already have for any purpose that is significantly different from, or incompatible with, the reason for which it was collected.

Talking About Private Matters

For legitimate business reasons, we may share your personal details with a third party. When we share personal data with a third party for a commercial reason, we do so under the terms of a contract that specifies the agreed-upon use and stipulates that the receiver must keep the data secret and not use it for any other purpose.

Some examples of the kind of third parties with which we exchange customer data are as follows:

Suppliers of a service.
Information scavengers.

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Options and Liberties

Consumers (those who live in California) are granted new protections under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). In this part, we’ll go over what protections you have under the CCPA and how to go about using them.

Specific Data Access and Portability Protections

You have the right to seek details about the data we’ve collected and used on you over the past year. When we receive your verified consumer request (described in more detail under “Exercising Access, Data Portability, and Deletion Rights”), we will provide you with the following information:

What kind of sensitive data we’ve stored about you.

We’ve broken down where we got your details into these categories:

Our primary motivation for acquiring or selling your personal data is for the benefit of our business or for commercial purposes.

The types of other parties we may disclose your information to.

Details of the information we’ve gathered about you (also called a data portability request).
In the event that we have sold or disclosed your personal information for business purposes, you will receive two lists: one detailing any sales, including details on which categories of your personal information were sold and to whom, and another detailing any disclosures made, including details on which categories of your personal information were disclosed and to whom.
Consent to Removal Requests

With certain exclusions, you can ask us to get rid of any of your previously provided and stored personal data. We shall erase (and order our service providers to delete) your personal information from our records upon receiving your verifiable consumer request (see Exercising Access, Data Portability, and Deletion Rights), with limited exceptions.

If we determine that keeping this information is required for us or our service provider(s) to:

Carry out the purpose for which your data was acquired, deliver the product or service you’ve requested, conduct other activities that are necessary for the smooth running of our business and your connection with us, or comply with your contractual obligations.
Find and stop security breaches, defend against deceitful, fraudulent, or illegal actions, and bring those guilty to justice.
Examine goods for bugs that prevent them from performing as intended, and fix those that you find.
A violation of California’s Electronic Communications Privacy Act (Penal Code sections 1546 et seq.) can result in serious penalties. Restriction to internal purposes only, all of which must be in reasonable accordance with consumer expectations given our connection with you.
In other words, do what you’re supposed to.
Use the data for any other purpose inside your organisation or within the law that is relevant to the original purpose for which it was submitted.

How to Use Your Rights to View, Move, or Delete Your Data

A consumer can submit a request to us to exercise their access, data portability, and deletion rights by either:

Contacting us via +9951215447

sending us an email at

Requests for your personal information must come from you or someone you have specifically authorised to act on your behalf who is registered with the California Secretary of State to make such a request on your behalf. Verifiable consumer requests can also be made on behalf of a minor kid.

Within a 12-month period, you are limited to two requests for access or data transfer that are supported by consumer verification processes. Every legitimate inquiry from a customer must:

Please include information that will allow us to verify that you are either the individual whose personal information we are collecting or an authorised representative.
If you want a thoughtful and complete response from us, please provide us as much information as possible about your request.

If we are unable to validate your identity or authorization to make the request and that the requested personal information does, in fact, pertain to you, we will be unable to reply to your request or supply you with the requested information.

It is not necessary to sign up for an account in order to make a legitimate consumer request.

Only in the case of a legitimate consumer request will we utilise the personally identifiable information given to confirm the requestor’s identity or determine if they have the appropriate permissions to make the request.

When and how to respond

Our goal is to get back to legitimate customers within 45 days after receiving their inquiry. We shall notify you in writing of the extension’s need, cause, and length of time.

Our written answer will be sent through mail or email, whichever you want.

Our responses to requests for consumer information will only cover the prior twelve months. If we are unable to fulfil your request, we will tell you why in our reply. To accommodate demands for data portability, we shall choose a format to deliver your data that is easily readable and can be transferred unimpeded from one system to another.

Verifiable consumer requests are processed and answered free of charge unless they are excessive, repeated, or clearly groundless. If we believe that a fee is necessary, we will explain why and give you a quote before proceeding with your request.

The Marketing of Private Information

We do not and will not sell any of your personal information. You shall be given the choice-of-action options (opt-out and choice-of-receipient) accorded to you by the CCPA if we ever plan to sell your personal information to a third party.


We shall not treat you differently if you choose to exercise your rights under the CCPA. If the CCPA forbids it, we shall not do the following:

prevent you from receiving a service or product.
Alter the rates at which you pay for a product or service, either by rewarding you with lower pricing or enforcing penalties.

Give you access to products and services at a higher tier.

Indicating the possibility of a change in the quality or cost of services or products offered.
Rights to Other Forms of Personal Information in the State of California

Users of our Website who are California residents are entitled to specific information under California’s “Shine the Light” statute (Civil Code Section 1798.83) regarding our sharing of personal information to third parties for the third parties’ direct marketing purposes. Please contact [Email] with your request.

The Revised Privacy Statement

This privacy notice may be revised at any moment at our sole discretion. If we decide to amend the terms of this privacy notice, we will indicate the effective date of the new notice on this page. If you continue using our site after we’ve posted modifications, you accept those changes.

Details to Reach You At

Please contact us at the following address if you have any questions or comments about this notice, the ways in which we collect and use your information as described below and in our Privacy Policy, your choices and rights regarding such use, or if you would like to exercise your rights under California law.

Phone: +9951215447