Additional Policies:

Additional California Privacy Disclosures

Last Updated on December 30th, 2019

If you are a California resident, the processing of certain personal data about you may be subject to the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) and other applicable California state privacy laws. Beginning January 1, 2020, the CCPA gives you certain rights with respect to the processing of your personal data (known as “personal information”, as described in under the CCPA).

This supplement provides additional privacy disclosures and informs you of your additional rights as a California resident, and should be read in conjunction with our Privacy Policy.

Personal Information Collected and Processed

Our Privacy Policy sets forth the categories of personal information that High Sierra Permaculture collects and processes about you, a description of each category, and the sources from which we obtain each category.

Requests to Exercise Your Rights

RIGHT TO KNOW REQUEST – Under the CCPA, you have a right to request information about our collection, use, and disclosure of your personal information over the prior 12 months.

You may exercise your right to know request by emailing us at [email protected].

RIGHT TO DELETE  REQUEST – you also have a right to request that we delete personal information, subject to certain exceptions.

You may exercise your right to delete request by emailing us at [email protected].

Sale of Personal Information

Under the CCPA, a “sale” means providing to a third party personal information for valuable consideration. It does not necessarily mean money was exchanged for the transfer of personal information.

We have taken steps to identify whether any of our data sharing arrangements would constitute a “sale” under the CCPA. Due to the complexities and ambiguities in the CCPA at this time, we will continue to evaluate some of our third party relationships as we wait for clearer regulations and guidance.

For example, it is currently unclear whether the use of certain types of advertising partners, such as Facebook, would be considered a sale under CCPA. For example, website visitors may be served ads from Facebook, even though we do not sell any information to facebook for monetary gain.

We will continue to update our business practices as regulatory guidance becomes available and provides clarity on what constitutes a sale transaction, particularly in the advertising ecosystem.