What is CCPA?
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), was enacted in 2018, to provide control and transparency to California consumers with respect to the collection and usage of their personal information. The act is effective from Jan 1, 2020.
The law gives California consumers the right to know what personal data businesses collect, how they use it, who they share with and an option to opt-out or direct businesses to not sell their personal data.
This law is applicable to businesses that have annual gross revenue in excess of $25M or buy, receive, sell or share personal information of 50,000+ California consumers or households or derives 50% or more of its revenues from selling consumers personal information
Chocolate’s Compliance with CCPA
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- Publisher Data Processor Agreement
- Our SDK product and OpenRTB protocol
- Contract agreements with Supply Partners, Publishers
- Our Terms of Services
Chocolate is not a first party to communicate with end-users, we require our publishers & app developers to request consent for us. An app developer or publisher who is using Chocolate's services need to pass a value of the consent/US Privacy String to us in the bid request.
If a publisher is working with us directly (via Google EB or Chocolate Marketplace), we will share an addendum to our existing contracts that will include CCPA compliance terms. The CCPA Addendum will be shared with Publishers before Jan 1, 2020.
Yes, Chocolate is a Signatory under Limited Service Provider Agreement. We pass LSPA value to our downstream participants.