California Privacy Policy

California’s “Shine the Light” law (CA Civil Code § 1798.83) is a privacy law passed by the California State Legislature in 2003. It became an active part of the California Civil Code on January 1, 2005. It is considered one of the first attempts by a state legislature in the United States to address the practice of sharing customers’ personal information for marketing purposes, also known as “list brokerage.” The law outlines procedures requiring companies to disclose upon the request of a California resident what personal information has been shared with third parties, as well as the parties with which the information has been shared. The law also outlines specific language that companies who do business with California residents must include in their online privacy policies.

Information Sharing

All contact information that is submitted on is not shared. We respect your privacy. We may use your contact information to provide updates to you. We are not responsible for the information that you share with 3rd party websites that you go to via this website.

Additional Information

For additional information, please view our Terms and Conditions page.

You can also view Google’s Business Data and Privacy page and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) for the latest updates.