The California Consumer Privacy Notice

California Consumer Privacy Notice

(This is the Training Institute for Parental Burnout’s California Consumer Privacy Notice, last updated 21 June 2021)

 

Introduction to the California Consumer Privacy Notice

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, Cal. Civ. Code §§ 1798.100-1798.199.100 (known as the “CCPA”), creates privacy rights for California consumers (meaning consumers that reside in California), giving them more control over the personal information that businesses collect about them. The California Consumer Privacy Act Regulations, Cal. Code Regs., tit. 11, §§ 999.300-999.337 (known as the “CCPA regulations”) provide guidance on how to implement the CCPA. This privacy policy is provided in accordance with the CCPA and § 999.308 of the CCPA regulations.

California Consumer’s Right to Know About Personal Information Collected, Disclosed or Sold

As a California Consumer, you have the right to request that the Training Institute for Parental Burnout (“TIPB”) disclose what personal information it collects, uses, discloses and sells.

If you wish to exercise your right to know, you may submit a verifiable consumer request to know by contacting us as explained in the last section.

Upon receiving your request to delete, TIPB will confirm receipt of the request within ten business days and provide information about how it will process your request. Before processing your request, TIPB may need to identify you, for example by asking you for proof of identity. TIPB will respond to your request as soon as possible and in any case within 45 days, but this period can be extended by a further period of 45 days, when reasonably necessary.

The categories of sources from which TIPB collects personal information include:

  1. TIPB’s own website for information provided voluntarily by consumers that visit the site.
  2. Social networks, like LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.

The business purposes for which TIBP collects personal information include:

– Commercial and professional management, including activities such as:

  • Training;
  • Organizing meetings;
  • Sending newsletters; and
  • Professional correspondence.

– Professional monitoring, including activities linked to searching for information such as:

  • Technological monitoring;
  • Strategic monitoring;
  • Searching for business partners; and
  • Searching for customers.

– Website management, including activities such as:

  • Administration and maintenance of TIPB’s website; and
  • Verification of the legality of the use of the services.

The categories of personal information that TIPB has disclosed about consumers in the preceding 12 months include:

  1. Personal information, such as their names, phone numbers, email addresses and nationalities.
  2. Information about their professional life, such as business titles, your employers’ names and information about their education and qualifications.
  3. Information of a technical nature, such as identifiers used for security purposes, records of traffic on TIPB’s website, including connection data.
  4. User-generated content, such as photos, videos, comments, news, newspaper articles and information about the consumers or others published by them on the internet.

The categories of third parties to which TIPB disclosed the personal information include:

– Authorized third-party companies that process personal information on behalf of TIPB, provide services to TIPB or process personal information for their own use and that have an identified need to have access to your personal information, including:

  1. Telecommunications and internet service providers;
  2. Website analytics service providers;
  3. E-mail marketing service providers;
  4. Web hosting service providers;
  5. Webinar and videoconference streaming providers;
  6. Video platform providers; and
  7. Web development and web marketing service providers.

– Public authorities and bodies exercising a public-interest mission: TIPB may be required by law to disclose your personal data to certain authorities or other third parties, for example, the police or other entity law-enforcement authorities acting within the scope of their duties.

TIPB does not have actual knowledge that it sells the personal information of consumers under 16 years of age or indeed any personal information at all.

California Consumer’s Right to Request Deletion of Personal Information

In compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act, as a California Consumer, you have the right to request the deletion of your personal information collected by TIPB.

If you wish to exercise your right to delete, you may submit a verifiable consumer request to delete by contacting us as explained in the last section.

Upon receiving your request to delete, TIPB will confirm receipt of the request within ten business days and provide information about how it will process your request. Before processing your request, TIPB may need to identify you, for example by asking you for proof of identity. TIPB will respond to your request as soon as possible and in any case within 45 days, but this period can be extended by a further period of 45 days, when reasonably necessary.

California Consumer’s Right to Opt-Out of the Sale of Personal Information

As a California Consumer, you have the right to opt out of the sale of your personal information by a business.

In accordance with the California Consumer Privacy Act, TIPB does not sell any personal information.

Right to Non-Discrimination for the Exercise of a Consumer’s Privacy Rights

As a California Consumer, under the California Consumer Privacy Act, you have the right not to receive discriminatory treatment by TIPB for the exercise of the privacy rights that the CCPA gives you.

Authorized Agent

In compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act, when you use an authorized agent to submit a request to know or a request to delete, TIPB may require the authorized agent to provide proof that you gave the agent signed permission to submit the request. Unless you have given the authorized agent a notarized power of attorney, TIPB may also require that you:

  1. verify your own identity directly with TIPB; or
  2. directly confirm with TIPB that you gave the authorized agent permission to submit the request.

Contact for More Information about our California Consumer Privacy Notice

If you have questions or concerns about the TIPB’s California Consumer Privacy Notice, or about its privacy policies and practices, you can contact TIPB at contact@parental-burnout-training.com or by mail at the following address:

Training Institute for Parental Burnout

Route de Gembloux 72

B-5310 Eghezée

Belgium