California’s “Shine the Light” Law
If you are a California resident, you have the right to request certain information regarding our disclosure of your Information to third parties for direct marketing purposes pursuant to Section 1798.83 of California Civil Code. If you request such information, please contact us at https://us-support.konami.com/s/contactsupport, with “California Privacy Rights” in the subject line.
California’s “Digital Online Erasure” Law
If you are a resident of California, under 18 and a registered user of our services, you may ask us to remove content or information that you have posted to the services by writing to https://us-support.konami.com/s/contactsupport. Please note that your request does not ensure complete or comprehensive removal of the content or information, as, for example, some of your content may have been reposted by another user.
California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018
Right to Access: If you are a California resident, you may submit, free of charge, but no more than twice in a 12-month period, a request, subject to our verification of your identity, for the following information:
- The specific pieces of personal information we have about you;
- The categories of personal information we collected, sold or disclosed for a business purpose about you within the preceding 12-month period;
- The categories of sources from which the personal information was collected;
- The purposes for which the information was collected or sold; and
- The categories of third parties to whom the information was sold, disclosed for a business purpose, or otherwise shared.
In some instances, we may decline to honor your request where an exception applies, such as where the disclosure of your personal information would adversely affect the rights and freedoms of another individual.
Right to Deletion: If you are a California resident, you may submit a request, subject to our verification of your identity, for us to delete personal information we have collected from you. In some instances, we may decline to honor your request where an exception applies, such as where we need to retain your personal information in order to complete a transaction with you.
Right to be Free from Discrimination: If you are a California resident, you have the right to be free from unlawful discrimination for exercising your rights under the CCPA.
Exercising Your Rights: To submit a request or for more information about how to exercise your rights, please contact us by telephone at 1-866-444-6528 or go to https://us-support.konami.com/s/contactsupport. We will respond to your request consistent with applicable law.
Personal Information Collected, Sold or Disclosed for a Business Purpose
|Categories of Personal Information||Collected||Disclosed for a Business Purpose|
(Examples: name, alias, postal address, email address, unique personal identifiers [device ID, IP address, etc.], Government ID number [SSN, driver’s license, passport, etc.])
Personal Information described in the California safeguards law
(Examples: name, signature, postal address, telephone number, account or policy number [banking, insurance, credit, etc.], Government ID [SSN, driver’s license, passport, etc.], physical characteristics or description, professional or employment related information, medical information, financial information, insurance information)
Characteristics of protected classifications under California or Federal law
(Examples: age, gender, medical conditions, marital status)
(Example: purchase history)
Internet or other electronic network activity information
(Examples: browsing or search history, interaction with an online service, etc.)
|Audio, electronic, visual, thermal, olfactory, or similar information||X|
|Professional or employment-related information||X|
Education information subject to the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
(Examples: student records and directory information)
|Inferences drawn from any of the above information to create a profile||X|
* The CCPA defines the terms “sell,” “selling” “sale,” and “sold” to include selling, renting, releasing, disclosing, disseminating, making available, transferring, or otherwise communicating a California resident’s personal information for monetary or other valuable consideration. The definition contains certain exceptions, which have been taken into account.