California Information-Sharing Disclosure

California Civil Code Sections 1798.115(c), 1798.130(a)(5)(c), 1798.130(c), and 1798.140 indicate that organizations should disclose whether the following categories of personal information are collected, transferred for “valuable consideration,” or transferred for an organization’s “business purpose” (as those terms are defined under California law). The table below indicates the categories of personal information we collect and transfer in a variety of contexts. Please note that because this list is comprehensive, it may refer to the types of information that we collect and share about people other than yourself. For example, while we transfer credit card or debit card numbers for our business purpose in order to process payments for orders placed with us, we do not collect or transfer credit card or debit card numbers of individuals that submit questions through our website’s “contact us” page.


Categories of Personal Information Personal Information Collected Disclosed for a Business Purpose Sold
Identifiers Name or alias
Contact information (such as name, address, and telephone number, e-mail address)
Unique Identifiers (e.g., cookies, pixel tags, device identifier, and attributes, etc.)
Online identifiers (such as internet protocol address)
Characteristics of legally protected classifications Race
Commercial Information Information about products and services obtained from us
Individual’s preferences
Internet/ Electronic Activity Browsing and/or search history
Information about interactions with our website, mobile application, or advertisements
Professional/employment information Occupation
Employment history
Professional references
Education information (ie., personally identifiable information contained in education records) Student name
Address of student or student’ family
Other indirect identifiers, such as the student’s date of birth, place of birth, and mother’s maiden name
Other information that alone or in combination, is linked or linkable to a specific student that would allow a reasonable person in the school community, who does not have personal knowledge of the relevant circumstances, to identify the student with reasonable certainty
Inferences are drawn from any of the above information