Notice to California Consumers

    The California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) provides the following rights to California consumers in regards to their personal information (as defined by the CCPA):

    1. To request that we disclose what personal information we collect, use, disclose and sell.
    2. To opt-out of the sale of your personal information.
    3. To request that we delete the personal information we possess about you.
    4. To request a copy of the person information we possess about you.

    Visit THIS PAGE to submit a request.

    To learn more about how Cordless Media collects and processes information please see our Privacy Policy.


    Additional State Specific Policies



    Joining California and Virginia in the privacy race, Colorado signed the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA) into law on June 8, 2021, and it became effective as of July 1, 2023. The CPA lays out five key rights for Colorado consumers:

    • Right to access
    • Right to correction
    • Right to delete
    • Right to data portability
    • Right to opt out

    The CPA protects information that can be linked to an identifiable individual and excludes de-identifiable data and publicly available data.


    The Connecticut Data Privacy Act (CTDPA), effective as of July 1, 2023, includes stronger data protections for children but a similar framework as its predecessors.


    Effective Jan. 1, 2025, the Delaware Personal Data Privacy Act has stronger privacy rights for consumers, such as heightening protections for children’s data, broadening definitions of sensitive data, and being able to opt out of the processing of personal data for targeted advertising purposes.


    Florida’s SB 262 created the Florida Digital Bill of Rights, which grants residents certain protections relating to the processing of their personal data by businesses, similar to provisions used by other states like Texas and California. The law also requires search engines, such as Google, to disclose if they prioritize results based on political ideology and prohibits government-mandated content moderation on social media. Florida’s law only regulates companies that make more than $1 billion in gross annual revenues and derive more than half their revenue from online ads. Most provisions go into effect July 1, 2024.


    The Indiana Consumer Data Protection Act will regulate businesses that process the personal data of at least 100,000 Indiana residents, or those that handle the information of at least 25,000 state consumers but derive more than 50% of their revenue from selling data. It will take effect on Jan. 1, 2026.


    Iowa’s Consumer Data Protection Act (ICDPA) is slated to go in effect Jan. 1, 2025, Iowa’s law does not grant consumers the right to delete or correct data collected by third parties.


    Modeled after Connecticut’s privacy law, Montana’s Consumer Data Privacy Act limits the collection of personal data to only “adequate, relevant, and reasonably necessary” information. Residents have the right to opt-out or decline the sale of their personal data. This law is set to go into effect Oct. 1, 2024.

    New Jersey

    The New Jersey Data Privacy Act (NJDPA) provides New Jersey residents with comprehensive privacy protections against how companies collect and use their personal information. The law applies to entities that do business in the state and handle the personal data of at least 100,000 consumers per year, or at least 25,000 if the company also sells personal data. NJDPA will take effect on Jan. 15, 2025.


    The Oregon Consumer Privacy Act (OCPA) includes provisions on biometric data, sensitive and personal data, and children’s data protections. The bill is effective July 1, 2024.


    The Tennessee Information Protection Act enables consumers to confirm that a business has collected their personal data, obtain a copy of the information, and request that inaccuracies be corrected. This law is effective July 1, 2025.


    Effective July 1, 2024, the Texas Data Privacy and Security Act (TDPSA) will apply to large companies that do business in Texas or sell, collect, or process personal data.


    The Utah Consumer Privacy Act (UCPA) – which takes a business-friendly approach to consumer protection – took effect on Dec. 31, 2023.


    The Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA) went into effect on Jan. 1, 2023, and it gives Virginians the right to access their data and request that their personal information be deleted by businesses. It also requires companies to conduct data protection assessments to process personal data for targeted advertising and sales purposes.


    If you wish to opt out:

    Visit THIS PAGE to submit a request.

    To learn more about how Cordless Media collects and processes information please see our Privacy Policy.