California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

Service Objects embraces the privacy protections of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”) and California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”).

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, Civil Code sections 1798.100 et seq. provides consumers several rights regarding their personal information that may be collected or maintained by business. CCPA guarantees Californians the rights to know what personal information is being collected about them; to know whether their personal information is sold or disclosed and to whom; and to access their personal information. As a California consumer you have the right not to be discriminated against for exercising any of your CCPA/CPRA rights.

Consumer Personal Information Collected ​

Service Objects collects personal information from North American Consumers with names, addresses, email addresses and their associated phone numbers. Other data that is collected is un-linked network information which includes: domain, IP address, proxy data, and carrier assignments, all of which is not able to be linked as identifiable to one specific person.

With Service Objects, you can be assured that your data is secure through our fully encrypted system, which ensures your data remains under strict protection. Thousands of customers across all industries have chosen our data quality services. We process large amounts of data daily, and it’s our responsibility to handle it safely. We are committed to staying up to date on all CCPA/CPRA requirements and data privacy laws in doing so.

Who Service Objects Shares Your Personal Information With and Why

Service Objects is not in the business of selling your personal information. We value your privacy and consider this personal information to be a vital part of our relationship with you. Our business purpose for collecting data are for internal reasons, such as data validation, data analysis, audits, fraud and abuse monitoring and prevention, developing new products and services, enhancing, improving or modifying our Sites and Service Offerings, identifying usage trends, determining the effectiveness of our promotional campaigns and operating and expanding our business activities

Who Service Objects Shares Your Personal Information With and Why

As a California Consumer, you are afforded the following rights regarding the use and access to your personal information:

  1. Right to Request Access to Your Personal Information
  2. Right to Request to Opt-Out of the Sale of Your Personal Information
  3. Right to Request Deletion of Your Personal Information

Your Rights to Access Personal Information

Where required by law, you may request access and/or make corrections or to have your Personal Information deleted from our systems. When accessing your Personal Information, we will ask you to verify your identity before we can act on your request. Please note that we may reject requests, or limit the information we provide access to, if we determine it could risk the privacy of others or if unreasonable or repetitive, or if it would require disproportionate effort.

Contacting Service Objects

If you would like to exercise any of your Access Rights, please contact us as follows:

Service Objects, Inc.
Attn: Privacy Department
136 West Canon Perdido St, Ste D
Santa Barbara, CA 93101-8207

Cookies Policy

General Use

We use cookies, tracking pixels and related technologies on our website. Cookies are small data files that are served by our platform and stored on your device. Our site uses cookies dropped by us or third parties for a variety of purposes including to operate and personalize the website. Also, cookies may also be used to track how you use the site to target ads to you on other websites.

Third Parties

Our website employs the use of various third-party services. Through the use of our website, these services may place anonymous cookies on the Visitor’s browser and may send their own cookies to the Visitor’s cookie file. Some of these services include but are not limited to: Google, Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks, advertising agencies, security firewalls, analytics companies and service providers. These services may also collect and use anonymous identifiers such as IP Address, HTTP Referrer, Unique Device Identifier and other non-personally identifiable information and server logs.

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