California Resident Privacy Rights
Effective April 20, 2021
If you are a California resident, California law may provide you with additional rights regarding our use of your personal information.
California Resident Rights
Subject to certain exceptions under California law, California residents may have the following rights with respect to their personal information collected by AGP:
- The right to know and access. California residents have the right to request AGP disclose (i) a copy of the personal information that we collect about you; (ii) the categories of personal information that we collected about you in the preceding 12 months; (iii) the purposes for which such personal information was collected, disclosed or sold in the preceding 12 months; (iv) the categories of sources from which the personal information was collected; and (v) the categories of third parties with whom such personal information may have been shared.
- The right to deletion. California residents have the right to request that AGP delete the personal information that we or our vendors collected about you. There may be circumstances under which we will be unable to delete your personal information, such as if we need to comply with our legal obligations or complete a transaction for which your personal information was collected. If we are unable to comply with your request for deletion, we will let you know the reason why.
- The right to equal service. If a California resident chooses to exercise any of these rights, AGP will not discriminate against the California resident in anyway. If a California resident exercises certain rights, such California resident may be unable to use or access certain features of the Sites.
Exercising California Resident Rights
If you are a California resident, to exercise any of these rights, contact us at 800-247-1345 or send a request to: AGPFormSubmit@agp.com In connection with submitting a request, you must provide the following information: name, email, phone number, address (including affirmation that you are a California resident) and company associated with (if applicable) and you must state what type of request you are making.
Only a California resident, or someone legally authorized to act on such California resident’s behalf, may make a request related to his or her personal information. AGP will take steps to verify your identity prior to processing your request, and we may ask for additional information from you that helps us with this verification. In general, AGP has the right to require you to provide written permission granting authority to your representative and for your agent to verify its identity directly with us, and we may deny a request from your representative who does not submit proof of authorization as we request.
AGP cannot respond to a request or provide personal information if we cannot verify the identity or authority to make the request.
A California resident may only make a request for access or data portability twice within a 12-month period. Any disclosures we provide will only cover the 12-month period preceding the request receipt date. If we deny a request, we will provide a response explaining the reasons we cannot comply with a request, if applicable.
Sharing of California Resident Personal Information
AGP may have collected and disclosed the following categories of personal information from a California resident for a business purpose in the preceding 12 months:
- Various identifiers, including, name, address, online identifier, Internet Protocol address, email address, account name, or other similar identifiers.
- Personal information categories listed in the California Customer Records statute (Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.80(e)), including, telephone number or financial information.
- Commercial information, including, records of products or services purchased, obtained, or considered, or other purchasing or consuming histories or tendencies.
- Biometric information, including, behavioral characteristics, or activity patterns used to extract a template or other identifier or identifying information.
- Internet or other similar network activity, including, browsing history, search history, information on a consumer’s interaction with a website, application, or advertisement, including protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, the files viewed on our Site (e.g., HTML pages, graphics, etc.), operating system, date/time stamp, and/or clickstream data in order to analyze trends in the aggregate and administer our Site.
- Geolocation data, including, physical location or movements.
- Sensory data, including, audio, electronic, visual, or similar information.
- Professional or employment-related information, including, current or past job history or performance evaluations.
- Educational information, including, transcript, student records, grades and performance, activities, school name or school ID.
- Inferences drawn from other personal information, including, profile reflecting a person’s preferences, characteristics, predispositions, behavior, attitudes, intelligence, abilities, and aptitudes.
- Protected classification characteristics, including, race, color, national origin, marital status, sex, veteran or military status.
- Personal records, such as, power of attorney, family history or power of attorney.
- Information received from a government entity or other third party.
AGP may collect the above categories of personal information directly from you, indirectly as you interact with our Sites, from or through other third party sources, including our customers or your employer, or through email or other electronic messages between you and our Sites.
Sale of California Resident Personal Information
In the prior 12 months, AGP has not sold personal Information of a California resident.
How We Respond to “Do Not Track” Signals
Some web browsers have “Do Not Track” or similar features that allow you to tell each website you visit that you do not want your activities on that website tracked. At present, the Sites do not respond to “Do Not Track” signals and consequently, the Sites will continue to collect information about you even if your browser’s “Do Not Track” feature is activated.
“Shine the Light” Law
California’s “Shine the Light” law (Civil Code Section § 1798.83) permits users of our Site that are California residents to request certain information regarding our disclosure of personal information to third parties for their direct marketing purposes. To make such a request, please send an email here.