California Privacy Statement and Notice at Collection

California Privacy Statement and Notice at Collection

Last updated: June 20, 2023

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) requires us to provide some additional info to California residents, which we explain below. This page supplements our Privacy Policy.

The tables and descriptions that follow explain the info in our Privacy Policy using categories and definitions required by the CCPA.

Categories of Personal Information Business and Commercial Purposes for Collecting, Using, and DisclosingParties that May Receive Information 
Identifiers, such as your name, username, email address, phone number, unique device identifiers, and your IP address.

Personal characteristics protected by law, such as your gender and age, and, if you choose to provide it, data about your race or ethnicity.

Commercial information, such as purchases made, and payment information.

Internet or electronic network activity information, such as information about your device and your use of our Services.

Geo-location information based on your IP address, and, if you choose to provide it, precise geolocation data, when shared through your device settings or photos.

Electronic, visual, or similar information, such as your profile picture or photos.
Professional or employment information, when you link your account to other accounts.

Inferences we draw or derive about users, such as your interests or preferences.

Other information you provide, such as your bio, posts, messages, and comments.
Provide the Lifetoken services.

Communicate with you to provide updates or respond to your comments and questions.

Audit the Lifetoken services.

Detect security incidents and prevent fraud, debug and repair errors.

Maintain your account.

Provide customer service.

Process or fulfill orders.

Conduct research and development and other activities to improve the Lifetoken services.

Show advertising.

Market our Services.

Understand how users interact with the Lifetoken services.
Other users or the public, depending on your settings. For example, anyone can see the public posts and comments you create and public profile information you give us.

Other services, at your direction, to enable you to sign up for or log in to Lifetoken, or when you decide to link your Lifetoken account to those services, like Apple, Facebook, or Google, or when you publish your content on Lifetoken to them.

Vendors that we employ to process information on our behalf based on our instructions.

Legal authorities or others as necessary to comply with a law, regulation or legal request; to protect the safety, rights, or property of the public, any person, or Lifetoken; or to detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues.

Corporate family of companies, including wholly-owned subsidiaries and affiliates. 

We have collected this information from you, your devices, our partners, advertisers, and other third parties.

We do not collect or process sensitive personal information about you for the purpose of inferring characteristics about you.

We keep your information only so long as we need it to provide the Lifetoken services to you and fulfill the purposes described here and in our Privacy Policy. When we no longer need to use your information and there is no need for us to keep it to comply with our legal or regulatory obligations, we’ll either remove it from our systems or depersonalize it so that we can’t identify you.

To show you advertisements about Lifetoken on other sites and apps, we sometimes allow third parties to collect information about you through cookies and similar technologies or disclose information to them for the purpose of promoting Lifetoken. Under California law, these activities may constitute “sharing” or “selling”. In the preceding 12 months, such activities involved collecting the following categories of personal information and sharing them with the following categories of third parties:

Categories of Personal Information Categories of Third Parties 
Identifiers, like your IP address, cookie ID, or email address

Internet or electronic network activity information 
Advertising networks

Data analytics providers

Social networks

We do not knowingly “share” or “sell” information about users under 16.

Your rights under the CCPA

  • Right to Know and Access. You may submit a verifiable request to learn more about our information practices and for the specific pieces of Personal Information we have collected about you.
  • Right to Correct. You can correct inaccurate information by updating your profile information in your account.
  • Right to Delete. You may submit a verifiable request that we delete Personal Information we have collected from you.
  • Right to Opt-out of Sales/Sharing: You have the right to opt out of “sharing” or “sales” of your information, which you can do by following the instructions for California Users in the “Privacy and Data” section of your settings menu. If you have an account with us and you visit our site with an opt-out preference signal (such as Global Privacy Control) enabled, we will treat this as an opt-out request.
  • Right to Equal Service. We will not discriminate against you if you exercise your privacy rights.

In order to verify your identity when you make a request, you will be required to log in to your password-protected account or respond to an email verification request.

To exercise these rights, please contact us at 

In addition to exercising these rights yourself, you may also designate an authorized agent to make these requests on your behalf. If the authorized agent does not provide a valid power of attorney, we will ask you to verify the request directly via email or through your password-protected account.

Metrics disclosures

The CCPA requires us to disclose certain metrics about the various requests we get, such as how many specific requests we received from California residents in the last calendar year. See our CCPA Metrics Disclosure.