Request for Affirmation of Notice

As you know, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect on January 1, 2020. The draft regulations, issued by the California Attorney General in October of 2019, is expected to be finalized no later than July 1, 2020. 

The CCPA requires businesses who collect consumer information directly through their owned and operated sites to provide adequate notice before collection and provide the ability for the consumer who is a resident of California to exercise certain rights.

Based on the draft regulations, Jornaya needs to receive affirmation in writing that your company provides adequate notice. This affirmation is required from our clients who provide us consumer information indirectly through the inclusion of our javascript on your sites with your approval. Please read and agree to the following statement by submitting the form below. 

If you have any questions, please email privacy@jornaya.com.

We affirm that we provide adequate notice to all California consumers before the collection of their personal information, consistent with the California Consumer Protection Act and its regulations. Such notice shall address, as appropriate, our disclosures of personal information to other companies, including Jornaya. We provide notice according to the process described below. We affirm that the notice described is provided to California consumers before the collection of any information disclosed to, or shared with other companies, including Jornaya.