California law requires a data broker, as that term is defined in California Civil Code § 1798.99.80, to register with the Attorney General on its internet website that is accessible to the public, on or before January 31 following each year in which a business meets the definition of a data broker.
You can search by the name of the data broker, or simply scroll through the list. To read a notice, click on the link titled "View Full Submission." You may also download the entire list by clicking on "Download CSV".
|Data Broker Name||Link||Email Address||Website URL|
|Madison Logic, Inc.||
View Full Submission
Data Broker Name:
Madison Logic, Inc.
257 Park Avenue South, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10010United States
How a consumer may opt out of sale or submit requests under the CCPA:
Madison Logic does not share Personal Data with these third parties, but they may set and access their own cookies, pixel tags and similar technologies on your device and they may otherwise collect or have access to anonymous Usage Information.
When you use the opt-out mechanism, Madison Logic will no longer use or share any of your Personal Data or anonymous Usage Information, with the exception of Personal Data submitted within the last 30 days to access free content, which the Content Provider may access.
How a protected individual can demand deletion of information posted online under Gov. Code sections 6208.1(b) or 6254.21(c)(1):
A protected individual can demand deletion of information by:
- submit "opt-out" form online
- e-mail completed "opt-out" form
- mail completed "opt-out" form
Additional information about data collecting practices:
No information provided.
|privacy [at] madisonlogic.com||http://www.madisonlogic.com|