Do Not Sell or Share My Personal Information

Last updated: January 1, 2023

California consumers may opt out of the “sale” or “sharing” of their personal information, as defined by the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The CCPA broadly defines “sale” such that it extends beyond what you may commonly think of as a sale. For example, a “sale” in this context may include allowing third parties to receive certain information, e.g. cookies, to deliver personalized advertising about our products. “Sharing” personal information is defined by applicable law as making it available to other companies for the purposes of cross-context behavioral or targeted advertising.

How to Opt Out from the Selling and Sharing of Your Personal Information

To opt out from the “selling” and “sharing” of your personal information, as those terms are defined by the CCPA, click on the “Your Privacy Choices” link in the footer.

We also respond to and abide by Global Privacy Control (GPC) signals on this domain as a form of opt-out preference signal.

Please note that any opt out preferences you have exercised through these methods will only apply to the specific device or browser on which you made them, and not linked to your personal identity or account information if the connection between your browser and account is not known to us.

If you use different devices or browsers, you may need to replicate your choices across those devices and browsers.

If you are located in California and would like to opt out of the “selling” and “sharing” of your personal information in situations where we are able to identify you by your personal identity, please email privacy-requests [at] twingate.com from the email address that you would like to opt out and provide the following details: (1) “Do not sell or share my personal information” in the subject line or body of the email, (2) your name, and (3) your email address.

For more information about Twingate’s privacy practices, see our Privacy Policy. For additional information and rights available to California consumers, see the California Supplemental Privacy Notice.