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California Consumer Privacy Act

California consumers can now manage their personal data.

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TransUnion is Committed to Data Privacy

Your data identity plays an important role in how you interact with the modern economy. The CCPA provides California consumers more control of certain information businesses collect about them. TransUnion is committed to providing a simple and secure process for California consumers to manage their personal information.

How to Exercise Your California Privacy Rights

The California Consumer Privacy Act establishes the following rights for California consumers regarding personal information (as defined by law). Explore your options below and see how you can take action.

Sontiq and Neustar (not including Neustar Security Services, LLC, an independent company) are now TransUnion companies. To exercise your personal data rights with Sontiq, please click here. To exercise your personal data rights with Neustar, please click here. To exercise your personal data rights with Neustar Security Services, please click here.

Not all data maintained by TransUnion is subject to CCPA rights. For example, credit reports and the information in them are governed by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). When you make a CCPA request, it’s important to know that your credit report information will be retained and used to ensure you can continue to access the opportunities that credit can provide.

In addition to opting out of the sale of your personal information, deleting your data and requesting a copy of your data, the CCPA provides the following rights. There is no action associated with these:


Right not to be discriminated against for exercising these rights


Right to be informed about the types of personal information businesses collect

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