Nevada Privacy Addendum

Last Updated December 31, 2019


This Nevada Data Privacy Addendum, including any future modifications (the “Addendum”), forms a material part of the Company’s Privacy Policy. It applies to the Company’s treatment of the personal information of Nevada consumers in accordance with Nevada Senate Bill 220 (“SB-220”). If you are a Nevada “consumer” (as defined under SB-220), the purpose of this Addendum is to briefly describe: 1) your rights under SB-220; and 2) describe how you may make a request for those rights to be enforced.


SB-220 grants Nevada-based consumers the right to opt-out of the “sale” of their “covered information” by web “operators” to another person in exchange for monetary consideration. SB-220 defines a consumer as a person who seeks or acquires, by purchase or lease, any good, service, money or credit for personal, family or household purposes from the Internet website or online service of an operator. Under SB-220, “sale” means the exchange of covered information for monetary consideration by the operator to a person for the person to license or sell the covered information to additional persons. The definition of “sale” under SB-220 does not include disclosures of covered information:

  • To a person who processes the covered information on behalf of the operator;
  • To a person with whom the consumer has a direct relationship for the purposes of providing a product or service requested by the consumer;
  • To a person for purposes which are consistent with the reasonable expectations of a consumer considering the context in which the consumer provided the covered information to the operator;
  • To a person who is an affiliate of the operator; or
  • To a person as an asset that is part of a merger, acquisition, bankruptcy or other transaction in which the person assumes control of all or part of the assets of the operator.


If you are a Nevada consumer and wish to exercise your rights related to SB-220, please send an e-mail sufficiently detailing your request to Please note that if we receive a request from you to exercise your rights, the Company has the right to have you take reasonable steps to confirm your identity. The Company is not obligated to, and will not, give effect to data subject rights unless the Company can reasonably verify that the request is a “verified request” (as defined under SB-220).