Last updated on October 6th, 2023.
The following U.S. states have introduced consumer privacy rights (“Privacy Rights (*)“):
|State (**)||State Law||Effective date of the Right to Opt-Out(***)||Right to Appeal from Dailymotion Decision (****)||Right to Appeal to State Attorney General|
|California||California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)||1st January 2020||No||No|
|Virginia||Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA)||1st January 2023||Yes||Yes|
|Colorado||Colorado Privacy Act (CPA)||1st July 2023||Yes||Yes|
|Connecticut||The Connecticut Data Privacy Act (CDPA)||1st July 2023||Yes||Yes|
|Utah||Consumer Privacy Act (CPA)||31st December 2023||No||No|
|Oregon||Oregon Consumer Privacy Act (OCPA)||1st July 2024||Yes||Yes|
(*) For the list of the rights granted to residents of your state, please see your local “State Law” using the links above.
(**) Privacy Rights are granted to residents of the U.S. Privacy Law States only.
For technical reasons, the Dailymotion Opt-Out feature is accessible only when a U.S. Privacy Law State’s IP address is used to access our Service.
(***) The date on which you can start to exercise your Privacy Rights on the Dailymotion Service.
Any opt-out choices exercised before that date may not be enforced by our Service.
(****) Appeal is examined by a dedicated Dailymotion team different from the one issuing the initial decision.
The above list is subject to modification. Additional states will be added with the approaching entry into force of new privacy State Laws.