These regions have data protection laws that require us to specify the following:
Our lawful bases for collecting and processing personal information include:
- Performing our contract with you: Registration for a Mozilla account requires your agreement to the Mozilla account Terms of Service. To provide the services described, such as syncing your browser history or providing email verification, we need to receive your email address.
- Legitimate interests: We receive technical and interaction data of users, which may include IP addresses, to customize and offer location specific features and to improve the security and reliability of our services and prevent abuse. The specific reasons for which we collect and use personal data can be found in the relevant products Privacy Notice.
- Consent: Where we ask for your consent to process your information, you can always withdraw this consent.
The following rights are granted by certain laws such as the General Data Protection Regulation in the EU and California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). Mozilla applies these rights to all users of our products, regardless of your location:
- The right to know what personal data is collected
- The right to know if personal data is being shared, and to whom
- The right to access your personal data
- The right to exercise your privacy rights without being discriminated against
In many cases, you can access, update, or delete your personal information directly from our product settings.
You can learn more about managing your data. To make requests regarding your personal data, please contact us through our Data Subject Access Request Portal. If you have any other questions regarding personal data or our privacy practices, please contact us at email@example.com, or you can contact our DPO by mail at:
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We respond to all requests we receive from individuals wishing to exercise their data protection rights in accordance with applicable data protection laws. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with your local data protection authority.