We do not sell your information in exchange for money. We may allow certain third parties to collect your personal information via automated technologies on our websites. Therefore, for delivering content and advertisements that may interest you.

California Law on selling your information

No matter what, we cannot sell your information the way we want. According to California law, the term sale is broadly defined. Based on how you use our products/services, we may have sold (as described by the CCPA) the following categories of information. They are about you in the last 12 months to third parties. They are connection or usage data, cookie or device ID, browser or device fingerprint, geolocation information, commercial information, and inferences drawn from browsing history.

If you are a California resident and want to opt-out of the sale of your information, please mail to us.

What happens if you opt-out?

When you opt-out, we will place a cookie on your device to identify and register your preference. This only applies to the browser and device you used when you wrote your choice. If you access Europesia websites from other browsers, you will also need to make this selection on each browser and device. If you clear cookies on your browser after opt-out, your browser will no longer remember your preference. Also, you will need to reset your preference.

Global Privacy Control

Suppose you turn on the Global Privacy Control (GPC) in a participating browser. In order to opt-out of the sale of your personal information in your browser, and we receive that signal from the GPC. In that case, we will honor your setting for that browser. You will need to turn this on for each browser you use. To learn more about the GPC, visit the Global Privacy Control website.