Your California Privacy Rights: Notice to California Customers
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
At Brooks, we put the Runner first, and that means respecting your online privacy rights. Under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), some transfers of personal information—including the use of advertising cookies—may be considered “sales” even if no money changes hands and no payments are made. You can opt out of such “selling” of your personal information by using the Brooks Cookie Preferences Tool to turn off advertising cookies or other cookies that are not necessary for the functioning of the Brooks website.
Which Personal Information Sharing May Constitute a “Sale” under CCPA?
Please note that your cookie preferences are domain- and browser-specific. This means that if you visit other Brooks domains, or replace or upgrade your browser, use another browser (or device), clear your browser’s cookies, or set your browser to refuse third-party cookies, you may need to revisit the Cookie Preferences Tool to opt-out again from that domain or browser.
Please keep in mind that we may continue to share your personal information if the transfers are not considered “sales” under the CCPA, for example when we send information to our service providers or if you direct us to disclose it (for example, by opting in to have your information shared with our partners). For questions about our sharing practices, please email email@example.com