CCPA Compliance

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a bill enhancing privacy rights for residents of California, United States. It took effect on the 1st January 2020.

Does this affect me?

The CCPA affects Californian residents, and businesses processing personal information of Californian residents and satisfying at least one of these conditions:

  • Have annual gross revenues in excess of $25 million;
  • Buy or sell the personal information of 50,000 or more consumers or households;
  • Earn more than half of your annual revenue from selling consumers' personal information.

Hunter Web Services, Inc. complies with the CCPA requirements as a business.

How Hunter is complying with the CCPA

As a business, we are making sure to provide the consumers' rights of information, access and removal of their personal information.

Here are some of the actions we’ve taken to ensure we comply with CCPA:

Right of information

Hunter processes only publicly available online personal information and automatically returns the sources in the search tools it provides.

Consumers can also directly contact us to request details about the personal information we have processed about them, if any.

Right of access or erasure

Because Hunter only collects publicly available web data, personal information removed from a website are also removed from our database.

Consumers can also request the edition or removal (and therefore prevent the sale) of their personal information, by claiming their email addresses. It is then possible to either update the information or entirely remove it. Alternatively, a toll-free telephone number has been set up to answer the data access requests.


Consumers that exercise their privacy rights to access or remove personal information from Hunter's database don't have any limitation as users of the service.


We invite you to look at our Privacy Policy as it contains a precise description of how we process data. Should you have any other questions, we’re here to help: