As part of California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), you are required to provide explicit notice to California residents including providing a link for them to opt out of data sale with a "Do Not Sell My Information" link in a conspicuous location.

By default, Mediavine will display a button only to your California users that allow them to easily opt out of data sale with a link above the fold on all sites.

In your Dashboard Privacy tab, you're able to change the location of your button, including an option for no auto insertion, or publisher chosen. This guide will help you place you make your own links.

Additionally, if you'd like to add ADDITIONAL buttons, such as a link in your Privacy Policy, you can use this same technique even if Mediavine auto-inserts your CCPA link for you.

Okay, so how do you add a CCPA link?

Simply add data-name="mediavine-ccpa-button"  to any HTML element and we'll automatically link that object to open the Mediavine CCPA CMP pop-up on click.

For example, you can add this attribute to an anchor tag:

<a data-name="mediavine-ccpa-button">Do Not Sell My Personal Information</a> 

You can also add this to any other element, including a div or a button with the same code:

<button data-name="mediavine-ccpa-button">Do Not Sell My Personal Information</a> 

One additional caveat: Our CCPA CMP is ONLY loaded for California users, so your button will only work for users in California.

You can always test its functionality by adding ?test=ccpa to any URL on your site.

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