California Disclosures: Updated as of October 22, 2020
California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
Access and Deletion Requests
California residents have certain additional rights regarding our collection, use, disclosure or sale of your Personal Information:
· You may request a copy of the following: (1) the categories of Personal Information we collected about you in (at least) the last 12 months; (2) the categories of sources from which the Personal Information is collected; (3) the business or commercial purpose for collecting or selling (if applicable) the Personal Information; (4) the categories of third parties with whom we shared Personal Information in (at least) the last 12 months (if applicable), and the categories of Personal Information shared; and (5) the specific pieces of your Personal Information that we have collected, used, disclosed, or sold.
If you have an account with us, you may also see certain Personal Information (such as certain profile and transaction information) directly through your account page after logging in to a Site. Please note that changes you make on your account profile page through one of our Sites may not always be reflected on other Sites operated by us.
“Do Not Sell” Requests
Note to AD Starr customers: AD Starr does not use targeting cookies or data extracts for targeted advertising purposes but, if applicable, you can opt-out of data extracts from others in the DICK’S Family of Businesses here.
Note to Game Changer and Team Manager customers: GameChanger and Team Manager do not use data extracts for targeted advertising purposes but, if applicable, you can opt-out of data extracts from others in the DICK’S Family of Businesses here.
Financial Incentives and Consumer Information
DICK’S does not generally assign monetary value to consumers’ personal information, and promotions activity associated with the DICK’S subscription programs changes continually. To the extent the CCPA requires that a value be assigned to such programs, or to the price or service differences they involve, DICK’S values the information collected and used under each program as being equal to the value of the discounts or other financial incentives provided in each such program, based upon a practical and good-faith effort to assess, on an aggregate basis for all collected information: (i) the type of information collected in each program (e.g., email address), (ii) the use of such information by DICK’S in connection with its marketing activities, (iii) the range of discounts provided (which can depend on each consumer’s purchases under such offers), (iv) the volume of individuals enrolled in the programs, and (v) the products for which the benefits (such as a discount) can apply. These variable factors continue to change over time. This description is without waiver of any proprietary or business confidential information, including trade secrets, and it does not constitute any representation with regard to generally accepted accounting principles or financial accounting standards.
If you are a job applicant submitting personal information to DICK’S in connection with an application for employment, you will receive a privacy notice regarding such information as part of the application process.
Do Not Track
If you have any questions about the notices above or DICK’S privacy practices, please contact us at email@example.com.
California Privacy Rights - Direct Marketing
You have the right to request information from DICK'S regarding the manner in which DICK'S shares certain categories of your personal information with third parties, for the third parties' direct marketing purposes. California Civil Code § 1798.83 provides you with the right to submit a request to DICK'S at its designated address and receive the following information:
1. The categories of personal information DICK'S disclosed to third parties for the third parties' direct marketing purposes during the preceding calendar year;
2. The names and addresses of third parties that received such information; and
3. If the nature of a third party's business cannot be reasonably determined from the third party's name, examples of the products or services marketed.
You are entitled to receive a copy of this information in a standardized format and the information will not be specific to you individually. DICK’s designated email address for such a request is firstname.lastname@example.org
California Privacy Rights - California Minors
Certain areas of our Websites may contain interactive features that allow registered users to post content or information on or to our Websites (the “Interactive Services”). If any of our Interactive Services are either: (1) directed toward California residents under the age of eighteen (18); or (2) if DICK’s has actual knowledge that a registered user of the Interactive Services is a California resident under the age of eighteen (18), DICK’s will permit such registered user to remove (if applicable) or request that DICK’S remove or anonymize such content or information as posted by the registered user, to the extent required by California Business and Professions Code § 22581.
If you are under the age of eighteen (18) and would like to request the removal or anonymization of content or information you have posted on or to our Websites, please send your request to email@example.com.
California Proposition 65
The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, also referred to as Proposition 65, is a California initiative to address concerns regarding exposure to toxic chemicals. Proposition 65 requires warning labels on products that contains certain levels of the 600+ elements that the California Air Resources Board considers a carcinogen or a reproductive toxicant. These elements include lead, brass, PVC and a multitude of other everyday elements.
The general Proposition 65 notice is: WARNING: You have purchased an item that contains a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
California Transparency in Supply Chains Act
As required under the California Transparency Supply Chain Act, we are disclosing our efforts to mitigate the risk of slavery and human trafficking in our supply chain.
DICK'S Sporting Goods, Inc. is committed to fair labor practices throughout the supply chain. New and existing private brand contracted factories are regularly assessed against our Human Rights Policy which is based on International Labour Organization standards and can be found here. Assessments are initiated based on geographic location, workplace history or previous audit record and other policy requirements. These audits are performed by DICK'S Compliance Team members and also by third party verifiers. Results are reviewed by Compliance Managers, who assist factories in remediating issues identified during audits, share key performance data with internal business partners as appropriate, and also engage with industry and NGO stakeholders to identify strategic opportunities to improve working conditions. DICK'S is a Better Work Buyer Partner (www.betterwork.org) and leverages the Better Work program to engage with key factories in countries where Better Work operates.
Each year DICK'S audits a significant percentage of our private brand contract factories to determine if they are in compliance with our standards, which in addition to requiring compliance with local laws on working hours, wages and health and safety concerns, also prohibit forced, slave or child labor. Audits are performed by DICK'S Compliance Team members or third party verifiers and are semi-unannounced within a negotiated time frame. Annual and follow-up audit frequency is determined in accordance with our policy and is based in part on the level of risk and non-compliance determined by previous audit results.
As part of the supplier onboarding process, all vendors are required to certify that they conduct business in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations which include any existing laws on slavery and human trafficking in the country of manufacture. DICK'S certifies private brand factories into various risk levels and active status categories. Detailed Corrective Action Plans are required within 14 days for any non-compliance with local law or our Human Rights Policy. Factories must exhibit continuous improvement, transparency, and management cooperation to ensure continued certification and business eligibility. Additional follow up audits are required until high risk issues are resolved. Lack of continuous improvement may result in termination of the business relationship. Factories that demonstrate low risk and strong management systems have opportunities to reduce the frequency of audits.
The Vice President of Global Compliance, who reports to the General Counsel, is responsible for overseeing the compliance and factory monitoring programs. The Vice President of Global Compliance works with the DICK'S Compliance Team members to ensure that the Factory Compliance Policy is followed and with Product Development and Sourcing teams to integrate key performance data into the sourcing business process and to address high risk factories. In addition to requiring corrective actions and remediation of identified non-compliances, DICK'S actively encourages factories to take ownership of compliance management and implement root cause/management systems based approaches to facilitate sustainable improvement. In addition to working with factory management, DICK'S strategically communicates responsible sourcing guidelines to internal business partners and vendors and also provides "hotline" channels for workers that we engage during factory visits.
DICK'S provides annual training to relevant associates and business units on our Human Rights Policy and program requirements. Training is conducted with management level associates in roles related to sourcing, product development, quality assurance and who interact with or travel to factories and may be in the best position to identify issues. Training on responsible sourcing guidelines and program expectations is also conducted in annual meetings with vendors and factories.