We value your privacy.

By participating in the California Justice Experience, you understand that we may collect personal information from you such as identifying information (name, email, city, county), digital network activity (interactions with our website, virtual wallet, IP address), geo-location data and other forms of personal information. We use this information to create the optimal digital experience for you and to keep you updated on the campaign, including but not limited to letting you know about Nathan Hochman events, sharing Nathan Hochman’s views on California issues, and asking you if you’d like to make financial contributions to Nathan Hochman’s campaign.

About our ads and tracking

We, along with our vendors, use several common tracking technologies on our website properties and in our mobile applications to collect information about your computer or device.  These may include:

  • Browser cookies
  • Local shared objects (such as “Flash” cookies)
  • Mobile advertising or device IDs
  • Analytical tools
  • Other technologies

We maintain electronic and procedural safeguards to protect your information and to comply with federal and state laws.


Your browser may give you the ability to control or reject certain types of browser cookies. How you do so depends on the type of cookie. Browser cookies, which are stored in your browser, can be controlled (deleted or blocked) by using your browser settings. If you block cookies on your browser, certain website features may not work, including mechanisms used to honor advertising opt-out choices you may make 

Online Behavioral Advertising

Our site will, on some pages, cause your social network cookies to be transmitted to the social networks to which you belong, together with the “URL” of the Nathan Hochman web page you are visiting. This happens because of the social network widgets we use on some web pages to make it easy for you to interact with social networks. Depending on the policies of the social networks to which you belong and your user settings with those services, your social network may be able to track your browsing history. This information may be shared with social networks even if you are unaware of the presence of the widget or do not “click” on the widget. For more information and to control the data you share with social networks, you should consult the privacy policies and documentation of the social networks to which you belong.

Right to Know

You have the right to request the following, which will be provided for the period that is up to 12 months prior to the request date:

  • The specific pieces of personal information we have collected about you and are maintaining;
  • The categories of personal information we have collected about you;
  • The categories of sources from which we collected your personal information;
  • The business or commercial purposes for our collecting your personal information;
  • The categories of third parties to whom we have shared your personal information;
  • A list of the categories of personal information disclosed for a business purpose in the prior 12 months, or a confirmation that no disclosure occurred.

Right to Delete

You may request we delete your personal information we collected directly from you and are maintaining. There may be instances where we are unable to delete personal information. The personal information may be:

  • Necessary to complete a transaction or service you requested;
  • Needed for security purposes;
  • Needed to identify and repair system errors;
  • Needed for the exercise of free speech or exercise another right provided for by law;
  • Necessary for compliance with the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act;
  • Necessary for internal business purposes; or
  • Needed to comply with laws or legal obligations.

Right to Opt-Out of Sale

The CCPA gives California residents the right to direct a business that sells personal information about the consumer to third parties not to sell the consumer’s personal information. This is referred to as the right to opt-out.

We will not sell your personal information in any context. Nevertheless, using the CCPA’s terminology and mandated opt-out functionality, relative to the sale of personal information, we offer you the ability to opt out of the collection of your personal information by third-party cookies on our websites. We use third-party cookies and tracking devices on our website for purposes such as analytics and online behavioral advertising, operated by third-party cookie operators, (“Third Party Cookie Operators”), that may not qualify as CCPA “service providers”. We provide you the ability to exercise choice (i.e., turn on and off) with respect to Third Party Cookie Operators. Therefore, we treat personal information collected by Third Party Cookie Operators as subject to a Do Not Sell request, which you can exercise by clicking on the Do Not Sell My Personal Information link below.

California law requires a “Do Not Sell My Personal Information” link for you to exercise your preferences. Your opt-out choice will only apply to the browser on the device you are using at the time. If you visit our webpages using another browser or device, you will need to set that device or browser individually.

 NFT Ownership

During the course of your participation in the California Justice Experience, you’ll have the opportunity to win digital artwork minted as NFTs. You retain full ownership of these NFTs and have full permission to resell them as you see fit and to accrue any and all proceeds from the sales of the NFTs.

This website and all applications are paid for by Nathan Hochman for Attorney General ID #1437955 and are done so in compliance with all state and federal election laws.

Contact Us

You may submit requests pursuant to the California Consumer Privacy Act (Right to Know or Delete) by one of the methods outlined below. Once a request is received, we will acknowledge receipt of the request. In addition to acknowledging your request, we may ask you for additional information, including information to verify your identity. In order to submit a request:

  • Email us at and we will assist you including verifying your identity. We may ask you for personal information such as name, phone number, address and/or date of birth.
  • Complete, print, notarize and return the Data Access Request Form via U.S. Mail. Attach any relevant documentation to the form. You must verify your identity by having the form notarized. Please send the original receipt for notary services along with the notarized forms/documents to us at the address listed on the Data Access Request Form for reimbursement. Please send to the following address:

Nathan Hochman for Attorney General

9070 Irvine Center Drive, #150

Irvine, CA 92618

Last Updated 4/20/2022.