Privacy Tools

This page provides tools to modify your available privacy preferences and/or request to export, correct (rectify), and/or delete (erase) your personal information on the 6200 Productions website. (To learn more about what kinds of personal information we may collect, see the Privacy Policy.)

Privacy and Cookie Preferences

By clicking the button below, you can see a list of the categories of cookies this website may use (including what they’re for and how long they normally last) and review or change your available cookie preferences.

Please note that this should not be regarded as an exhaustive list of all the specific cookies that might be used, which may vary. For example, if we have just added or are testing some new site component, it might set additional cookies not currently listed, and embedded content providers may periodically change the cookies they use in ways that are outside of our control.

You can also review the cookie categories, learn more about the use of cookies on this website, and find additional information about controlling cookies on the Cookie Notice page. (In the event of any substantive discrepancy between the information shown in the Cookie Settings menu accessed through the above button and the Cookie Notice, the Cookie Notice version shall govern and control.)

Disable Analytics Tracking

Clicking the link below will set a cookie in your current browser (or other user agent) to disable tracking by the Google Analytics service on this website, even if you previously consented to analytics tracking:

Disable Google Analytics Tracking

This cookie only affects Google Analytics tracking by THIS website, not any other website or online service that may use the Google Analytics service (or by providers of embedded video players and/or other embedded content, whose use of the Google Analytics service and/or other analytics tools is outside of our control). Also, the cookie only works with your current device and current browser (or other user agent), so if you access the site again from a different device or using a different browser or user agent, you will need to click the link to set the cookie again on that device, browser, or user agent.

Please note that we have configured the analytics service so that it will not track your use of the 6200 Productions website unless you click Accept/Enable on the analytics banner, whether you set this cookie or not.

If you prefer, Google offers an add-on for many common web browsers that prevents the Google Analytics service from collecting information about your visits to websites that use that service. You can find the add-on at this link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout. (The use of this add-on is subject to any applicable terms and conditions set by Google as well as the Google Privacy Policy. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS TOOL IS OFFERED BY GOOGLE, NOT BY US, AND IS ENTIRELY OUTSIDE OF OUR CONTROL. EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE REQUIRED BY LAW, WE MAKE NO WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ALL LIABILITY OF ANY KIND WITH RESPECT TO THIS OR ANY OTHER SOFTWARE OR TOOLS OFFERED BY GOOGLE. THIS LINK IS PROVIDED PURELY FOR OUR VISITORS’ INFORMATION AND IS NOT AN ENDORSEMENT.)

(The “Online Tracking” section of our Privacy Policy explains how the Google Analytics service works, how we use the analytics data, and other ways you can disable analytics tracking. The “Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites” page provides additional technical information about the cookies the analytics service may use. (For your reference, we don’t currently use Google Analytics 4.) You can learn more about how Google uses information the analytics service collects by reviewing the “Information for Visitors of Sites and Apps Using Google Analytics” section of the Google Analytics “Safeguarding your data” help page, the “How Google Uses Information from Sites or Apps That Use Our Services” page, and the Google Privacy Policy. Google, Google Analytics, and other related marks are trademarks of Google LLC.)

Submitting Privacy Requests

If you are a California resident and would like to exercise your rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) or other California privacy laws — e.g., the Right to Know, the Right to Delete, and/or the Right to Opt-Out of the sale of your personal information — you (or your authorized agent) should visit our Do Not Sell My Personal Information page. (For more information about these rights, see the Your California Privacy Rights page or the “Your California Privacy Rights” section of the Privacy Policy.)

Requests to exercise your rights under the privacy and/or data protection laws of a U.S. state OTHER than California, or of a country outside the U.S., should be submitted via any of the methods described in the “Controllers/Responsible Parties, Questions, and How to Reach Us” section of the Privacy Policy. Residents of countries outside the U.S. can also submit requests using the tools in the “Export, Modify, or Delete Data” section below.

Except as otherwise required by law, requests pertaining to children under 18 should be submitted by a parent, legal guardian, or other authorized adult representative.

Export, Modify, or Delete Data

The following tools are intended to allow residents of countries outside the U.S. to request to export, correct (rectify), and/or delete (erase) their personal information under applicable national privacy and/or data protection laws. (If you are a resident of the United States requesting to exercise your rights under the privacy and/or data protection laws of a U.S. state, please refer to the “Submitting Privacy Requests” section above. Some state laws have specific requirements for how such requests must be processed and/or verified, which these automated tools aren’t able to accommodate.)

Please note that these automated tools can only retrieve data that exists in the 6200 Productions website database AND that is associated with a specific email address. (If you have used more than one email address, you might need to use the tool more than once.) The tools cannot retrieve data that is not associated with your email address, such as (without limitation) IP addresses in the server and error logs; data not stored on the 6200 Productions website itself, e.g., emails you sent us directly or comments you may have submitted to the owner’s automotive website, Ate Up With Motor (Ate Up With Motor is a trademark of Aaron Severson dba Ate Up With Motor); non-electronic data, e.g., physical copies of letters or photographs; or analytics results, which are not accessible on a user-specific basis. Also, the export tool cannot retrieve data from contact or feedback forms you’ve submitted on this website (e.g., Contact Form or California Privacy Request Form submissions), although if we retain the form data, we can manually retrieve it from our records by looking up your name and/or email address.


Request to Export Your Data

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Request to Correct (Rectify) Your Data

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Request to Delete (Erase) Your Data

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If you have questions or wish to export, correct (rectify), and/or delete (erase) personal information that the tool is incapable of retrieving, please contact us via any of the methods described in the “Controllers/Responsible Parties, Questions, and How to Reach Us” section of the Privacy Policy.

Again, except as otherwise required by law, requests pertaining to children under 18 should be submitted by a parent, legal guardian, or other authorized adult representative.

To safeguard your privacy and the privacy of others, we may — to the extent permitted by applicable law and/or regulations — take steps to verify your identity (and/or, in some cases, your residency) before processing certain requests pertaining to your personal information. (Some jurisdictions expressly require such verification for certain types of requests.) We may be unable to fulfill your request if we cannot verify your identity to the degree of certainty required by applicable law and/or regulations.

Updated: December 28, 2021 — 8:02 pm