Laws in California and other states provide users with certain rights regarding their personal information, including the right to access, delete, correct and/or opt-out of the “sale” or "sharing" of their personal information. This page provides information on how users in the United States may exercise their rights under these laws.
All users can make choices about how we use your data, explore privacy features, and manage privacy settings in our Privacy Center.
Our Policy On Selling and Sharing Data
Laws in California and other states give users in the state the right to opt out of the “sale” or “sharing” of their personal information. “Sale” refers to the disclosure of personal information to a third party in exchange for money or other value. “Share” refers to the disclosure of personal information to a third party for purposes of targeted advertising.
Uber discloses user personal information to third parties to enable personalized advertising on apps, websites or other properties owned by Uber or other companies. Such disclosures may be considered “sales” or “sharing” of personal information under the laws described above. Users in the United States may opt-out of these below.
If you opt out, Uber will not disclose your personal information to third parties for purposes of targeted advertising.
You can read more about how we use personal information in our Privacy Notice.
U.S. user data rights
What personal data does Uber collect and how do we use it?
What rights do users in the United States have with respect to their personal information?
How do I exercise my rights?
How will Uber verify my identity?
Can an authorized agent submit a request on my behalf?
Can I submit an appeal if Uber declines my request?
Does Uber use de-identified data?
How many California privacy requests does Uber receive per year?