Watch Movies for $3 on National Cinema Day

So when you think of a $3 movie your like yeah that’s at one of those older theaters that only show the movies that played years ago. Well to combat years of poor theater attendance the movie theater industry has banded together to make National Cinema Day a joy for everyone! At all the popular theater chains in the Inland Empire you can see any movie in theaters this weekend for only $3 on September 3rd 2022. From Cinemark to Edwards or AMC today you can enjoy free air conditioning and a movie for only $3. The favorite of parents everywhere is the Harkins theater in Redlands as they have CHILDCARE on site!!!!

History of National Cinema Day

People have been enjoying watching films at cinemas for more than a century, since the first movie theaters began opening in the United States in the early 1900s. After the ability to capture moving pictures on film came about, the evolution of the cinema developed and it has been a beloved American institution for many years.

But now, with the advent of video players, DVDs and now online streaming, people simply don’t go out to the movies as often as they used to.

Founded with the intention of reminding the world how fun it is to go to the cinema, National Cinema Day has been established to bring the people back to the world of the movie theater. It is celebrated in the United States, the United Kingdom and may grow to other countries as well.

The Cinema Foundation, which is an arm of the non-profit organization The National Association of Theater Owners, has been an important part of raising awareness in honor of National Cinema Day.

How to Celebrate National Cinema Day

  • Of course, going to the cinema is the most important plan for celebrating National Cinema Day! Check out what’s new on the silver screen and invite some friends along.
  • Buy your tickets online and save that seat. Here in the US we have the unique option to buy our seats online and save the mad dash to get the best seat after standing in line.
  • Watch more than one. It might even be fun to schedule a movie marathon at the cinema, with back-to-back-to-back movies. After all, it is National Cinema Day!
  • It’s true that the snacks eaten in a movie theater just hit different! Something about that buttery cinema popcorn and those Junior Mints that just offer a unique and much more delicious vibe when they are eaten in the dark in theater seating in front of an enormous screen!

Whatever you do with prices this low and the outside hotter than ever its a great time to watch a movie.

California to Outlaw Bacon in 2022?

It’s not often that bacon leads a roundup of new laws taking effect with the New Year in California.

But even in progressive California, that’s the headline-grabber.

It’s among a host of other legislation designed to safeguard employees, shield those seeking abortions, protect protesters from police, spare children from gender influence in-store displays, and further ease criminal penalties to reduce mass incarceration.

Several of the laws mark national “firsts” — first minimum wage to reach $15 an hour, first to protect warehouse workers from quotas, first to mandate hourly wages for garment workers, first to require the gender-neutral displays.Top ArticlesBiden decries Trump backers’ ‘dagger at throat’ of democracyRecycling fraud costing Californians up to $200 million annually, report saysLA County firefighter dies from injuries suffered in Rancho Palos Verdes house fireDeep divides a year on from the Jan. 6 riotTrump maintains grip on GOP despite violent insurrection4 tips to help you enjoy an alcohol-free Dry January maintains grip on GOP despite violent insurrection

They are among hundreds of new laws also addressing everything from stealthily removing condoms to handing out disposable packages of condiments.

But first…


The sausage-making stems from a 2018 ballot measure where California voters set the nation’s toughest living space standards for breeding pigs starting Jan. 1.

Industry lawsuits opposing the initiative failed, but grocers and restauranteurs are now suing to force a 28-month delay. Critics including some lawmakers of both parties have called for putting off enforcement until 2024 for fear prices will rise and jobs will be lost.

California is allowing the continued sale of pork processed under the old rules, which proponents say should blunt any shortage and price surge.


California becomes the first state to require a $15-an-hour minimum wage for businesses with more than 25 employees, though Washington, D.C., and many California cities in the Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay areas already reached that milestone.

Related: Marijuana: 5 things to watch for in California in 2022

The minimum for businesses with 25 or fewer employees bumps to $14 with the new year and will increase to $15 per hour on Jan. 1, 2023. From then on, the wage will rise annually based on inflation.

The increases were set in motion by a 2016 law. Similarly, Illinois and New Jersey are boosting their minimum wage by $1 each year until they hit $15 an hour in 2025.


Gov. Gavin Newsom promised to double down on addressing California’s affordable housing and related homelessness problem after he handily defeated a recall election in September.

Days later, he approved two measures designed to sidestep local zoning ordinances. One allows local governments to rezone neighborhoods near mass transit for up to 10 housing units.

The second requires cities to approve up to four housing units on what was a single-family lot, over the objections of municipal leaders. Some cities were rushing to pass ordinances undercutting the law before it takes effect, while other opponents are gathering signatures for a ballot measure that would restore local control.


California becomes the first U.S. state to bar warehouse retailers like Amazon from firing workers for missing quotas that interfere with bathroom and rest breaks. It also becomes the first state to require the garment industry to pay workers by the hour.

It also now bars secret employment settlements involving discrimination based on race, religion, gender or sexual orientation, expanding on a 2018 law.


Among two-dozen new higher education laws are two that try to make it easier for students in community colleges to transfer into public universities. One streamlines an application process that students have described as a maze, while another requires community college classes to have the same course numbers as the comparable courses in four-year colleges to reduce confusion.


California is expanding on its existing law that allows restaurants to distribute single-use straws only upon request. Now take-out places can give consumers single-use condiment packages like ketchup and mustard and utensils like knives, forks and spoons only if asked.

It’s among numerous new laws designed to cut waste. One sets what advocates call the nation’s strictest standards for the “chasing arrows” recycling symbol. Another toughens regulations for what can be used in compost.

Yet what California regulators say is the “biggest change to trash in 30 years” comes from a law passed in 2016 that takes effect Jan. 1.

It requires local governments to provide organics recycling collection to all residents and businesses, and phases in a requirement for businesses and large food generators to donate unsold food to distribute to Californians in need.


California becomes the first state to require large department stores — those with at least 500 employees — to display products like toys and toothbrushes in gender-neutral ways.

The requirement does not include clothes and does not ban traditional boys’ and girls’ sections. But it says large stores must also have a gender-neutral section displaying a “reasonable selection” of items “regardless of whether they have been traditionally marketed for either girls or for boys.”

Enforcement won’t start until Jan. 1, 2024.


Several laws that fizzled in 2020 despite national unrest over the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis officer were signed into law in 2021.

They include measures limiting police use of rubber bullets against protesters and providing a way to decertify troubled officers, though some of the certification process doesn’t take effect until January 2023.

Other new laws bar a type of restraint hold that has led to deaths and specify when officers have a duty to intervene to prevent or report excessive force. Another expands the list of police misconduct records that must be made public.

The state also is increasing the minimum age to become a police officer from 18 to 21 and requiring the state attorney general to investigate all fatal shootings by police of unarmed civilians, including those where there is a reasonable dispute over whether that civilian was armed.


California is taking additional steps to ease criminal penalties, building on a decade of efforts to reduce mass incarceration.

Among them, it is ending mandatory minimum prison or jail sentences for nonviolent drug offenses, thus giving judges more discretion to impose probation or other alternative sentences.

It is expanding on a 2019 law that limited the use of the felony murder rule, which previously allowed accomplices in felonies to be convicted of murder if someone died but now is restricted to people who intended to kill or directly participated.

And it is creating the presumption that those arrested on allegations of violating their probation be freed on their own recognizance unless a judge deems them to be a public safety or flight risk.

It is also limiting prison terms for those associated with street gangs, considering mitigating circumstances in applying sentencing enhancements, and retroactively removing other enhancements for repeat offenders and certain prior drug crimes.

Riverside Ave Closed For Up To Nine Months

Late December of 2021 the City Of Rialto posted that they would be replacing almost Three Miles of North and South lanes of Riverside Ave between Galway Street in the North and Foothill to the South. In the social media post that the city posted on Facebook there were two links provided. One link sent you to a YouTube video that provided little additional information. The other link sent you to an error page on the cities website:

“Improvements are coming to Riverside Avenue, between Galway Street and Foothill Boulevard. Check out the video to learn more about the Riverside Avenue North Street Reconstruction Project, beginning in January 2022. Visit the project website,, for more information and to sign up for project updates.”

To find the information you want to need to know about the closure you once again have to go through a confusing maze of links to get where you need to go. To find the information you need you can read it here or click this link. Here are some of the questions the link on the website answers:

When will construction begin?
Construction is expected to begin in January 2022
and will take approximately nine months to
complete. Construction is dynamic and this
schedule is subject to change. Please be alert
when traveling through the area, and follow all
posted construction and traffic signs. Safety is our
top priority.

What can I expect during project construction?
Construction will take place weekdays, Mondays
through Fridays between 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
At least one lane in each direction on Riverside
Avenue will be open at all times. You may notice
concrete barriers and traffic cones to separate
work areas from traffic. Please be aware and use
caution throughout the project area as workers
and heavy equipment will be present. You should
allow extra time to reach your destination as you
may experience delays related to construction

Where can I learn about planned closures and
construction activities?

Regular updates on project construction, including
planned closures and detours will be available on
an interactive Google Map on the project website,

Who can I contact for more information?
For questions or more information call the project
hotline, (909) 490-5442, or email

Follow Rialto Now for more on this project!

Privacy Policy

Effective Date: 05/01/2020

This Website Privacy Policy (the “Policy”) describes how IntraEdge, Inc., uses and discloses the information collected about you (your “personal information”) when you visit this website (the “Website”), when you use the Truyo Portal as a customer of ours, and when you communicate with us.  We use the terms “IntraEdge,” “we”, “our”, and “us” to refer to IntraEdge, Inc. and our affiliates.

1.     Scope of this Policy

IntraEdge is a technology company that provides cutting-edge talent, services, and training resources to its clients. IntraEdge also offers the Truyo Platform—a world-class privacy portal with automated back-end subject request fulfillment capabilities.  In providing the Truyo Platform to our customers, we act as a service provider to them. This privacy policy does not describe our processing regarding the personal information we process as a service provider to our customers.  If you believe that IntraEdge is processing your personal information on behalf of one of our customers, you should direct any requests related to such personal information to that customer.

2.     What Personal Information Do We Collect?

We collect and process your personal information in order to provide you an optimal experience possible when you interact with us.  We collect personal information when you fill out forms (e.g. the “Contact Us” form), automatically through the use of cookies and similar technologies, and from third parties. We also collect information in a form that cannot reasonably be linked back to you.

Information You Provide to Us

You may choose to share information with us when you interact with our Website, become a customer of ours, or use the Truyo Platform as a customer.  When doing so, we may collect the following:

·      Your name, phone number, email address, company email address, company name, job title, and messages you send us (which are associated with your contact information).

·      If you email us through at one of the email addresses posted on our Website, we may collect and retain personal information contained within your email communications.

·      Personal information associated with your interactions with us or our partners about IntraEdge and/or the Truyo Platform.

·      If you make a purchase, we collect credit card numbers and other payment or billing information.

·      When you create an account, we collect passwords and contact information.

·      Your contact and marketing preferences.

There may be some circumstances where we collect personal information from you in-person. For example, if we meet you at a conference, vendor exhibition, privacy event, or similar business events, we may collect your contact information to follow up with you about our products and services.

Information We Collect Automatically

Unless you have opted-out or have otherwise refused to provide consent, the following is data that we collect from automatically:

  • Browser Data: This is technical information about the browser you are using that is captured in order to properly format our Website for your browser.
  • Device Data: This is technical information about the device you use to access our Website such as your device’s IP address and operating system. If you are using a mobile device, your device type, and mobile device’s unique advertising identifier (such as the Apple IDFA or Android Advertising ID) and any other unique identifier that may be assigned to the mobile device.
  • Location Data: This is non-precise information related to your general location derived from your device’s IP address. This does not reveal your precise location (i.e. your GPS latitude and longitude).
  • Website Activity Data: This is data about your browsing activity on our Website. For example, which pages you visited and when, how much time was spent on a page, what items were clicked on a page, whether you downloaded a document.

We also automatically collect and allow certain of our partners and service providers to automatically collect, personal data from you when you visit the Website. This is done using various technologies including cookies and pixels, and the personal information is related to your interactions with our Website. Our partners and service providers also may collect personal data, may sync with additional third parties, and may allow third parties with whom they partner to set cookies on the Website. Please note, IntraEdge does not control these partners or third parties. You should refer to the privacy statements of such parties to find out what personal data they collect, how they use cookies and how they interact with other third parties. Please see our Cookie Notice for further information on the cookies and pixels we use on the Website, including a list of the partners and subcontractors described above, and how you can opt-out.

Information We Collect from Others

We sometimes collect personal information from third parties who help us with our business and commercial needs.  This may include the following:

  • Affiliates: We collect and share personal information among the entities or operating groups operating under the IntraEdge umbrella (IntraEdge, Truyo, Byndr, and Learn with IntraEdge). We share information as a normal part of conducting business and offering products and services to our customers.
  • Service Providers and Suppliers: We may receive Contact Information or other personal information from our vendors or agents working on our behalf for the purposes described in this Policy.
  • Business Partners: We receive personal information from other companies with which we work together to offer services to our customers, or to reach potential customers with our marketing messages. This includes our advertising and analytics providers and our partners with which we offer co-branded services or engage in joint marketing activities.
  • Social Media Platforms: If you connect with us or one of our representatives on social media, we may collect your personal information that is publicly available or that you have made publicly available and any information the platform makes available.
  • Legal Authority: Including law enforcement agencies, courts, regulatory agencies, and data protection authorities.
  • Parties to Corporate Transactions: We may receive personal information as part of a corporate transaction or proceeding such as a merger, financing, acquisition, bankruptcy, dissolution, or at transfer, divestiture, or sale of all or a portion of business or assets.
  1. How Do We Use the Personal Information We Collect?

As part of operating our business, we undertake a multitude of operations that require the processing of personal information. We collect, combine, and analyze the personal information we collect to:

·      fulfill your requests for information;

·      facilitating purchase transactions for products and services;

·      providing top-level customer support;

·      engaging in quality control in order to improve our offerings to you;

·      conduct marketing and promotions;

·      engage in content-based or interest-based advertising,

·      ensuring the safety and security of our employees and visitors to our online properties;

·      to prevent, detect, and investigate fraud, cyber incidents, or illegal activity;

·      communicating with you and others in relation to your use of our services, including providing policy updates;

·      administering our record-keeping for legal, tax, and operational purposes;

·      exploring new and unique ways to provide products and services;

Our commercial purposes are to advance our commercial interests, including for advertising and marketing. We keep your personal information in identifiable form for as long as is reasonably necessary to fulfill the purposes for which we collected it and to comply with our legal obligations. This generally means holding your personal information for as long as one of the following apply:

·      your personal information is reasonably required in order to provide the services you have requested to you;

·      your personal information is reasonably required in order to protect and defend our rights or property (this will generally be the length of the relevant legal limitation period); or

·      we are otherwise required to keep your personal information by applicable laws or regulations.

Data Aggregation and De-Identification

We or third parties we permit may aggregate and de-identify data it collects so that it can either no longer be directly associated with a natural person or cannot be associated with a natural person at all. We may then use such data for its business purposes including the provision of interest-based advertising and reporting. We may share aggregated and de-identified data with our affiliates and third parties, including with our advertising partners.

4.     Sharing of Your Personal Information.

We may disclose information about you:

·      With Our Service Providers: We contract with companies who provide services to us to support our business operations including advertising networks, data analytics providers, operating systems and platforms, government entities, social networks, as well as billing, collections, tech, customer and operational support providers.

·      Authorized Disclosures: We share your personal information with companies or other organizations where you have asked us to or agreed that we may share your personal information with them;

·      Our Sales Partners: Our resellers and referral partners may receive information in order to facilitate a sales transaction (we consider this a business-to-business transaction).

·      Our Professional Advisors.

·      Legal Authorities: Any law enforcement agency, court, regulator, government authority or other third parties where we believe this is necessary to comply with a legal or regulatory obligation, or otherwise to protect our rights, the rights of any third party or individuals’ personal safety, or to detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or safety issues; or

·      Successors: Any third party that purchases, or to which we transfer, all or substantially all of our assets and business. Should such a sale or transfer occur, we will use reasonable efforts to try to ensure that the entity to which we transfer your personal information uses it in a manner that is consistent with this Policy.

We may disclose personal information in the following circumstances: (1) to comply with an applicable federal, state, or local law; (2) to comply with a civil, criminal, or regulatory inquiry, investigation, subpoena, or summons by federal, state, or local authorities; (3) to cooperate with law enforcement agencies concerning conduct or activity that web reasonably and in good faith believes may violate federal, state, or local law; (4) to exercise and defend legal claims; (5) when such disclosure is pursuant necessary to protect the rights and freedoms of other individuals; (6) as part of a merger, acquisition, bankruptcy, or other transaction in which the third party assumes control of all or part of our business; and (7) in any other manner permitted by law, including engaging in protected speech.


Links to web sites that are not operated by or for us (“Third-Party Sites”) are provided solely as a convenience to you. If you use these links, you will leave our website. This Policy does not apply to Third-Party Sites. We have not reviewed the Third-Party sites, do not control and are not responsible for any of their content or their privacy policies, if any. We do not endorse or make any representations about them, or any information, software or other products or materials found there, or any results that may be obtained from using them. If you decide to access any of the Third-Party Sites listed on or linked to from our website, you should understand that you do so at your own risk.

5.     Your Choices and Opting Out of Interest-Based Advertising and Analytics.

If you want to limit the data that we or others collect about you through this Website and want us to not target ads that are based on your interests to your browsers or devices, you may opt-out from tracking and tailored advertising at any time through one of the ways described below. If you opt-out, you will still see ads, but those ads are less likely to have anything to do with products or services you care about. With tailored advertising, you receive ads and offers that are more likely to be useful to you. Please note, if you use multiple browsers or devices you must opt-out from each browser and device individually.

·      Use Browser Setting to Block Cookies: You can use your web browser to directly block all cookies, or just third-party cookies, through your browser settings. Using your browser settings to block all cookies, including strictly necessary ones, may interfere with proper site operation.  Guidance on how to control cookies in popular browsers is contained here:

·      Using Advertising Industry Tools: You can opt-out of interest-based targeting provided by participating ad servers through the following:

·      Mobile Device Opt-Out: To opt-out of receiving interest-based ads that are based on your behavior across different mobile applications, please follow instructions for iOS and Android devices. For iOS 7 or Higher: Go to your Settings > Select Privacy > Select Advertising > Enable the “Limit Ad Tracking” setting. For Android devices with OS 2.2 or higher and Google Play Services version 4.0 or higher: Open your Google Settings app > Select Ads > Enable “Opt-out of interest-based advertising”.

6.     Security

We are committed to protecting the security of any personal information you provide. We implement appropriate technical and organizational measures to safeguard personal data in our possession against being accidentally lost, used, or accessed in an unauthorized way, altered, or disclosed. No transmission of data over the Internet, however, is guaranteed to be completely secure. While we strive to protect your personal data, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any data you transmit to us or that we collect about you. We have procedures in place to address any suspected personal data breach, and if we are required by law, we will notify you of any such breach.

7.     International Data Transfers

For users located outside the jurisdiction of the United States, IntraEdge and its operating company are in the United States. Information we collect from you will be processed in the United States, and by using this Website you acknowledge and consent to the processing of your data in the United States. The United States has not received a finding of “adequacy” from the European Union under Article 41 of the GDPR. We collect and transfers to the U.S. personal data only with your consent; to perform a contract with you; or to fulfill a compelling legitimate interest of ours in a manner that does not outweigh your rights and freedoms. When we transfer your personal information to other countries, we will protect that data as described in this Policy and take steps, where necessary, to ensure that international transfers comply with applicable laws.

8.     Children’s Privacy

We are committed to complying with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and the California Consumer Privacy Act. Our website and services are not directed to children under the age of 16. We do not knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of 16. If we receive personal information that we discover was provided by a child under the age of 16, we will promptly destroy such information. Parents are encouraged to supervise their children’s online activities and consider the use of other means to provide a child-friendly online environment. Additional information is available on the Direct Marketing Association’s home page at If you would like to learn more about COPPA, visit the Federal Trade Commission home page at

9.     California Residents

Please review the “California Privacy Rights Notice” attachment, below, which is incorporated as part of this Policy for California residents only.

10.  EU Data Subject: Our Legal Basis and Your Rights

We provide the representations and information in this section in compliance with European privacy laws, in particular the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). If you are a visitor from the European Territories (including the European Economic Area, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom), our legal basis for collecting and using the personal data described above will depend on the personal information concerned and the specific context in which we collect it.

We will normally collect personal data from you where the processing is in our legitimate interests. In some cases, we may collect, and process personal data based on consent.

EU data subjects have certain rights with respect to your personal data that we collect and process. We respond to all requests we receive from individuals in the EEA wishing to exercise their data protection rights in accordance with applicable data protection laws.

·      Access, Correction or Deletion. You may request access to, correction of, or deletion of your personal data. You can often go directly into the Service under Account Settings to take these actions.

Please note that even if you request for your personal data to be deleted, certain aspects may be retained for us to: meet our legal or regulatory compliance (e.g. maintaining records of transactions you have made with us); exercise, establish or defend legal claims; and to protect against fraudulent or abusive activity on our Service.

·      Objection. You may object to the processing of your personal data where we are relying on a legitimate interest (or those of a third party) and there is something about your particular situation which makes you want to object to processing on this ground as you feel it impacts on your fundamental rights and freedoms. You also have the right to object where we are processing your personal data for direct marketing purposes and may do so using the options provided in this Policy. In some cases, we may demonstrate that we have compelling legitimate grounds to process your information which overrides your rights and freedoms.

·      Restriction. You have the right to ask us to suspend the processing of your personal data in the following scenarios: (a) if you want us to establish the data’s accuracy; (b) where our use of the data is unlawful but you do not want us to erase it; (c) where you need us to hold the data even if we no longer require it as you need it to establish, exercise or defend legal claims; or (d) you have objected to our use of your data but we need to verify whether we have overriding legitimate grounds to use it.

·      Portability. You have the right to request the transfer of your personal data to you or to a third party. We will provide to you, or a third party you have chosen, your personal data in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable format. Note that this right only applies to automated information which you initially provided consent for us to use or where we used the information to perform a contract with you.

·      Withdraw Consent. If we have collected and processed your personal data with your consent, you can withdraw your consent at any time. Withdrawing your consent will not affect the lawfulness of any processing we conducted prior to your withdrawal, nor will it affect the processing of your personal data conducted in reliance on lawful processing grounds other than consent.

·      File a complaint. You have the right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority about our collection and processing of your personal data. To file a request or act on one of your rights, please contact us at the contact details provided below. You will not have to pay a fee to access your personal data (or to exercise any of the other rights). However, we may charge a reasonable fee if your request is clearly unfounded, repetitive or excessive. Alternatively, we may refuse to comply with your request in these circumstances.

To submit a request regarding your European Privacy Rights, please visit our Privacy Portal. We may need to request specific information from you to help us confirm your identity and ensure your right to access your personal data (or to exercise any of your other rights). This is a security measure to ensure that personal data is not disclosed to any person who has no right to receive it. We may also contact you to ask you for further information in relation to your request to speed up our response. We try to respond to all legitimate requests within one month. Occasionally it may take us longer than a month if your request is particularly complex or you have made several requests. In this case, we will notify you and keep you updated.

11.  Agreement and Changes

By submitting your personal information on or through our website, you agree to the collection and use of your personal information on the basis described above. If you do not agree, please do not provide any personal information via our website. If we decide to update our Privacy Policy, we will indicate this next to the Privacy Policy link on the front page of our Site. If there are material changes to the Privacy Policy, we will prominently post and/or communicate such changes prior to implementing them.  Information collected under previous versions of our Privacy Policy will then become subject to the terms of our new Privacy Policy.

12.   Contact Us

If you have any questions, please contact us by any of the following means:

By Email:

By Post:

Privacy Compliance

IntraEdge, Inc.

5660 W. Chandler Blvd., Suite 1

Chandler, AZ 85226

Information for California Residents Only

This section supplements the information contained in the Truyo Website and Services Privacy Policy and applies solely to visitors, users, and others who are residents of the State of California. This section describes your rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”). Any terms defined in the CCPA have the same meaning as when used herein.

What is the CCPA?

The CCPA is a California law that provides California residents certain rights to their personal information. You can read the CCPA here:

California residents, called “consumers” in the CCPA, have the following rights:

  • The right to request that we disclose certain information to you about our collection and use of personal information over the past 12 months.
  • The right to request that we delete any of your personal information that we collect from you and retained, subject to certain exceptions.
  • The right to opt-out of the sale of personal information by us.
  • The right not to receive discriminatory treatment by us for exercising the privacy rights conferred by the CCPA.

We will explain more about how to exercise these rights below.

When we talk about “personal information” under the CCPA, we mean information that identifies, relates to, describes, is reasonably capable of being associated with, or could reasonably be linked to, directly or indirectly, a particular consumer or household. Personal information does not include publicly available information or information that is de-identified or aggregate consumer information.  The CCPA does not apply to personal information covered by certain sector-specific privacy laws, including the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FRCA), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), or the California Financial Information Privacy Act (FIPA), and the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act of 1994. It also doesn’t apply to health or medical information covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and the California Confidentiality of Medical Information Act (CMIA) or clinical trial data.

Information We Have Collected About Consumers in the Preceding 12 Months

The following chart sets out the CCPA categories of personal information we have collected from consumers within the last twelve (12) months.

IdentifiersName, IP address, email address, cookie string data, pseudonymous data (e.g. hashed emails), operating system, device type, mobile device’s identifier, and other unique identifier that may be assigned to any device by third parties and cross-referenced to recognize a device.Consumer, advertising networks, internet service providers, data analytics providers, operating systems and platforms, social networks, business operation service providers.Yes.
Personal information listed in the California Customer Records statute (Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.80(e))Name, signature, social security number, physical characteristics or description, address, telephone number, passport number, driver’s license or state identification card number, insurance policy number, education, employment, employment history, bank account number, credit card number, debit card number, or any other financial information, medical information, or health insurance informationConsumers, business operation service providers.Yes*Most information collected is business information.
Protected classification characteristics under California or federal lawAge (40 years or older), race, color, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, religion or creed, marital status, medical condition, physical or mental disability, sex (including gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy or childbirth and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, veteran or military status, genetic information (including familial genetic information).Consumer, data analytics providers, social networks, business operation service providers.Yes.
Commercial informationRecords of personal property, products or services purchased, obtained, or considered, or other purchasing or consuming histories or tendencies.Consumer, data analytics providers, operating systems and platforms, business operation service providers.Yes.
Biometric informationGenetic, physiological, behavioral, and biological characteristics, or activity patterns used to extract a template or other identifier or identifying information, such as, fingerprints, faceprints, and voiceprints, iris or retina scans, keystroke, gait, or other physical patterns, and sleep, health, or exercise data.No.
Internet or other similar network activityBrowsing history, search history, information on a consumer’s interaction with a website, application, or advertisement.Consumer, advertising networks, internet service providers, data analytics providers, operating systems and platforms, business operation service providers.Yes
Geolocation dataNo.
Sensory dataAudio, electronic, visual, thermal, olfactory, or similar information.No.
Professional or employment-related informationCurrent or past job history or performance evaluations.Consumer, social networks.Yes.
Non-public education information (per the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (20 U.S.C. Section 1232g, 34 C.F.R Part 99))Education records directly related to a student maintained by an educational institution or party acting on its behalf, such as grades, transcripts, class lists, student schedules, student identification codes, student financial information, or student disciplinary records.No.
Inferences drawn from other personal informationProfile reflecting a person’s preferences, characteristics, psychological trends, predispositions, behavior, attitudes, intelligence, abilities, and aptitudes.Third party data providers.Yes.

The Purposes for Which Personal Information is Collected

We may collect the personal information we collect for one or more of the following business purposes:

  • To fulfill or meet the reason you provided the information. For example, if you share your name and contact information to request a price quote or ask a question about our products or services, we will use that personal information to respond to your inquiry. If you provide your personal information to purchase a product or service, we will use that information to process your payment and facilitate delivery. We may also save your information to facilitate new product orders or process returns.
  • To provide, support, personalize, and develop our Website, products, and services.
  • To create, maintain, customize, and secure your account with us.
  • To process your requests, purchases, transactions, and payments and prevent transactional fraud.
  • To provide you with support and to respond to your inquiries, including to investigate and address your concerns and monitor and improve our responses.
  • To personalize your Website experience and to deliver content and product and service offerings relevant to your interests, including targeted offers and ads through our Website, third-party sites, and via email or text message (with your consent, where required by law).
  • To help maintain the safety, security, and integrity of our Website, products and services, databases and other technology assets, and business.
  • For testing, research, analysis, and product development, including to develop and improve our Website, products, and services.
  • To respond to law enforcement requests and as required by applicable law, court order, or governmental regulations.
  • As described to you when collecting your personal information or as otherwise set forth in the CCPA.
  • To evaluate or conduct a merger, divestiture, restructuring, reorganization, dissolution, or other sale or transfer of some or all of our assets, whether as a going concern or as part of bankruptcy, liquidation, or similar proceeding, in which personal information held by us about our Website users is among the assets transferred.

Sharing Personal Information

We may disclose your personal information to a third party for a business purpose or commercial purpose (including selling) (as set out above). This includes:

  • Identifiers
  • California Customer Records personal information categories.
  • Protected classification characteristics under California or federal law.
  • Commercial information.
  • Internet or similar network activity.
  • Professional or employment-related information.
  • Inferences drawn from other personal information.

Sale of Your Personal Information.

The CCPA defines a “sale” of personal information as the disclosure, sharing, or making available of a consumer’s personal information by a business to another business or third party for monetary or other valuable consideration.  It is not a sale if a consumer uses or directs the business to intentionally disclose personal information or uses the business to intentionally interact with a third party.

You have the right to instruct us to stop the kind of sharing that the CCPA treats as “sales” and not to engage in that kind of sharing in the future unless you choose to allow it. Please be aware there may be circumstances where we can share information with others even if you instruct us to stop “selling” your personal information, as permitted under the CCPA. For example, we may still be able to share information with our service providers so that they can provide services to us. In addition, your instruction to stop “selling” your personal information will not affect sharing that occurred before you gave us the instruction.

IntraEdge does not monetize your personal information; We share certain information about your device and interaction with our Website to enhance your experience with us and to engage in the legitimate business purpose of advertising and marketing.  The Your Choices and Opting Out of Interest-Based Advertising and Analytics section of our Policy describes how you can opt-out of sharing of your data for advertising and analytics purposes.

You may opt-out of the sale of your personal information by clicking here: Do Not Sell My Personal Information. IntraEdge does not have actual knowledge that it sells the personal information of minors under the age of 16.

Exercising Your California Privacy Rights

Only you, or someone legally authorized to act on your behalf, may make a verifiable consumer request related to your personal information. You may also make a verifiable consumer request on behalf of your minor child. Agents must submit proof that they have been authorized by the consumer to act on their behalf. Making a verifiable consumer request does not require you to create an account with us. We will only use personal information provided in a verifiable consumer request to verify the requestor’s identity or authority to make the request.

We verify requests by sending a confirmation email to the requestor and by matching the identifying information provided by the consumer to the personal information already maintained by us. We cannot respond to your request or provide you with personal information if we cannot: (i) verify your identity or authority to make the request; and (ii) confirm the personal information relates to you. If we are unable to verify the identity of a consumer to enough degree of certainty, we will deny the request and explain the reason for the denial.

Exercising Access, Data Portability, and Deletion Rights

You may only make a verifiable request for access or data portability twice within a 12-month period. To exercise the access, data portability, and deletion rights described above, please submit a request to us using our Privacy Portal.

Other California Privacy Rights

In addition to the CCPA, the California Civil Code permits California residents with whom we have an established business relationship to request that we provide you with a list of certain categories of personal information that we have disclosed to third parties for their direct marketing purposes during the preceding calendar year. To make such a request, please contact us and mention that you are making a “California Shine the Light” inquiry.

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Former Rialto Police Dispatcher Dies of Brain Cancer

Early on December 29th Barbara Conlee Anderson died from her battle with Brain Cancer. She had been battling Brain Cancer since May.

Barbara was the wife of former Police K9 handler Glen Anderson and was one of many husband and wife duos that worked in Law Enforcement together. Many Rialto & Fontana residents didn’t know the name of that steady voice on the other line of their call with Police Dispatch. Those of us who knew this strong yet sweet woman knew her voice the minute she jumped on the line.

More than just a dedicated public safety worker she was also a mother to two beautiful & driven young ladies. She and her husband Glen worked with other law enforcement couples to help them maneuver through life in the law enforcement field. Barbara a strong Christian woman always went back to her faith when life got tough yet protected her family like a mother bear defending her cubs.

Former officer and friend Mark Render posted this about Barbara’s passing:

“Please read. I don’t post much and never ask for anything. This is one of my best friends and an amazing family. She fought an amazing fight to cancer.
I ask everyone to please not only give even if it’s a little but to also share to everyone you know.
This is a hard working family that has given so much to others that needs our help now. He is too proud to ask so I will do it for him.
I love you Barbara Conlee Anderson. The world will miss you. Rest easy.”

Personally Barbara and her family were there for me through times where the city attacked me and when I was diagnosed with cancer she and Glen were there for me and my family when I was fighting Cancer too. This amazing family lost an amazing lady and our hearts and prayers go out her Glen and their girls.

Her daughters have started a Go Fund Me account to help out with funeral expenses if you are interested in giving to that effort you can click here.


Miguel’s Jr. Opens April 23rd

The wait is over after many years of being told a Miguel’s Jr was coming to Rialto only to find out the opposite. Now Rialto has a Miguel’s Jr and the newest addition to the Renaissance development will open up to serve the greater Rialto Area. Besides amazing food Miguels Jr is one of the last family owned businesses.

The original owners are still involved with the company and the children make up the top levels of the company. The company still uses the same cheese provider and has their hand stretched tortillas made without GUM a chemical additive that makes tortillas more elastic.

This isn’t their Grand Opening which will take place on May 2nd


Rialto Lights Up The Night and Kicks Off The Holiday Season

On December 8th the City of Rialto will light up the night and kick off the holiday season all at once in 2018.

The Tree Lighting ceremony is normally held one night and the following day is the Holiday Parade and Vendor Fair. This year all three events will happen in the course of 3 hours.

According to staff at the Recreation office the Parade will begin at 6pm followed by the Tree Lighting event with Santa and Mrs Claus which will lead into the vendor fair and kick off the opening of the Holiday Ice Skating Rink!!!!

Here is all the information:

Holiday Parade & Tree Lighting Ceremony
Saturday, December 8th • 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
Downtown Rialto
For more information, call (909) 421-4949
Join Us as We Kick Off the Holiday Season with Mr. & Mrs. Claus!
Vendor Fair • Live Entertainment • Winter Crafts • Photos with Santa
Get ready to light up the night with your floats!
Parade Begins at 6:00pm
(Starting at Riverside Ave. & Rialto Ave.)
Please bring an item for our canned food and toy drive to benefit Rialto Child Assistance and Hearts to Share
For more information, call (909) 421-4949

Win $25 Coffee Bean Gift Card For Christmas

We are giving away gift cards for the holidays to some of the cool places that have come to Rialto.

1st on deck is Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf the tenant that has occupied the open lot across from In & Out Burger.

Comment on this post what kind of coffee or tea is your favorite

Use a REAL email address when setting up your comment (email addresses won’t be made public and will be used to contact the winner only)

Winner will be picked on December 8th!!!!


Holiday Farmers Bucks Distribution Event

Come out December 5th for the Holiday Farmers Bucks Distribution event. You must be a Rialto Resident to get a free coupon book (1 per household while supplies last) to be used at the Farmer’s Market. There will be information booths, music, raffles, and more. Contact the Rialto City Clerk’s Office for more information at (909) 820-2519


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