Privacy Policy

Read our summary of's Privacy Policy.


  • Your personal information may be collected, used, and shared, including for marketing purposes and as part of Thomson Reuters' services.
  • Personal information is collected from various sources, including direct interactions, third parties, and automatically through technology.
  • You have certain rights over your personal information, such as access and deletion, depending on your jurisdiction.
  • Sensitive personal information may be collected and processed, which includes financial, health, and demographic data.
  • Thomson Reuters uses cookies and other tracking technologies for various purposes, including personalizing your experience and interest-based advertising.
  • Personal information may be transferred internationally, which could mean less protection than in your home country.
  • Technical and organizational measures are taken to protect personal information, although absolute security cannot be guaranteed.
  • Thomson Reuters retains personal information according to a retention schedule, which varies by service and legal requirements.
  • Thomson Reuters may not respond to "Do Not Track" signals in web browsers.
  • California residents have additional rights under CCPA/CPRA, including opting out of the sale or sharing of personal information.

Things to watch out for

  • Personal information may be shared or sold to third parties, which could impact your privacy.
  • International transfers of personal information might expose you to different privacy protections.
  • Tracking technologies are extensively used, and opting out may not disable all forms of tracking.

AI recommendations

When engaging with Thomson Reuters services, it's crucial to be aware of the extent of personal information collection and sharing. If privacy is a significant concern for you, especially regarding sensitive information, you should review the privacy settings and opt-out options provided. For California residents, taking advantage of the CCPA/CPRA rights can offer more control over personal data. Always be cautious with the permissions you grant, particularly around data sharing and international transfers, as this could affect the protections applied to your information.


How can I control the use of my personal information by Thomson Reuters?

You can exercise your rights to access, correct, delete, or limit the use of your personal information through the Data Subject Rights Portal or by contacting Thomson Reuters directly. Additionally, you can manage cookies and opt-out of interest-based advertising through your browser settings or specific opt-out tools.

What happens to my personal information if I'm located outside the United States?

Your personal information may be transferred to and processed in countries with different privacy protections. Thomson Reuters takes measures to protect your information, but international laws may not offer the same level of protection as your home country.

Can I opt out of the sale or sharing of my personal information?

Yes, particularly if you are a California resident, you have the right to opt out of the sale or sharing of your personal information under the CCPA/CPRA. Thomson Reuters provides a "Do Not Sell or Share My Personal Information" link for this purpose.

(Last updated: 09th December, 2023)

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