Using data available in state data broker registries, this report presents information on 540 unique registered data brokers and theirprivacy policies practices areas of possible noncompliance Read More
If you live in California, you have the right to ask a company to tell you what personal information it has about you, stop it from selling personal information, delete the information or allow you to download it.Read More
On January 1, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect giving all Californians new privacy rights. This highly-anticipated state law provides residents with the right toRead More
You can contact data brokers like MyLife directly to request that your information be removed, but there is no guarantee that you will succeed.Read More
Yes. Currently, no federal law gives you the right to prevent data brokers from collecting, sharing or publishing your personal information. You also don’t have the right to make most data brokers correct or delete inaccurate, incomplete or unverifiable information.