Many organizations collect and sell your personal data, often without your consent. This website makes it easy to get organizations to erase your data by automating the process of sending GDPR and CCPA erasure (right to be forgotten) requests.
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Search for an organization using the search box above. If the organization you are looking for is not on the list, you can still send it a request by providing a contact email.
Fill in your name and any additional information which may help the organization to identify you in their information systems (we do not keep this information).
Click the Send button to create an Erasure Request email addressed to the relevant person at the organization you selected. The email will open up in your email application where you can review, and then send it.
The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) require organizations to erase personal data upon request. Organizations have a short time period to comply, otherwise they can face steep fines.
We created this free service because we believe that privacy matters, and that exercising your right to privacy should be easy. We do not collect or sell personal data.
Your Digital Rights was created because we believe that privacy matters, and that exercising your right to privacy should be easy. That’s why we’ve made it free. Donations allow us to spend more time improving this service.
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