Don’t sell my data! Now there’s a law for that

 

Source: Geoffrey Fowler, Washington Post ( Paid Registration )

America’s first broad data privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act, went into effect Jan. 1.  Now the CCPA gives you the power to say cut it out.

Some of the biggest businesses, including Netflix, Microsoft, Starbucks and UPS, are extending CCPA rights to all Americans rather than just Californians.

The list below includes many of the companies where I’ve submitted CCPA requests, with the best links I could find to exercise the rights to opt out of sale, access and delete data.

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