Your Right to Request Deletion

You have the right to request that we delete your Personal Information that we have collected from you.
 
The vast majority of information we collect is exempt from CCPA because, as explained in the Overview, CCPA does not apply to information governed by the federal Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) as well as other state and federal regulations like HIPAA. However, we will follow CCPA requirements to fulfill our obligations regarding Personal Information about a consumer that is not governed by GLBA or other exempted regulations.
 
Additionally, the CCPA has legal exceptions that must be considered prior to our fulfilling a deletion request. We may deny all or part of your deletion request due to these exceptions, which include the following examples: the information is necessary to complete a transaction, to provide the goods or services you request; security and investigative purposes; to comply with law enforcement requests; and to fulfill our contract with you or another customer. For a more complete list of reasons a deletion request can be denied, please see the Deletion Exceptions section of our California Privacy Policy.
 
Please note that a Right to Delete request must be verifiable. We will not delete information about any individual without first verifying the identity of the person making the request and ensure that person is within their rights to make the request. We will also verify the identity of the subject of the request if that individual is not the requestor.
 
You can submit a request to delete your Personal Information by going to the Exercise My Rights page.
 
Last updated on October 6, 2020