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How can individuals get an electronic record of the information you have about them?
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How can individuals direct you to transfer the information to another entity?
A reason for providing your information elsewhere would need to be provided, along with proof that you are you.
Every piece of personal data that you collect must be essential for the service that is being offered. If it is not clearly essential, like giving an email address to sign up for an online newsletter, you must explain why it is necessary.
J doesn't want your personal data. Please don't share anything you don't want me to have.
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J does not run a newsletter.
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J does not intend to send unsolicited email.
Even if they do delete their accounts, some personal information may need to be retained in your database.
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First written: March 11 2020
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