Get your data back from the hands of Big Tech.

Check which companies have your data and restrict their access if necessary.

You give data, they monetize it

Choose a service you no longer use and reclaim your data

Check where your data lies

Get a list of companies using your data.

See how they use it

Check what personal data companies use without you knowing it.

Restrict their access

Request a removal report to the services you are not using anymore.

"My data is safe." But is it?

The exposed data is vulnerable to data breaches where hundreds of millions of people lose their personal data. This includes their:

  • phone numbers
  • Facebook IDs
  • locations
  • birth dates
  • biographies
  • email addresses
  • bank accounts

Don't let them profit at your expense

You can ask any company to delete any information they have about you and they must delete it within 30 days, including information about:

  • Purpose of processing the personal data.
  • Third parties with whom the organization shares it.
  • Categories of personal data the organization processes.
  • Duration of data retention or how long the organization will retain the data.
  • Information about automated decision making (including profiling – economic, social and cultural information)

Should they really have access to that much information?

Facebook is still the biggest data collector of them all. The company collects 70% of the personal data it is allowed to collect. Some other apps that know the most about you (by data collected):

  • Facebook: 70%
  • Instagram: 58%
  • Tinder: 56%
  • Grindr: 53%
  • Uber: 53%
  • Strava: 41
  • Spotify: 35%
  • MyFitnessPal: 35%
Arguing that you don't care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don't care about free speech because you have nothing to say.
Edward Snowden
Computer security consultant

Get your data restricted or deleted.

Request a free report on what else companies know about you.