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How Many California Consumer Privacy Act Requests Did We Fulfill Last Year?

Published on July 01, 2021 and last updated on June 13, 2022

Updated: May 11, 2022


The table below details the number of requests we received requests from California residents under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in 2021. A request is received when a consumer or their agent submits a request through our online form or contact center. A request may be denied if the consumer submitted a request but did not complete steps to enable us to verify their identity, or their identity could not otherwise be verified. A request submitted by an authorized agent may be denied if the agent did not provide sufficient documentation to allow us to determine that the agent was authorized by the consumer to submit the request.

We take seriously the trust you place in us and the privacy of the information you share with us. We want to ensure that we provide your personal information to only you or a person you specifically authorize. Because of this, we only fulfill requests for access to or deletion of personal information when we can verify the identity or authorization of the requestor.

# Received# Delivered# Unable to be Fulfilled*Median Days to Respond
Requests to Access Personal Information3,1401,4341,70614
Requests to Delete Personal Information33317415913.5
Requests to Stop the Sale of Personal Information13,64813,633153

*This reflects the number of requests we were unable to fulfill due to the following reasons:

  • The requestor did not complete the necessary steps to verify their identity.
  • We were otherwise unable to verify the identity of the requestor.
  • An agent did not provide sufficient documentation to allow us to determine that they were authorized to make the request.
  • There was a valid exemption under the CCPA.