Responses

Yes. You can review and control information through Google Dashboard and the Data Liberation Front. Google states “where we can provide information access and correction, we will do so for free, except where it would require a disproportionate effort.”

Yes. Parents and users who have parental consent can request access to their personally identifiable information.

Yes. You can access most of you personal data stored by Facebook by logging into your account and viewing your timeline and activity log.

You can also download a copy of your Facebook data in an expanded archive through a link that’s provided on Facebook’s website.

No. Flickr only mentions: “you can edit our Yahoo! Account Information… at any time.”

Sort of. Your password, phone, email can be updated through user settings page.

Yes. You can review and control information through Google Dashboard and the Data Liberation Front. Google states “where we can provide information access and correction, we will do so for free, except where it would require a disproportionate effort.”

Yes. You can update your account at any time by logging in and changing my profile settings.

Yes. You can review the personal information you’ve provided to LinkedIn and make any desired changes to the information you’ve publish at any time by logging into their account.

No.

Yes. After registration for Meetup and for specific topic groups, the company provides a way to update your PII.

Yes. Reasonable steps can taken to correct any PII that is discovered to be incorrect. This is done through Edit Profile and Account Settings.

Yes. “Nexopia permits requests for access to and review of Personal Information collected by Nexopia about an individual by the individual concerned.”

Yes. “Apple makes good faith efforts to provide users access to personal information.”

Yes. “Access and change information in your profile page at any time”.

Sort of. “Applicable Privacy Laws allow any individual the right to access and/or request the correction of errors or omissions in his or her personal information that is in our custody or under our control.” For security purposes, not all PI is accessible and or can be changed by the Privacy Officer.

No.

Sort of. Registered users can access and delete most information associated with their account by logging into the services and checking account settings page. California residents can request a copy of PII that is shared with affiliates and/or third parties.

Yes. Registered users are provided with tools and account settings to access or modify the PII they provided to Twitter and associated with their account.

No.

No.

No.

Sort of. California Residents have the right, under Californian law, to request certain information regarding the disclosure of PII to third parties.

Yes. You can review and control information through Google Dashboard and the Data Liberation Front. Google states “where we can provide information access and correction, we will do so for free, except where it would require a disproportionate effort.”

Yes. “Users in certain jurisdictions have a right to access personal information held about themselves. Your right of access can be exercised in accordance with applicable law.”