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No. Under “Information you share” heading, Google states: “Our services provide you with different options on sharing and removing your content.” Also under the “Information we share” heading, Google states that opt-in consent is required for the sharing of any sensitive personal information.

Yes. You can contact the site to have your PII deleted or to request that they no longer keep my information.

Yes. If you am uncomfortable sharing my real name, you can always delete your account. Similarly, if you’re uncomfortable making your profile and cover photos public, I can delete them. If you are uncomfortable making your network public, you can leave the network.

Yes. You can edit your Yahoo! Account Information through link provided.

No. Not without deleting your account.

No. Under “Information you share” heading, Google states: “Our services provide you with different options on sharing and removing your content.” Also under the “Information we share” heading, Google states that opt-in consent is required for the sharing of any sensitive personal information.

No.

Yes. You can review/edit personal information through ‘personal profile page,’ control what information is made available to search engines through ‘public profile,’ control whether profile information is shared with third parties, and control whether LinkedIn uses your name and profile photo in social ads.

Yes. You can opt out of network advertising cookies of Network Advertising Initiative members. Link provided.

No.

Yes. “If you ask MySpace to stop using your PII, MySpace will honor that request while retaining any record of your PII that is necessary to comply with applicable federal, state or local law.”

Yes. You may change or remove any Profile Data by logging into your account and clicking on the “Profile” and “Preferences” tabs, except for username, age, sex, and location. The company suggests checking the Help menu of browser to configure browser to accept or reject cookies.

No.

Yes. Only by deleting your account.

Sort of. “You may notify us at any time that you wish to withdraw or change your consent to our use and disclosure of your information. We will accommodate your request subject to legal and contractual restrictions.”

No information available.

Yes. Tumblr provides instructions for turning off cookie feature on browser. Moreover, you are given an explicit choice regarding information about contacts. Finally, you can choose whether Tumblr can collect or store information related to your mobile device, such as your phone number.

Yes. You must authorize third party web clients or applications to access your Twitter account. You can delete imported address book contacts at any time through link provided on the company’s website. Finally, you can make information private through ‘settings’ link on Twitter’s website. 

No.

No. “Visitors can always refuse to supply personally-identifying information, with the caveat that it may prevent them from engaging in certain website-related activities.”

No. “Visitors can always refuse to supply personally-identifying information, with the caveat that it may prevent them from engaging in certain website-related activities.”

Yes. California Residents can opt out of having their personal information shared with third parties by contacting “Blizzard Entertainment Privacy Policy, Attn: Opt-Out Administrator” at mailing address or email provided. All users “may be given the opportunity to “opt-out” of certain features or functionality.”

No. Under “Information you share” heading, Google states: “Our services provide you with different options on sharing and removing your content.” Also under the “Information we share” heading, Google states that opt-in consent is required for the sharing of any sensitive personal information.

Yes. Zynga offers functionality that lets you opt-out of public indexing of your public profile information. Further, you can opt in to receive information from a third party.