Take back control of your privacy
Hundreds of companies are collecting your personal data -- but you can stop them.
The Privacy Problem
Bit by bit, you’ve lost control of your personal data.
Everything you do online -- every website you visit, every ad you click, every app you download -- leaves a trail of your personal info behind.See Who Has Your Data
What’s worse, companies aren’t just collecting that data for themselves -- they’re selling it to other companies, too, spreading your personal information far and wide across the internet.
It doesn’t have to be that way!Take back control now
How it works
Confidently's platform makes it easy for you to manage your online privacy and take back control of your personal data.
"Managing your online privacy can be really complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. Confidently does all the hard work for me. They already cleaned up my data from dozens of companies, and they’re stopping more and more businesses from selling my info every month. I’m glad Confidently is on my side."
Emily Houston, TX
User Name CITY, STATE
What's In It For You
Confidently’s platform makes it easy for you manage your online privacy and take back control of your personal data.
Peace of Mind
Confidently will get to work right away cleaning up your private data quickly and efficiently.
Confidently will automate the process, and save you countless hours, by dealing directly with companies that collect your private data.
Confidently will constantly monitor and protect your privacy in the background, 24x7.
Confidently will protect your personal data from more & more companies every month, for as long as you wish, to stay ahead of new threats.
WHAT TO KNOW MORE?
Confidently monitors your privacy across 150+ businesses -- stopping your data from being sold and/or deleting you from those companies selling your info. To see a full list of companies we support, click here.
Under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), consumers have the right to make a number of privacy requests -- including Do-Not-Sell and Delete requests. When you make a Do-Not-Sell request (also known as a request to opt-out of data sales), companies must stop selling your personal data to other companies. When you make a Delete request, after companies validate the request as authentic, they must delete your data from their systems -- with a few specific exceptions.
For more information, please visit the California Attorney General's CCPA website.
You can subscribe to Confidently from any state in the U.S. However, thanks to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), California residents are guaranteed stronger privacy protections than people in many other states.
Companies are required to process the Delete and Do-Not-Sell requests we send them on behalf of Californians. They are not required to process the Delete and Do-Not-Sell requests made by residents of other states. However, more and more companies are accepting the California standard. In the coming months, we believe more and more states (and likely the federal government) will pass legislation similar to the CCPA, guaranteeing the same essential privacy rights for all Americans.
No, we don’t need any of your passwords to protect your privacy.
When you subscribe to Confidently, you'll get a 30-day free trial to test out the service for yourself. After those 30 days, Confidently costs just $10/month to continue protecting your privacy.
When you subscribe to Confidently, we’ll monitor your privacy across 150+ businesses -- and clean up your personal information (stopping your data from being sold and/or deleting it) from those companies selling your info. We’ll follow-up with those companies on your behalf to make sure they comply. We’ll expand your coverage to new companies every month. And we’ll alert you to privacy issues that require your attention.
In short, Confidently will help you manage your privacy and take back control of your personal data, all across the internet, for as long as you subscribe to our service.
Right now, the CCPA guarantees privacy rights to consumers, not businesses. So our privacy services are geared toward individual consumers.