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Data Deletion Requests
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- Verification: To protect your privacy and security, we may need to verify your identity before proceeding with your request.
- Processing Your Request: Once your identity is verified, we will process your request in accordance with applicable laws and our data retention policies. We will confirm once your data has been deleted or inform you if there are any legal reasons we are unable to fulfill your request.
- Exceptions: Please note that in certain cases, we might be required to retain some of your data for legal, tax, or other mandatory reasons. This requirement has yet to occur, but we reserve this right.
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Last update: December 12th, 2023