Celebrating our 3rd Data Privacy Day — Confidently!

Today is Data Privacy Day, an annual opportunity for organizations and individuals around the globe to raise awareness about privacy and promote best practices for protecting your data.

This is the 3rd Data Privacy Day we’ve celebrated since founding Confidently. And there’s no better time to renew our commitment to helping consumers everywhere take back control of their personal data.

Thanks to the support of our customers, we’ve done so much over the past year:

In addition to executing hundreds of thousands of privacy requests for our customers, saving them thousands of hours of time, we’ve continued to add more features to our platform:

  • We launched a new Family Plan, making it easy for customers to add additional members of their household at a 50% discount.

  • We expanded our data breach monitoring service to not just notify customers about publicly disclosed breaches, but also to monitor deep into the nooks and crannies of the dark web (including hacker forums and shadowy marketplaces) to alert customers to more leaks of their personal data—and how to respond.

  • We recently launched a new feature to help people report spam calls and texts to the FTC, encouraging law enforcement to take action against spammers.

In the weeks ahead, we’ll be rolling out even more features as part of our core Confidently privacy subscription service, to help you better manage your personal data privacy across hundreds more companies, month after month.

So stay tuned—Confidently is just getting started!

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