Delete your data from internet browsers. It's fast and completely free.
Pick from our list of browsers, like Chrome and Safari, and easily send them deletion requests.
It's quick, simple and free.
Why should I delete my data from my browser?
You should delete your data from your browser because the information that they typically track and share is personal, and what happens to your data should be up to you.
Personal data that web browsers typically store:
- Internet history
- Tastes and habits
- Name & geolocation
- Contact details
- Cookies & IP address
- Credit and debit card details
- Economic, social and cultural information
The internet has quickly become a part of life that many of us can't live without. It's our way of connecting with friends and family, working, shopping and so much more.
As a result, our web browsers record, store and often share all of the information they glean about us from what we do online. Unfortunately, the rules around what companies can do with this simply haven't kept up with the technology.
That's where we come in. If you want to delete your search history, cookie information and more from your browser, you can send a request in under four minutes. Data made simple.
Personal data is any information that can directly or indirectly identify you as you. Think address, beliefs, and financial records.
How do I tell my web browser to delete my personal data?
The easiest way to delete all of your information in one go is by sending a request through Rightly. Just pick from our list of web browsers and send a deletion request.
You can also do this manually, which you can read more about in our blog.
How long until a the company responds to my request?
After the company has received your request, they have to reply in full within 30 days, or give a valid reason for asking for an extension. If this happens, our support team is here to help!
What if they don't respond?
Don't worry - they have to respond by law. You can ask any organisation to delete your personal data, thanks to your ‘right to erasure’ under GDPR law. GDPR applies in the UK and EU.
What if I've said that they can use my data in the past?
If you agreed to an organisation using your data but you’ve changed your mind, don’t worry! You can still ask them to delete your data.
What if I’m not sure if they have my data?
You can still ask them. If they don’t have it, they have to let you know.
Our mission is to make data fairer, for everyone. You can read more about who we are here.
All of our services operate on a not-for-profit basis. This means there are no adverts or hidden costs. It also means that we’ll never, ever sell your data.
Still have questions?
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