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The California Consumer Privacy Act went into effect on January 1, 2020. We have updated our privacy FAQ to answer the following questions about our compliance with the CCPA:
- Does npm comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act?
- How can I access data about me?
- How can I change or erase data about me?
- Does the right to be forgotten cover unpublishing packages?
- How does npm notify others about published data that’s been erased?
- Does npm make automated decisions based on data about me?
- Does npm share data about me with others?
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