Q: Can I force Sony to delete my personal data in messages on their system?
The PlayStation messenger system does not have a means to delete already sent messages. PlayStation support refused to delete my messages containing personal data during a chat request. Their EULA/privacy documentation seems vague and doesn't quite explain this as far as I could understand it, and regardless, are there not laws in California that overrule this corporate policy sidestep? What recourse do I have to ensure my messages are removed? Their support team indicated there is a way for engineering to do so, but refused to process my request and use that method.
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