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PayPal Europe stores a lot of transaction data including personal
information indefinitely, when one party of of a transaction isn't a
"When a registered PayPal user either sends a payment to, or requests a
payment from, an individual who is not a registered PayPal user, we will
retain the information that the registered PayPal user submits to us,
including, for example, the other party's email address, Skype ID (if
applicable), phone number and/or name, for the benefit of the registered
PayPal user who is attempting to contact the other party, so that the
registered PayPal user can see a complete record of his or her
transactions, including uncompleted transactions. Although this
information is stored indefinitely, we will not market to the
non-registered person in any way at any time."
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declined: This is not the same, since this only happens when someone else is trying to invite you onto PayPal. Compare that to for instance Facebook, who create shadow accounts for non-users when they visit a website that contains a Like button.
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Previous Title: PayPal (Europe) S.à.r.l. et Cie
Updated Title: They store data on you even if you did not interact with the service
Previous Analysis: PayPal (Europe) S.à.r.l. et Cie
Updated Analysis: Some services store data on you even if you did not provide that data yourself. For example, users might provide access to their address book, after which a service might also store the phone numbers of that person's contacts.
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