The Daniel Anderl Judicial Security and Privacy Act and Similar Laws
Under the federal Daniel Anderl Judicial Security and Privacy Act and similar laws, certain individuals (such as judges and their family members) may have a right to make a request to have information about themselves and other covered individuals removed from our Directories and 411/Directory Assistance, and related licensing activity. To make such a request, please do the following:
- Please email us the request at email@example.com with your name and Verizon billing telephone number. So we can identify you as a customer and process the request, we need to call you at either your Verizon billing telephone number or the mobile telephone number (MTN) associated with the account, as long as the MTN was added at the time of service initiation, or 30 or more days ago. Please include which of those telephone numbers we should use to reach you.
- If you are not a Verizon wireline/landline telephone customer, Verizon may obtain your listing from another source. In addition to contacting Verizon, you may need to contact your own telephone company and ask for your listing to be non-published in their systems. Otherwise, after we remove your listing, your information may be re-sent to Verizon to include in its Directories and 411/Directory Assistance in the future.
Verizon reserves the right to request information to verify you are a covered individual under these laws. If you are not a covered individual under these laws, please call 1.800.Verizon to have your number non-published.