I have turned over SelectQuote’s customer records, given me while I was no longer working there, to the Secret Service. So, you won’t be receiving emails. I do still assert that California’s laws for disclosure of a data breach gave me a right to notify California citizens, at the least.
But arguing that the law was on my side and their side is not really a battle I wish to fight. Their position seems reasonable, and they were professional. Frankly, if it weren’t for Michelle Tan threatening to kill my daughter, I wouldn’t tread this far out on the ice.
I’m not going to lose my computers and face pretrial detention, just to send data breach notification emails. Beyond those emails, I see no reasonable right to that data anyway. While companies share your data all the time, in theory you normally have some inkling of this. Between lawyers, you probably let SelectQuote do whatever they want with your data, and they gave it to me.