Just like how synapses are produced in the human brain, our presence is also formed in the internet world. The information on us scattered here and there all over the web. So, when you take a decision to delete your existence in the Cyber world, you will have to open every site and delete your account. Because the search engines like Google gathers information on you from social networking sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn.
What if you have accounts in several such websites and you don’t remember in which site you had created an account? To help you in situations as such, a group of developers in Sweden have built deseat.me. This was first spotted by The Next Web.
It will ask you to grant access using OAauth; an open standard for authorization which will allow the apps to access contents and share without username and password. After the app gets the access, it will search for the online services that you may have subscribed to in your mailbox. In the next step, the app provides you with links to delete your account in each service.
You may also find instructions on how to delete those accounts. The service states that they consider the privacy and data security very seriously. Let us know if this service works for you by commenting in the comments section below. We’d love to hear about it from you.
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