Deleting Your Personal Information From the Internet

Deleting Your Personal Information from the Internet

By MakeTechEasier.com

How to delete your personal information from Facebook, Google, Yahoo, Twitter, Skype & more.–PC Pitstop.

Sharing your personal data on the Web is never a difficult task. Simply sign up for a Facebook account (or any other social networks) and fill in your personal details, all your personal info will be instantly available for everyone to see. What is more difficult though, is getting your personal data off the Web. If you have no use for any account in the Internet, it is always a good idea to delete your information so they are not accessible by others. In this article, we will show you how to delete your personal data from various popular sites and services on the Internet.

Facebook

Facebook is the most popular social network. Millions of people are using Facebook to share their personal information. If you are no longer using your Facebook account, it is possible to delete the account along with your data.

There is one catch though, not all data will be deleted. Things like group messages and other collaborative data will not be deleted as stated in Facebook terms and conditions.

To delete your Facebook account, follow the steps below:

1. Go to this link

2. Press the “Delete My Account” button

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3. Enter your password and the security code

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4. Your account will be disabled immediately.

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Please note that this will be a soft delete, meaning that if you login to your Facebook account again within the next 14 days, there will be an option for you to cancel your request.

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12 thoughts on “Deleting Your Personal Information From the Internet

  1. Really I love my Facebook page I don’t want to loose it, my reason of deleting is all because am tired of online scammers but all I really want is deleting of all uploaded information
    Thanks

  2. I´m a bit disappointed. Your heading says: Deleting Your Personal Information… Not deleting your account. I like to have the accounts but show as little as possible personal info.

  3. I got myself off Facebook a while back and soon after had to get back on because another website insisted that I sign in using Facebook. The game is rigged. Even this comment box has a "Post to Facebook" checkbox.

  4. I want to thank you. I have been trying to unsubscribe from Facebook and just never seemed to be able to get off. Now I have deregistered and will not get those endless notifications of people’s photographs.

    Justin

  5. I tried to delete my account in yahoo that I signed into using my google details.
    So when I went to delete the account it wanted my yahoo password which of course I don’t have & there was no way to link back to my google account.
    So that deletion failed & there seems to be no way for me to delete my yahoo account.

  6. I am so much satisfy by this information. Anyone could tweeted me, disturbed me anytime. I already delected my facebook account and created an other. Thank you

  7. I really like Twitter, but what I don’t like is that by using Google my Twitter coordinates including my tweeds are available for people it was never intended to. Any advise to rectify this problem would be very much appreciated.

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