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Social Suicide 2.0

As a TODO in your 2010 new resolutions, you might want to take control over your internet public image.
But the process of "unfriending" a lot of people and/or deleting accounts seems to be a big hurdle?

The solution has just arrived

http://suicidemachine.org/

They do the job for you!
The remove EVERYTHING related to you over the social networks.
Be sure to think twice before starting the process as there is no coming back.

Maybe that's a necessary step to take control and restart from scratch.

 

Feel free to comment.

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A Finextra member
A Finextra member 06 January, 2010, 11:26Be the first to give this comment the thumbs up 0 likes

I cannot understand why anyone would want to do that.  Maybe I have just been lucky.  I have been, to the extent possible, an "internet presence" since about the mid-1990s and I have never had a misunderstanding, an intrusion or whatever that would lead me to contemplate such a drastic step.  I have had a few disturbing flames, encountered hackers, time-wasters and hatemongers, but these exist in the "real world" too and vanishing from sight is not how to deal with them. 

Cedric Pariente

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