There comes a time in all of our lives, where we realize there is enough data about us at the internet, that could potentially harm our own selves. Why is that? Because all that data is provided by us.
Internet has become a part of our lives, it helps us get new information, connect with friends, meet new people, shop for things, watch movies, play games and so many other things.
But this overload of information, our whole life on social media could give hackers, enemies and anyone else enough to potentially harm us.
What to do if you’ve enough of Internet?
So when you decide that enough is enough and it’s time to remove your existence from internet, not completely but as much as possible – there comes Deseat.me
It is a tool that asks only for your Google email and then finds out all the other accounts and services you have ever created an account for.
After that, this information is matched with direct links to their respective delete pages and poof! It’s all gone – for good.
While it already works with most major sites like Facebook, Twitter etc the developers are working on adding more accounts. Also there is a need to develop a way to use non-Google email addresses as well.