Here's How to Delete Yourself from the Internet

Because that's a thing now.

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What with all the intrusive web surveillance measures going through Parliament, it's enough to question whether the internet life is really worth it. Thankfully, if you want to tap out, there's now a solution.

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Developers in Sweden have created a website that can help you delete your online presence with just a few simple steps. Yep, for real.

All you need to do is head to, which is designed as a place for users to "clean up" their internet presence. The service essentially allows you to see all of the websites you're signed up to and then decide whether you'd like to delete or unsubscribe from them.

They do ask for your email address and password so it can scan for the sites you're signed up to, something which is probably setting off your mental internet security alert straight away.

Creators Wille Dahlbo and Linus Unnebäck, though, indicate that they take users' privacy seriously and the info isn't stored on their servers. Um, okay, guys.

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The path to online freedom isn't as simple as handing over your details, mind. The platform is currently limited to Gmail, meaning those pesky @hotmail and @msn accounts will still be subject to endless amounts of spam.

It also doesn't provide a consistent sweep across the internet, despite being able to rid you of popular sign-ups like Facebook and Twitter.

Still, if you're looking to at least reduce your online presence, look no further.