I have not tested this. Use at your own risk.
Remember... If it's "free" you're not the consumer, you're the product.
via Dan Misener, for CBC New
With all the fake news, toxic speech, and online scams out there, you might be feeling like now is a good time to scale back your online footprint.
There's a new tool that promises to help you do just that — by essentially deleting yourself from the internet.
It's called Deseat.me, and it does one thing and one thing only — it displays a list of all the online services you've ever signed up for.
So if you had a MySpace account in the early 2000s, it'll probably show up in Deseat. If you created an avatar in Second Life, it's likely to show up as well. And of course, so will things like your Facebook or Twitter accounts...
To use Deseat.me, you first log in using a Google account. Then, once it knows your email address, it can find any accounts that have been linked in any way to that Google account.
Now, it will ask for some things which may sound creepy — it will not only ask to view your email address, but also to view your email messages and settings. Based on my experience, Deseat.me scans through your email archives to find sign-up confirmation messages from various services. more