A directory of direct links to delete your account from web services.
The sites, urls and additional notes are stored in
sites.json. If you want to add a site to the list you'll need the following information:
name: The name of the service.
url: The url of the account-deletion page. If no such page exists, the url should be a contact or help page explaining the process of account deletion.
difficulty: This is an indicator used on the site to determine the difficulty of account deletion:
easy: Sites with a simple process such as a 'delete account' button
medium: Sites that do allow account deletion but require you to perform additional steps
hard: Sites that require you to contact customer services or those that don't allow automatic or easy account deletion
impossible: For sites where it's basically impossible to totally delete your account, even if you contact them
notes: (optional) Notes will be shown when someone hovers on that service. Notes may include additional information you might need to delete your account (e.g. Skype) or consequences of deleting your account (e.g. iTunes).
domains: (optional) This is used by the Chrome extension
- Have you updated to the latest version of the project?
- If you have modified an existing service's difficulty, please explain why/give sources.
- URLs must be direct links to either deletion, or if this is not available, a relevant help article.
- Any steps for the process should be detailed in the notes (if necessary).
- Be sure to indent 4 spaces per level.
- Be sure to place your entry ALPHABETICALLY in the current list.
- Please test that your changes work validating
sites.jsonwith something like JSON Lint
If you want to translate the site:
- Create a new
CODE.jsonfile in the
CODEis your short country code
- Copy the contents of
en.jsonto your new file
- Translate each line
Style guide for Spanish Translations
Use guillemets (« ») for quoting statements that the website owner has published. Try to address the user as Tú instead of Usted. Write "haz clic" (hacer clic) instead of the verb "cliquear" or "clicar" because the former is the RAE recommended way of writing it.
Guía de estilo para las traducciones españolas
Usa las comillas angulares (« ») para citar las declaraciones de los dueños de los sitios. Usa Tú en vez de Usted con los usarios. Escribe "haz clic" (hacer clic) en vez del verbo "cliquear" o "clicar" porque el primero oración es la manera que es más recomendable según la RAE.
Search functionality modified from DevCenter.me.
Licensed under the MIT License (MIT).
Copyright (c) 2013 Robb Lewis, various contributors.
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