If there was ever a time to want to delete your online presence, 2016 would probably be it.
Between government spying, cybercrime, fake news and trolls the urge to log-off indefinitely is tempting.
Deseat.me is a new website that offers to “clean up your existence”.
Users can enter their Gmail account details and view a list of all the online accounts associated with it. Users can then delete, keep or unsubscribe each account.
The website also claims to use Google’s security protocol, meaning all login information is kept as safe as possible.
The website states: “Privacy and data security is something we regard as extremely important. In fact, its our number one focus from beginning to end. That's why we built it to run on your computer.
“So basically the only thing you're telling us is what accounts you want to delete. That's it, and since we use Googles OAuth protocol we don't have access to any of your login information.”
Good to know. Wake us up in January.