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DeleteMe in the News in 2023

January 23, 2023

Our running log of where DeleteMe has been featured in the news in 2023. Interviews and quotes where we discuss privacy, cybersecurity, our solution, and everything in between. Most recently DeleteMe has been featured in:

How Publications Can Support Writers and Sources Experiencing Digital Harassment

The Open Notebook | April 4, 2023

How to Remove Yourself From the Internet

TechRadar | March 29, 2023

Rob Shavell (Good Sport) is No Match for Adam’s Paranoia

What the Hack? | March 13, 2023

Healthline | March 10, 2023

What’s Next for Data Privacy Legislation in the U.S. in 2023?

Retail TouchPoints | March 7, 2023

It’s Scary Easy to Use ChatGPT to Write Phishing Emails

CNET | February 16, 2023

The Skeleton Key To Our Lives: The Risks And Consequences Of Consumer Location Data Tracking

Forbes | February 3, 2023

Tax fraud volume tracks new benefits

Accounting Today | January 31, 2023

Remote Work Scams Target Laid-off Americans With Fake Interviews

The Washington Times | January 27, 2023

Tech Layoffs Shock Young Workers. The Older People? Not So Much.

New York Times | January 20, 2023

Stop Being Tracked Online: How DeleteMe, RemoveMyName, and Other Privacy Management Companies Protect Your Identity

LA Weekly | January 5, 2023

The Easiest—and Absolute Laziest—Ways to Protect Your Personal Security

Slate | January 3, 2023

DeleteMe was created in 2010 when we realized the difficulty of navigating privacy issues in today’s interconnected and digital world. Our mission is to provide everyone with the power to control their digital identity.

How does DeleteMe privacy protection work?

  1. Employees, Executives, and Board Members complete a quick signup 
  2. DeleteMe scans for exposed personal information
  3. Opt-out and removal requests begin
  4. Initial privacy report shared and ongoing reporting initiated
  5. DeleteMe provides continuous privacy protection and service all year

    Your employees’ personal data is on the web for the taking.

    DeleteMe is built for organizations that want to decrease their risk from vulnerabilities ranging from executive threats to cybersecurity risks.

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