Tired of privacy breaches? How to remove yourself from social networks
The leaking of celebrity photos which may have come from iCloud is just the latest in a series of high profile security and privacy breaches that are leading many people to question how safe their data is online.
For those who have decided enough is enough, secure transaction specialist Imprima has produced an infographic guide to "unfriending the internet" which covers how to take your personal profiles off the main social networking sites.
It explains how to remove yourself from Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn, as well as explaining the right to be forgotten on Google. It also covers useful stuff like the difference between simply deactivating your Facebook account and deleting it altogether.
If you want to cut yourself off from the world of social networking you'll find the full infographic below.