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How to remove your Cisco account

Their PP states it’s possible to deactivate your account by sending a request to web-help@cisco.com.

If that’s nog good enough, try this other part from their PP… Okay, things become somewhat unclear because we’re now riding the road to true removal, which seems to exist too (not too neat):

We make good faith efforts to honor your reasonable request to access and correct your data if it is inaccurate or delete the data if we are not required to retain it by law or for legitimate purposes. We will respond to your request to access within 30 days.

For this, you may try the same email address as named above or privacy@cisco.com.

Anonymisation goes via your profile page: http://www.cisco.com/web/siteassets/account/index.html

 

 

Helpful Trick: Removing online data

Publicly visible text/images often aren’t properly removed even when you succeed in removing an account. Try editing or removing them manually before removing the account itself. If you’re unsure what happens to your tracks: this can be found mostly in the Terms of Service/Privacy Policy; otherwise you can always contact Cisco and ask personally. By the way, removal requests don’t necessarily mean your data will actually be removed (e.g. due to legal obligations).

Helpful Trick: Remove third-party logins

If you signed up for Cisco using a third-party login such as Facebook or Twitter, you probably want to revoke all access from Cisco. Click here to find out how.

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