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March 19, 2015, 02:21:38 AM
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How?
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March 19, 2015, 02:22:29 AM
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How?

You can't. Reset PW with some randomly long PW and forget it.

When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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March 19, 2015, 02:24:01 AM
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How?

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March 19, 2015, 02:29:05 AM
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Thanks all. I'll file a complaint locally on harassment grounds and let the government legal system follow it up. I'm sure they'll purge private data quickly enough.
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March 19, 2015, 02:34:28 AM
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Thanks all. I'll file a complaint locally on harassment grounds and let the government legal system follow it up. I'm sure they'll purge private data quickly enough.

Doubtful. This has been threatened before and no action was taken. Private forum not a govt. owned forum. Good luck though.

When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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March 19, 2015, 02:36:23 AM
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Thanks all. I'll file a complaint locally on harassment grounds and let the government legal system follow it up. I'm sure they'll purge private data quickly enough.

You won't.   Just change the password and forget about it. 

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March 19, 2015, 02:41:27 AM
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If you delete each of your posts it almost would be like you were never here.

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March 19, 2015, 02:44:18 AM
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Thanks all. I'll file a complaint locally on harassment grounds and let the government legal system follow it up. I'm sure they'll purge private data quickly enough.

Doubtful. This has been threatened before and no action was taken. Private forum not a govt. owned forum. Good luck though.
If he lives in Europe, something similar to this is actually somewhat possible due to 'right to be forgotten' (e.g. anti-freedom of speech) laws. I am not sure if the forum specifically would be covered, however search engines would be forced to purge information related to his specific identity in certain circumstances.

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March 19, 2015, 02:46:01 AM
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Thanks all. I'll file a complaint locally on harassment grounds and let the government legal system follow it up. I'm sure they'll purge private data quickly enough.

Doubtful. This has been threatened before and no action was taken. Private forum not a govt. owned forum. Good luck though.
If he lives in Europe, something similar to this is actually somewhat possible due to 'right to be forgotten' (e.g. anti-freedom of speech) laws. I am not sure if the forum specifically would be covered, however search engines would be forced to purge information related to his specific identity in certain circumstances.

Highly doubtful but I would love to see it tried.

When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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March 19, 2015, 02:56:56 AM
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Thanks all. I'll file a complaint locally on harassment grounds and let the government legal system follow it up. I'm sure they'll purge private data quickly enough.

Doubtful. This has been threatened before and no action was taken. Private forum not a govt. owned forum. Good luck though.
If he lives in Europe, something similar to this is actually somewhat possible due to 'right to be forgotten' (e.g. anti-freedom of speech) laws. I am not sure if the forum specifically would be covered, however search engines would be forced to purge information related to his specific identity in certain circumstances.

Highly doubtful but I would love to see it tried.
It looks like it mainly applies to search engine results (e.g. google). From Right to be forgotten - Wikipedia
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In Article 12 of the Directive 95/46/EC the EU gave a legal base to internet protection for individuals.[3]:233 In 2012 the European Commission disclosed a draft European Data Protection Regulation to supersede the directive, which includes specific protection in the right to be forgotten in Article 17.[19]

To exercise the Right to be Forgotten and request removal from a search engine, one must complete a form through the search engine’s website. Google’s removal request process requires the applicant to identify their country of residence, personal information, a list of the URL’s to be removed along with a short description of each one, and attachment of legal identification.[20] The applicant receives an email from Google confirming the request but the request must be assessed before it is approved for removal. If the request is approved, the link is removed from search results but the content, however, remains online and is not completely erased.
The content must contain personal information, so I don't think a forum handle would qualify, unless the handle contains the 'real name' of the person publishing the content.

I think it is very much not a good law/policy for the EU to implement.

According to various WSJ news reports over the past several months, google has only censored search results when people accessed google via EU based domains (like google.de), and when people searched for something that should have been censored via a non-EU based domain (like google.com) the results would still show up.

Ironically, several news outlets actually wrote news articles about previous news articles that were sometimes decades old that reflected unfavorably on EU citizens when they received notification that various search engines were removing search results about the sometimes decades old articles.

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March 19, 2015, 06:26:05 PM
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Thanks all. I'll file a complaint locally on harassment grounds and let the government legal system follow it up. I'm sure they'll purge private data quickly enough.

Doubtful. This has been threatened before and no action was taken. Private forum not a govt. owned forum. Good luck though.
If he lives in Europe, something similar to this is actually somewhat possible due to 'right to be forgotten' (e.g. anti-freedom of speech) laws. I am not sure if the forum specifically would be covered, however search engines would be forced to purge information related to his specific identity in certain circumstances.

Highly doubtful but I would love to see it tried.
It looks like it mainly applies to search engine results (e.g. google). From Right to be forgotten - Wikipedia
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In Article 12 of the Directive 95/46/EC the EU gave a legal base to internet protection for individuals.[3]:233 In 2012 the European Commission disclosed a draft European Data Protection Regulation to supersede the directive, which includes specific protection in the right to be forgotten in Article 17.[19]

To exercise the Right to be Forgotten and request removal from a search engine, one must complete a form through the search engine’s website. Google’s removal request process requires the applicant to identify their country of residence, personal information, a list of the URL’s to be removed along with a short description of each one, and attachment of legal identification.[20] The applicant receives an email from Google confirming the request but the request must be assessed before it is approved for removal. If the request is approved, the link is removed from search results but the content, however, remains online and is not completely erased.
The content must contain personal information, so I don't think a forum handle would qualify, unless the handle contains the 'real name' of the person publishing the content.

I think it is very much not a good law/policy for the EU to implement.

According to various WSJ news reports over the past several months, google has only censored search results when people accessed google via EU based domains (like google.de), and when people searched for something that should have been censored via a non-EU based domain (like google.com) the results would still show up.

Ironically, several news outlets actually wrote news articles about previous news articles that were sometimes decades old that reflected unfavorably on EU citizens when they received notification that various search engines were removing search results about the sometimes decades old articles.

The main problem I see here is that the service in question (this board) does not require any private or personal information to use it. Thus any private or personal information have been given freely and under full understanding that they are published publicly. Additionally this board does not have to business location within european borders (which google has), thus european law would probably not applicable even with the google precedent. If anything USA law would have to be applied and thats a completely different story.

tl;dr right to be forgotten is not applicable here
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March 19, 2015, 11:13:47 PM
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fee ways to remove account.

1 get perm ban on it as will never be lifted so its gone forever and never to be returned

2 change all details to random data have a email account and then once changed it all remove email or delete email address.

3 Sell the account on

4 donate the account and give it away to someone.

5 Maybe ask admins to remove it with option to not allow signup of it again.

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