By now you've all received dozens of emails from companies alerting you to their GDPR compliant Privacy Policies. I know, I've been getting them too. I've also been getting emails hounding me from every third-party the site is connected with. They all insist that I need to also make discchord GDPR compliant too.
Thanks, European Union.
The Tyranny of Bureaucrats
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) at least has its heart in the right place. It is still bureaucratic nonsense that will have no impact on Facebook, and it is a pain in the ass, but at least it means well. So fine. After some extra work on my part discchord is now GDPR complaint. I sincerely hope that this exciting news will bring at least 1 EU staffer to a crescendoing climax; making my otherwise useless work worthwhile.
Go Delete Yourself, EU.
The only "data" I retain on people are the emails and other miscellaneous stuff you provide when creating an account. Your email addresses are never shared with anyone else! Hell, the site will only ever use them for emailing you prizes when you sign up for contests, or price alerts if you use the wishlist. That's it.
Thanks to our new European Overlords I had to spend time making a way for you to delete yourself. If you are a registered user you can login and then delete your account in the Profile page, accessible from the menu on the right. If you are not a registered user, you should probably register just to delete yourself and avail yourself of this glorious right and privilege.
When you delete your account all personal data will be deleted. Unlike on Facebook, despite whatever the GDPR or anyone else tells them, I made sure this site is complaint as fuck. When you delete, you're deleted.