Ultimate Sign-Out

By Anissa Centers - bio | email

TYLER, TX (KLTV) - You've probably seen a post, picture or tweet someone had posted and thought, "Boy, are they going to regret putting that on the Internet." 
It turns out that lots of people have put something up on a social networking site and later regretted sharing that much information.  A website called SuicideMachine.org made news around the world when it promised to erase folks' social networking footprints from sites like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. 
We decided to see what all of the buzz was about and learned that, even if someone could erase your posts, it may not be safe to let them do it.

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