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Use all those GDPR privacy policy notifications to clean up your inbox and kill zombie accounts

Now is a great time to scrub out those wayward apps, annoying newsletters, and forgotten subscriptions.
Delete your emails

Delete your emails

The feeling you get when you realize you forgot to cancel that free credit reporting site account you created in 2009.

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Take a moment right now to click over to your email account—it could be your work account, personal address, or the fake one you use to secretly enter bake-off contests online. Do a quick search for “GDPR” and you’ll likely find a slew of recent emails from services, websites, apps, and other companies alerting you about changes to their privacy policy.

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