Today almost every person is on Facebook or Twitter or any other social platform. The world today is a lot more socially active as it has never ever been in the past years. So it’s quite natural to surf around Google and get your name in the results.
Likewise, if you accidentally stumble upon MyLife.com and see your profile there, then don’t at all panic. You will panic for sure, because almost all the people who are attached to Internet are too cautious about their online privacy. So how did this happened ?
In the ever growing online social networking sites, it is quite tough to keep a tab on all the sites out there. Some of the social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter require sign up where as sites like Friend Find aim to connect you with you with people you might have attended school with or some party. One such site is MyLife.com.
So What actually is MyLife ?
The name seems to be quite unfamiliar at first but the site is been around since 2002. The main aim of this site is quite simple – to connect you with people you might be knowing. The site has been proved useful in completing family trees and connecting you with partners after a long time apart.
If you are active on the leading social platforms then it is possible that you might have your information on MyLife too. MyLife features an ability that can find pretty much anyone who signs up for different social networks.
It has a search tool that constantly scans through Facebook, MySpace and several other social networking sites. So it is quite possible that you will find yourself on this social networking search tool.
Removing data from MyLife is not too hard neither too easy. You can remove your data from MyLife, but that won’t remove your data from your original social networking profiles. In order to remove the data from the site you must first find out whether you have yourself listed and if you find your public listing, then you will be able to see a “Is This You” button somewhere on the page, click it and from there you will be able to remove all your data.
Let me know what you think of this social networking search tool ?