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I just had a thought.

Is BZP legally required to comply with GDPR or is this type of board not necessarily associated with any kind of "personal" data?

For example, if I were to close my Facebook account, then Facebook should theoretically discard all of my data from their own database. While there's room for speculation as to whether they actually do that, what's certain is that none of my data will be publicly accessible after I choose to hit "deactivate."

My question is, in the very unlikely event that I should choose to have my BZP profile deleted, is it physically possible for a site admin to select and delete all of my topics, posts, blog entries etc. and, most importantly, would they consider an action like that permissible? I've heard of people asking to be banned around here, but I've never heard of people asking to be deleted. So I'm just curious what a member's options are, realistically.

Thanks.

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