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It is now possible to delete permanently Like, 659 Reply Likes, // // // 12 months ago Jon, Community & Customer Services 4627 Posts, 3, // // // 1 year ago Kevin Tang 1 Post, 1 person likes this, 2018-05-18T00:07:11+00:00 Hans-Jürgen, Moderator 2164 Posts, // // This conversation is no longer open for comments or replies. // // This conversation is no longer open for comments or replies. // Like Unlike 85 //, Someone created an alternate forum, if it makes you feel any better: http://lastfmgamethreads.freeforums.net/ Like, // // 12 months ago brrouunshhooe 11 Posts, me too Abdullah... Like, 140 Reply Likes, Booo! Just, booo. I wish I had a heads up so I could have made a screenshot or archived a couple things. It's like Lame.fm is intentionally trying to weed out its users. I just found my way back after a few years when they got rid of groups. And alas, somehow there are less features than before. Like, If this has something to do with General Data Protection Regulation then will you finally let all those users who deactivated their accounts to actually get the option to delete their accounts forever? There are ex users who do not want their e-mails to be affiliated with the Last.fm site anymore. Like, 3 people like this, 4, I find this stupid! The administration said they would return all old functions to its place after they finish BETA. Where this all leads if we will not be, able to use our old Groups for which it took years of effort to build? I don’t understand here anything. What is the point of being here if we will never be able to communicate with one another on the way like we used to? I will no longer visit my profile because I don’t see a point of hanging on my profile 24/7 when the Groups will never return. Can somebody explain to me what is going on here? Will the Groups, Journals, “About Me,” recent friends activity, recent listeners list, top listeners for albums and playlists return or not? If Spotify can have a personal forum, and recent friends activity then I don’t see a reason why Last.FM is not able to bring it back. (Edited) Like, 0 Reply Likes, // // // 12 months ago Louisa O 12 Posts, 2 people like this, 457 Reply Likes, // // // 1 year ago Gabriel Calin 7 Posts, 4 Reply Likes, All in all this looks like just a clean-up of dead data, I guess to avoid conflicts because of the General Data Protection Regulation (Implementation date: 25th of May). It's not said that these features will never come back in any way. A personal backup of playlists would have been nice for those who had such. Like, // // // 1 year ago 666 24 Posts, 14 people like this, The lack of answer is the answer as one user said. Typical LFM logic. Like, I’ve requested for it to be taken down a few times over the years and was denied. Like, 2018-05-18T10:29:24+00:00 poisonapple 105 Posts, Go, // 2018-06-17T18:38:40+00:00 carnagexcandy 151 Posts, Privacy, "Unfortunately, the old Last.fm groups, forums, and user playlists will no longer be accessible" i think you won't be able to see them anymore. they've been in read only version until now, and now they are removing them completely. (Edited) Like, "...for example, the Website may offer forums, bulletin boards, wikis, chat rooms, blogs or other interactive areas ("User Forums"). Last.fm reserves the right, but is not obligated, to delete, move or edit Your Upload Information..."Always read terms of use before creating a profile on any website. Like, // Like Unlike 85 //, 2 people like this, 3455 Reply Likes, 14 Reply Likes, 1, 6 & more


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