How the heck do I delete my google+ and/or Youtube account??
I know I'm not the only one super annoyed with this google+Youtube relationship, but I can't find any updated information on how to remove it! Since youtube and Google seem to update every week, even the most "recent" vids and tutorials are outdated. Neither servers have any kind of live support to offer either, can someone please help me out? And I mean really step-by-step still current details, not link me an outdated site information
You should try this website:
It shows you how to delete your info from many different websites, including YouTube. Hope it helps.
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