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Notice: Emeritus Citizen
This page explains data ownership guidelines and existing controls for members who become emeritus citizens, either voluntarily or for natural reasons.
- Slack will delete personal identifiable information from the associated member's profile, such as their name and email address.
- Content (messages, posts or files) submitted by this member will not be deleted but will display under @deactivateduser.
- Deleting profile information is permanent. Once deleted, we're unable to retrieve the member's personal information or rebuild their account.
Is there anything else we should know?
- The requester's identity should be verified including the legitimacy of their request, or whether it requires deletion. This is up to Foundation to determine as the data controller of the workspace.
Reach out to the Google Workspace Admin of the region's Fiscal Host, and request for suspending your Google Workspace account with the Foundation.
The user account is deactivated and the ownership of all data(including but not limited to files, folders, Gdocs, sheets etc), stored in Gdrive of this deactivated user account is moved to the admin.
There is no provision to deactivate access to Foundation's discourse.
Discourse can be accessed using individual social logins. As an emeritus citizen, the access to Foundation's public channels is never blocked, in accordance with the Open Access Charter.
An emeritus citizen can always visit, and login Foundation's public review platforms with their personal social profile.
Each property of Muellners Foundation including but not limited to Mailing Lists, Open Bulletin, Telegram, Twitter and Linkedin platforms based subscriptions can be unsubsribed.
Follow the guidelines attached on each official property of the Foundation, to unsubsribe.