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Save 55% On This Data Privacy Service That Deletes Your Personal Information From The Internet

Incogni is made by the folks behind the Surfshark VPN.


One of the best ways to keep yourself safe online is by limiting how much personal information you share. That includes everything from what you post on social media to the account information you include when signing up for a new service. Manually deleting unnecessary personal information is a solid strategy, but it can be difficult to remember just where all that data is hiding, and things can slip through the cracks for even the most avid data-privacy aficionado.

Luckily, the folks who made the popular Surfshark VPN have created a handy service called Incogni that searches out and deletes your lingering online personal data. The service cross-references your personal information against a list that includes "hundreds of data brokers and people search websites," and deletes your information from those databases if it finds a match. Doing so limits who can access and sell your personal information, and having your data saved in fewer places lowers your risk of identity theft in the event of a data breach.

Normally, Incogni costs $13/month, but for a limited time, GameSpot readers can get 55% off a full year of service by using the promo code GAMESPOT55 at checkout. Anyone in the US, UK, Canada, EU, and Switzerland are eligible for the deal.

With the 55% discount code, your monthly cost equates to just $6.49 per month, billed as a one-time payment of $77.88. Incogni offers a full 30-day money-back guarantee on all subscriptions, so you can get a full refund if you decide you don't like the service as long as you cancel within 30 days of signing up. After your promotional 12-month period is over, your account will roll over to the full $156/year plan unless you cancel before it renews. You can also swap over to the $13/month subscription if you want to keep the service but prefer smaller monthly payments instead.

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