I have an account on the Scratch Wiki but I have been informed by the site that I am not allowed to delete this.
I have had several messages informing me that I am not allowed to delete the data that I posted on the site. I want to remove my data and my account but I keep getting warning messages. I want to get rid of this website. I am outraged by the treatment that they have given me, surely I have rights to what data and accounts I have online.
How should I go about deleting my account and removing my data from the site?
What legal rights do I have surrounding this?
UPDATE I have contacted Scratch about this and they replied:
As an EU citizen, you have the right not to have your data on EU sites. This is the Scratch Wiki. The same terms of service apply to this site as the Scratch site. Scratch's terms of service state that US law applies. Besides this, you agreed to have your information posted on this site when you posted it. Even if your talk page is blanked, other users can see previous revisions using the page history. Even if it's deleted, admins can still see deleted revisions, amounting to the same thing. If you want to blank your talk page, please discuss it with other users first. Once a consensus has been reached, further action can be taken. However, your talk page should never be deleted - it is a place for other Wikians to contact you. THANK YOU FOR READING THIS. IF YOU SKIPPED OVER IT, GO BACK AND READ IT.
I am told I have to discuss leaving with other users.
Why is my decision to leave the website in the hands of non-qualified people?
The site has an age demographic of under 13 so how are minors allowed to decide whether I am allowed to keep my account?
How do I delete the account?