All that silly stuff you posted online as a kid? Soon it could be gone forever.
British citizens could get more control over what happens to their personal data, including the right to be forgotten, according to draft legislation proposed by the government on Monday.
A new Data Protection Bill would see adults and children given the right to ask social media services to permanently delete information about them. It will also bring the EU's General Data Protection Regulation into UK law, meaning that British people will still be protected by the same rules they are now following Brexit.
Digitial Minister Matt Hancock said in a statement he hopes the measures will "give consumers the confidence that their data is protected and those who misuse it will be held to account."