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According to an official press release account de-association should be a deployed feature.

However a de-associate button is nowhere to be found:

What has happened to it?

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Due to project costanza wallet being deployed (all of your users are on the same account, at a network level), association is no longer necessary from a user point of view.

We're still doing the (sometimes painful) association dance automatically to support some legacy usages at the moment (like Chat and API - for user GUIDs), but even that will go away in the future.

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What is the procedure for deleting a user on a specific site, then? – user151803 Sep 28 '11 at 11:15
@Saul - You can put "delete me" in the user name or about me field and then flag one of your posts instructing a moderator to delete it...or email with the same request. Or, if you have no activity, there's a self "delete" link beside edit. – Nick Craver Sep 28 '11 at 11:18

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