So do you? I certainly do.
My favourite quote from the piece: 'FBI’s director, James Comey [said]: “I put a piece of tape over the camera because I saw somebody smarter than I am had a piece of tape over their camera.”'
I'm pretty sure it was even more a poetic gesture than deleting my swiftkey account. As you state, my info is already out there and catalogued by every search engine. It is more a statement on how I don't want anything to do with the kings of "telemetry" than anything else.
And with the advantage that even if I am tempted to update it and add more info, I need to start from scratch and that is too much of an effort.
I can just imagine how Microsoft will use this together with all the "telemetry" obtained via windows 10, swiftkey, code compiled with VS2015, skype conversations, office 360 documents, etc.
So, I did the only sensible thing, and have just deleted my linkedin profile, as I had done at the acquisition time with swiftkey. Bye bye samaritan, you will probably still get my data but will have to try harder...
"My recommendation is that, systemd settings are easy and are just boolean expressions that most people will easily understand, that's why I created them and that's why I think they are more useful to more people than an SELinux policy," Poettering said during a keynote at the CoreOS Fest in Berlin. "There are probably only 50 people in the world that understand SELinux policies, but I really hope there are more than 50 people that understand systemd."
In space, no one can hear you fart.