Seppukoo, from imaginary Italian art group Les Liens Invisibles, assists Facebook users in making their accounts disappear.
According to TechCrunch, Web 2.0 Suicide Machine removes Facebook friends one at a time, leaves groups and allows users to leave some parting words. As for Twitter, the app deletes all tweets and removes all followers and followed accounts.
Web 2.0 Suicide Machine runs a python script that launches a browser session automating the process, and it even allows users to watch their virtual suicides via a Flash app (see below), TechCrunch reported.
From the FAQ section on Web 2.0 Suicide Machine:
If I start killing my 2.0-self, can I stop the process?
If I start killing my 2.0-self, can YOU stop the process?
What shall I do after I’ve killed myself with the Web 2.0 Suicide Machine?
Try calling some friends, take a walk in a park or buy a bottle of wine and start enjoying your real life again. Some Social Suiciders reported that their lives improved by an approximate average of 25%. Don’t worry if you feel empty right after you committed suicide. This is a normal reaction that will slowly fade away within the first 24-72 hours.