Delete a User account
As a Dailymotion user, you can delete your Dailymotion account and erase all the data associated to your account. You can do so from the dedicated interface in your Dailymotion Studio, or by following these steps:
- From your Dailymotion Studio, click on located at the top right
- Go to Profile > Delete account and click on Delete my account
- Enter your password to confirm your wish to permanently delete your account
- Click Delete my account to validate your request
We remind you that deleting your account will permanently and immediately delete all uploaded or saved elements (uploads, playlists, favorite videos, subscriptions, ...).
The deletion of your account will also erase all the personal data associated to your account (email, birthdate, connection logs...), however we have the legal obligation to archive such data for a period of 12 months after the account deletion.
Delete a Partner account
As a Partner, you first need to end your contractual relationship with Dailymotion before you can proceed with deleting your account.
- First you'll have have to switch your Partner account to a standard user account. When it's done, you'll be able to follow the guidelines described above.
- If you want to get more information about the termination process, you can refer to the Section 13 of your Partner program agreement, available in your Dailymotion Studio unless you've signed a specific contract with Dailymotion.
Service ID (v1st)
Note that a unique digital identifier – a “Service ID” also called “v1st” - may have been associated to each of the devices you’ve been using to access the Dailymotion service.
- If you delete your account yourself, such unique identifier will continue to exist (unless you delete your cookies on all the devices you’ve used) but will no longer be linked to your account.
- As a lifespan of a unique identifier is 13-months, even if you do not delete it, it will eventually expire by itself within the next 13 months.
- You can find more information about this Service ID and its deletion process here and in our (notably under Section 2.2 or Section 8.6.1.a. if you are a California resident).